We are pleased to announce additional confirmed guest speakers for the first module as part of the MPA/MMF Music Publishing Programme (Music Publishing, Rights Ownership & Usage Today: Update & Issues) which takes place from 6.30-9.30pm on Monday 10th February.
PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE OF VENUE:
This module will now be held next door to our usual venue (PRS for Music) at: British Music House, Ground Floor, 26 Berners St, London, W1T 3LR.
Confirmed Guest Speakers include:
Jackie Alway (VP, International Legal & Industry Affairs, Universal Music Publishing)
John Minch (CEO, Imagem UK)
Jane Dyball (CEO, MCPS -IMPEL-PMLL )
Sarah Osborn (Chief Executive , MPA )
Sally Groves (Creative Director, Schott Music Ltd)
Kevin O’Byrne (Head of Operations, Kobalt)
Details of the full programme are below.
MUSIC PUBLISHING PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME 2014
Presented by the MPA, MMF & MMF TRAINING
¬ CPD ACCREDITED ¬
Music Publishers Association, Music Managers Forum & MMF Training are pleased to announce dates for their joint Music Publishing Professional Development Programme for 2014.
The content of the 2014 Programme has been revised and updated to ensure that all attendees become better equipped to take advantage of the new business opportunities that are central to the development of our industry. Individuals from all sectors of the music industry who are involved or interested in any aspect of music publishing will benefit from the Programme’s varied and comprehensive content. The objective is straightforward: to provide practical information placed in the context of today’s music & media industries.
Delivery of the Programme is designed to suit the busy lifestyles of those taking part. The course consists of six short, intensive modules. Each module is of three hours duration, commencing at 6.30pm and ending at 9.30pm. Reference materials are supplied for every module to provide additional guided learning opportunities throughout the Programme.
All modules are “stand alone”, enabling delegates to select specific modules or attend all six as appropriate. Collectively the whole modular Programme provides a wide-ranging analysis of all the key issues, challenges and practical opportunities facing those involved or interested in today’s music publishing industry. For further information about each module, see below.
Law Society members who attend this Programme may claim 3 hours accredited CPD time per module. The modules are also accredited by ILEX and fellows who attend may claim the time spent against their CPD requirement as stipulated in the ILEX fellowship agreement. Members of the ICAEW, AIA, ACCA and AAT may claim the hours spent on any or all modules against their CPD requirements as stipulated in their membership details.
PRICES (per module 6.30-9.30pm, including refreshments)
MPA, MMF members & PRS for Music staff: £33.33 + £6.67 VAT = £40.00 per module
AIM, APRS, BASCA, BPI, IAMA, MPG members: £50.00 + £10.00 VAT: £60.00 per module
VENUE: (Module 1) British Music House, Ground Floor, 26 Berners Street, London, W1T 3LR.
(Modules 2-6) PRS for Music Boardroom, 6th Floor, Copyright House, 29-33 Berners Street, London, W1T 3AB
Places are limited due to venue capacity. We strongly advise booking your place early: please simply email Angela Renshaw at email@example.com to reserve your place
PROGRAMME STRUCTURE & CONTENT SUMMARY
Module 1: Monday 10th February 2014
Music Publishing, Rights Ownership & Usage Today: Update & Issues
Module 2: Monday 10th March 2014
Creator / Publisher Relationships, Agreements & Contracts
Module 3: Monday 7th April 2014
Sub-Publishing, Co-Publishing, Publisher/Publisher Relationships, Contracts and International Royalty Tracking
Module 4: Monday 12th May 2014
Music Publishing in Audio-Visual Media: Rights Holders, Owners and Music Users
Module 5: Monday 9th June 2014
Music Publishing & the Record Business / Grand Rights & Live Performance
Module 6: Monday 30th June 2014
International Collecting Societies & Understanding Global Royalty Streams
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