I’m On SlideShare and YouTube – View Slides And Watch Videos From My Speaking Engagements

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I’ve frequently been asked by attendees of my speaking engagements if I could send them the slides from my presentations and I’ve also been asked from my online followers to post videos of my talks, workshops, lectures, and panels. So, I’ve decided to create an account on SlideShare to host my PowerPoint presentations and YouTube to host my videos. I’ve posted the slide from my recent lecture, “Music Publishing & Copyright Administration In The Internet Age” on SlideShare. I haven’t posted anything on YouTube yet, but please go ahead and subscribe to my channel as I am preparing to upload videos from previous speaking engagements as well as create topical videos based on challenges facing the DIY independent music community.

SlideShare: http://www.slideshare.net/DaeBogan

YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/DaeBoganMusic

Dae Bogan’s “Music Publishing & Copyright Administration in the Internet Age” Workshop at the Indpendent Music Conference in Los Angeles on October 25th

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I am excited to return to the Independent Music Conference to teach a workshop on music publishing and copyright administration. The “Music Publishing & Copyright Administration in the Internet Age” workshop will cover basic music publishing and copyright administration from the perspective of a DIY independent artist. Attendees will learn about self-publishing in the Internet age and takeaway resources for music placement, music licensing, and royalty collection around the world. Attendees should leave with an understanding of synchronization rights, mechanical rights, and performance rights in the United States.

  • When: Saturday, October 25th, 2014
  • Time: 9:00am to 11:00am
  • Where: SAE Institute – 6565 Sunset Blvd., Suite 100, Los Angeles, CA
  • Cost: Conference attendees and SAE students. To become a conference attendee, visit http://www.indiemusicon.com.

The Independent Music Conference will take place October 22 – 25, 2014 in Los Angeles. The conference will be head at The Songwriting School of Los Angeles and SAE Institute. The conference includes professional development mentorship sessions, workshops, seminars, panels, and live performances and networking events at night. See the complete schedule at http://www.indiemusicon.com.

Hustling My Way Up

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Last night was the first class meeting of my last year of graduate school. As some of my readers know, I am currently pursuing a Master of Arts degree in Music Industry Administration offered by the Department of Music in CSUN’s Mike Curb College of Arts, Media and Communication in collaboration with the university’s David Nazarian College of Business and Economics and the Tseng College. The class, marketing management, is taught by award-winning marketing educator, author, and marketing professional; Dr. Kristen Walker. For our first assignment, we were asked to prepare a two minute presentation addressing what song or score best describes us, personally and professionally.  Read More…

Dae Bogan Confirmed To Teach ‘Music Publishing & Copyright Administration’ Workshop At The Independent Music Conference In October – Scholarships Available For Attendance

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I am excited to return to this year’s Independent Music Conference to teach a basics workshop on Music Publishing & Copyright Administration on Saturday, October 25th. Time TBD. This workshop will explore basic music publishing and copyright administration from the perspective of a DIY independent artist. Attendees will gain a better understanding about self-publishing in the Internet age with key takeaways including resources for music placement, music licensing, and royalty collection around the world. Scholarships are now available to attend the Independent Music Conference taking place October 22th – 26th in Los Angeles. For details, visit http://IndependentMusicConference.com.

 

Pandora, Indiegogo Release Employee Diversity Reports

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Diversity within the technology sector of the music industry falls far short of the diversity make-up of the music industry as a whole. However, considering the diversity reports we’ve seen from Facebook, Twitter, and Google, I’m not surprised.

Originally posted on TechCrunch:

Both Pandora and Indiegogo released diversity reports today that highlight an absence of African-American employees. The companies join a bandwagon of tech brands that have been releasing similar reports throughout the summer.

At Pandora, approximately 3 percent of its 1,300 or so employees are African-American/black and 4 percent are hispanic. That’s notable given that the company is located in Oakland, where about 28 percent of the total population is African-American and 25 percent is hispanic. The percentage of African-Americans is even lower in leadership and tech roles, where they represent only 1.1 and 2.8 percent of employees. In contrast 6.3 percent of Pandora’s leadership is hispanic.

At Indiegogo, a company of slightly more than 100 employees, only 2 percent of total employees are African-American, and the group is not represented in leadership or tech positions.

African Americans make up 12.9 percent of the U.S. population, but at tech companies they are continually underrepresented. At Twitter, Facebook

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Panelist Spotlight: Lisa Vega, CEO at Lisa Vega Group / SAE Institute 3rd Annual Tech Expo ‘Social Media In A Changing Music Industry’ Panel Moderated by Dae Bogan

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Panelist Spotlight: Lisa Vega has worked closely with pop culture’s most influential icons from rock legends David Bowie, The Eagles, Frank Sinatra, Fleetwood Mac, AC/DC, Duran Duran, and Steven Van Zandt’s Wicked Cool Records to rock festivals Lollapalooza, Ozzfest to Rolling Stone Magazine to high profile charity events such as the Sharon Osbourne Colon Cancer Foundation, Frank Sinatra Celebrity Golf Tournament –- bringing her expertise in communications and brand imaging to every project.

Lisa was responsible for creating the “Osbourne” phenomenon via a strategic communications campaign that transformed Ozzy from rock ‘n’ roll madman to lovable family man, thus initiating the media frenzy that established the Osbournes as cultural icons.

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Panelist Spotlight: Jeremy Gruber, Vice President of Digital Marketing & Strategy at Concord Music Group / SAE Institute 3rd Annual Tech Expo ‘Social Media In A Changing Music Industry’ Panel Moderated by Dae Bogan

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Panelist Spotlight: Jeremy Gruber is the Vice President of Digital Marketing & Strategy at the leading independent record label, Concord Music Group.  He leads digital, social media, CRM and direct to consumer strategies for company’s diverse portfolio of labels.  His team works with legacy artists including Paul McCartney, Paul Simon, James Taylor, Gregg Allman, legendary Jazz including Miles Davis, John Coltrane and Dave Brubeck as well as newer acts including Seether, Spoon, St. Vincent and Little Dragon.  Prior to working at Concord, Jeremy ran digital marketing at 10th Street Entertainment and Eleven Seven Music working with marquis rock acts like Mötley Crüe, Buckcherry and Papa Roach.

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