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Thursday, October 18 • 2:00pm - 3:00pm
Sifting Through Transnational Licensing Complexities

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While the world gets closer from digital opportunities, the complexities of international music licensing grows. This panel of experts will depict, define and try to conquer the current issues at hand while also exposing where good fortune may exist.

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Michael Tunis (Miki)

2004 – 2012: Senior Vice-President International ‘The Orchard’ | | A pioneering music and video distribution company operating in more than 30 global markets and providing a comprehensive sales and marketing platform for music and videos content owners. | As SVP International I am Responsible of Orchard 20 partners spread out in other territories, | Those partners are; | - signing local labels and artists to Orchard distribution... Read More →
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Stephen H. Block

Stephen is Vice President of Business Affairs and Senior Counsel at HFA. He works on cutting-edge licensing arrangements and services for his clients. Prior to HFA, Block served as EVP and General Counsel to several digital music companies. Stephen has run his own new media law firm, and he started his career as a commercial litigation associate.
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Jeff Liebenson

President, IAEL
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Jon Maples

In his role, Jon Maples oversees the creation and improvement of the Rhapsody product and service. Jon's career spans over 20 years, and includes developing digital audiences, building great user experience and content programming. Under Maples' direction, Rhapsody has overseen the shift from a desktop to a mobile platform, which is now the main way most customers enjoy the service. | | Jon brings a deep journalism background to Rhapsody... Read More →
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Miki Tunis

SVP International

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