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February 24-25, 2010   |   Museum of Jewish Heritage, New York City

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February 24–25, 2010

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“ We should all thank the folks at Digital Media Wire for putting on these forums and keeping us informed through their daily email newsletter. When I read the daily newsletter and attend these events, I have begun to form the conclusion that we may actually be an industry. ”
– Chris Gorog
Chairman and CEO, Napster

“ DMW conferences are great opportunities to meet new companies and hear about new opportunities. I recommend them highly. ”
– Jonathan Potter
Executive Director, Digital Media Association

“ I just wanted to say thanks for a great event. If you ever need us again, please let me know. Congrats on everything. ”
– Leah Arnold
Communications Manager, Consumer Electronics Association (CEA)

“ It was a wonderful event. ”
– Sarah B. Deutsch
Vice President & Associate General Counsel, Verizon Communications

“ Please let me know if you have anything that AOL Music or I can do for other events. ”
– Mike Rich
AOL Music

“ I enjoyed it and hope to be working with you in the
future. ”
– Elliot Maxwell
Special Advisor for the Digital Economy, U.S. Secretary of Commerce (1998-2001)

“ Very good conference - diverse participants, meaty discussion. ”
– Tolman Geffs
Managing Director, Jordan, Edmiston Group, Inc.

“ A rare chance for competitors to gather in one place and collaborate on what’s working and what&rsqou;s not. ”
– NY1 News

“ I was thoroughly impressed with Digital Media Wire and the logistical expertise you and your team displayed in executing a successful event. I believe the forum was very informative and afforded everyone in attendance the opportunity to express new ideas about the future of entertainment. I look forward to working with you and your company in the future, and please do not hesitate to call me if I can be of assistance to you. ”
– Michael Gravley
Governor’s Film & Entertainment Industry Liaison, The State of Georgia

“ It was a pleasure speaking at your show. Please keep QUALCOMM in mind for future events. ”
– Mike Yuen
Senior Director, Games, QUALCOMM

“ Fantastic event... ”
– Matt J. Railo
Partner, Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp LLP

“ I enjoyed the event and appreciated the opportunity to speak. ”
– Thomas Gewecke
SVP, Global Digital Business, Sony BMG Music

“ I had a lot of fun on the panel and thoroughly enjoyed the event. ”
– Thomas Ryan
SVP, Digital & Mobile Strategy and Development EMI Music

“ Great conference and great attendance! ”
– Brad Duea
President, Napster

“ While some of the other conferences in this space may have more ‘bling’, they don’t have the opportunity for meaningful networking like DMF is able to orchestrate. “
– Jan Eglen
CEO, Digonex Technologies, Inc.

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(2010-02-18): Post-Event Party on February 25 to feature special appearances by: Andrew WK (DJ); Vivian Girls (short acoustic showcase); and Holy Ghost Tent Revival (short acoustic showcase). Wine/Beer/Specialty Cocktails and Hors D'oeuvres!
(2010-02-16): NEW PANEL: "Music in the Cloud!" with speakers from HD Cloud, Virtually Atomic, LimeWire, Harris Interactive, RampRate and DCIA. What is the future for Music in the Cloud?
(2010-02-16): New York - Tokyo to host DJ music in Events Hall.
(2010-02-15): ARTIST addition:
Performance and Conversation with Award-Winning Artist Giorgia Fumanti
(2010-02-08): 2 Week until Event! Use #dmf
to connect with attendees on Twitter
(2010-02-08): Thomas Hesse, President, Global Digital Bus., US Sales & Corp. Strategy, Sony Music Entertainment to be interviewed by Loeb's Larry Kenswil
A Conversation with Anjula Acharia Bath, Chairman, President & Founder, Desi Hits! Called "one of the coolest people you will ever meet," see why Anjula and DesiHits! may just represent the future of global entertainment.
(2009-01-26): See how technology keeps the Concert Business rocking - special guests from AEG Live, Ticketmaster, Roadrunner Records and more
(2010-01-18): Venrock's David Pakman
to be interviewed by Peter Kafka, Senior Editor, AllThingsD
(2010-01-16): VEVO President Rio Caraeff to keynote at event
(2010-01-15): Thumbplay Backstage Passes - Exclusive Access for DMFE Attendees
Mobile Apps: What's Next?": Manatt's Aydin Caginalp to lead mobile apps panel with EMI North America, Thumbplay, MTV Mobile at MTV Networks, RIM/BlackBerry and Slacker.
  "I Want My Music Videos Anytime, Anywhere, on Any Device!"
: Execs from MTV Music & Logo at MTV Networks, Music Choice, AOL Music and GoTV Networks to discuss the bright future for video and music.
(2010-01-10): The Debate Rages On - Join moderator Jon Potter and speakers from The Recording Academy, CEA, Digital Music Association, Choruss and  A2IM for this lively session on the future of copyrights.
(2010-01-06): "State of the Digital Union": TAG's Ted Cohen discusses the state of digital music businesses with senior execs from Universal Motown Republic Group, AWAL (Artists Without A Label), ReverbNation and Glassnote

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Don't miss the 10th Annual Digital Music Forum in New York City on February 24-25: We are only event in the United States that brings together the top music, technology and policy leaders for high-level discussions and debate, intimate meetings and unrivaled networking about the future of digital music. Digital Music Forum is known worldwide for the news that is made in our auditorium, the deals that get done in our hallways, and the friendships and partnerships that are forged year after year. Why wait by the sidelines, when you can join the event that is helping to drive the industry's future!  Register Now!

