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Friday, October 19 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Stream A Little Stream

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Nearly every media expert, pundit and observer predicts that an increasing amount of media consumption will be via streaming media. To what extent is streaming media being held back by legal and technological issues? This panel will discuss some of the open issues facing streaming media, including copyright and licensing concerns, technological issues (e.g., limits on mobile data plans, wireless capacity) and business issues (e.g., recording artist holdbacks, conversion of free to pay services and royalty payment methods) in light of the growth (or lack of growth) of streaming media consumption.

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avatar for Matt DeFilippis

Matt DeFilippis

VP, Digital Licensing, ASCAP
As Vice President for New Media & Technology at the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), one of the world's foremost music licensing organizations, Matt is responsible for issuing public performance licenses to Internet, wireless and other new technology-based services, as well as helping steer the organization’s adaptations and strategies for the digital age. Matt has been immersed in intellectual property licensing... Read More →
avatar for Steve Gordon

Steve Gordon

Steve Gordon is an entertainment attorney with over 20 years of experience in the entertainment industry, including 10 years as Director of Business Affairs for Sony Music, attorney at a law firm representing Atlantic Records, and counsel for a Hollywood Studio. | | Steve is the author of The Future of the Music Business (Hal Leonard 2011). The book, now in its third edition, provides a legal and business roadmap to artists, entrepreneurs... Read More →
avatar for Lawrence A. Kanusher

Lawrence A. Kanusher

Lawrence Kanusher is a Shareholder at Greenberg Traurig, LLP. Mr. Kanusher concentrates his practice on complex entertainment, media, intellectual property and technology transactions, with specialization in digital distribution.
avatar for Elias Roman

Elias Roman

Elias Roman, CEO and Co-Founder, Songza Media, Inc. | In 2010, Elias and his co-founders launched Songza, a streaming 'Music Concierge' service that provides expert-curated playlists for every occasion. The goal is to make it easy for listeners to find the right playlist, at the right time, per their preferences. Amazon is a lead investor. Elias Roman graduated with honors, Magna Cum Laude from Brown University in 2006. Prior to graduation, he... Read More →


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