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CMJ Music Marathon, 34 years running, is one of the world’s most important platforms for the discovery of new music. Throughout one vital week every October, CMJ features over 1,400 live performances in more than 80 of New York City’s greatest nightclubs and theaters.
120,000 artists, music fans, and industry insiders descend on the city for exclusive parties, over 100 cutting edge conference events featuring industry insiders, an Entertainment Business Law Seminar and College Day, a mixer designed especially for college and non-commercial radio programmers.
All attendees have full access to every aspect of the festival, the world’s largest for emerging music, Oct 21 – 25, throughout storied locations in Manhattan and Brooklyn. Learn more about CMJ Music Marathon here.
Registration Discount: Enter code CMJ14SEC to receive 30% off online registration rates.
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SoundExchange Panel Information:
- Featuring: Julia Massimino, VP of Global Public Policy
- Date: Friday, October 24, 2014
- Time: 1:30 – 2:30 PM
- Location: New York University 60 Washington Square South, New York City
- Panel Description: Recently, we have seen a flurry of activity regarding potential legislative copyright reform. The Copyright Office solicited comments, commissioned roundtables and published reports on a variety of important copyright topics, including a “making available” right, orphan works, mass digitization and generally, the “music licensing marketplace.” Meanwhile, Congress has held equally varied hearings addressing similar issues relating to copyright reform. Music-focused legislation has also been introduced by Congress, including The Songwriter Equity Act, which seeks to reform rate-setting standards and rules for both public performance and reproduction rights. Courts and legislatures in New York, California and Tennessee continue to grapple with the proper treatment of pre-1972 sound recordings. Our distinguished panel of practitioners will guide you through this labyrinthine series of developments while also providing a global perspective.
School Night at CMJ presented by SoundExchange
New York, NY—October 23, 2014
Venue: Bowery Hotel
Location: 335 Bowery, New York, NY 10003
Time: 8pm – 1am
This event will feature four bands and two DJs. It is open to all CMJ registrants.
11pm – Big Data https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E8b4xYbEugo
10pm – Ryn Weaver https://soundcloud.com/rynweaver
9pm – Amason – Swedish indie super group featuring members of Miike Snow and Dungen
8pm – James Davis
Learn more about School Night! here.