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Rio Caraeff
President & CEO
Thomas Hesse
President, Global Digital Business,
US Sales & Corporate Strategy

Sony Music Entertainment
Anjula Acharia Bath
Chairman, President & Founder
Desi Hits!
David Pakman


In this Digital Music Forum exclusive, the captivating Italian-born soprano Giorgia Fumanti will give an on-stage performance followed by a conversation about her career and the business of music. Straddling the line between pop and classical, Giorgia's voice draws comparisons to the operatic-pop style of Andrea Bocelli and the spiritual flair of Enya. Her distinctive style is borne of her compelling interpretations of an eclectic group of composers, from Sting to Bach to Italian film music master Ennio Morricone. This is a session you won't want to miss!


Pete Watson
Senior Bus. Dev. Manager
Research in Motion
(RIM) / BlackBerry
Harlan Frey
VP Touring /
Artist Development

Roadrunner Records
Daniel Glass
CEO & Founder
Cameo Carlson
Executive Vice President
Universal Motown
Republic Group

Matthew Ringel
SVP, Strategic Alliances
Live Nation
David Zierler
EVP & General Manager
Kevin Bacon
(Artists Without A Label)
Michael Doernberg
CEO & Founder
Ted Mico
EVP, Digital
Interscope Geffen A&M
Russ Crupnick
VP & Senior Industry Analyst

The NPD Group
Daryl Friedman
VP, Advocacy & Gov't Relations
The Recording Academy
Ted Cohen
Managing Partner
TAG Strategic
Jayne Charneski
Executive, Intelligence Group
Creative Artists Agency
Brian Whitman
Co-Founder & CTO
The Echo Nest
Jeff Minsky
Director, Next Emerging Media
OMD Ignition Factory
Maurice Russell
Vice President, Licensing,
Collections & Business Affairs

The Harry Fox Agency

Lee Knife
Executive Director
Digital Media Association
Mark Ghuneim
CEO & Founder
Wiredset / Trendrr
Aydin Caginalp
Partner, Entertainment & Media Group
Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP
Ned Sherman
CEO & Publisher
Digital Media Wire
Jon Potter
Digital Media

David Oxenford
Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP
Michael Huppe
EVP & General Counsel
Jon Satterley
SVP – New Media &
Global Business Development

Roadrunner Records
Patrick Sullivan
President & CEO

Chris Phenner
EVP, Business Development
Ryan Barkan
Senior Director
Advertising & Video Games
Primary Wave Music Publishing
Steve Machin
Syd Schwartz
SVP, Global Digital Marketing
EMI North America
David Leibowitz
Sir Groovy
Alan Miller
Filter Creative Group

Filter Magazine
Kelli Richards
President & CEO
The All Access Group
John Rubey
AEG Network Live

Jim Griffin
Choruss /
Advisor, Warner Music Group

Michael Petricone
SVP of Gov't Affairs
Consumer Electronics Association

Daniel Tibbets
EVP & Studio Chief
GoTV Networks

Jim Rondinelli
SVP, Strategic Development
Jay Baage
VP, Content & Bus. Dev.
Digital Media Wire
Dorothy Hui
VP, Partnership
Marketing & Sales

Wind-up Records

Jenna LoMonaco
Head of New Media
Glassnote Records

Seth Freed
Director of Non-Traditional
Sales & Partnerships

Nettwerk Music Group
Vito Iaia
SVP - Music Services
Ticketmaster Entertainment
Bill Werde
Editorial Director

Rich Bengloff
Henry Hall
Director, Search Mktg. Dev. &
Innovation, Media Contacts - New York
Havas Digital
  Jamie Roberts
VP - New Media
& Publicity

Big Machine Media
Zeeshan Zaidi
  Jaclyn Ranere
VP, Mktg & Corp. Comm.
The Orchard 
Mike Spinella
Director, Label Relations
AOL Music Network
Dermot McCormack
EVP, Digital Media
TV Networks, Music & Logo Group
David Del Beccaro
Music Choice
David Weiss
Co-Founder & Co-Editor
Richard Conlon
VP, New Media & Strategic Dev.
Matthew Siegel
Co-CEO and Co-Founder
Indaba Music
 Barry Massarsky
President, Massarsky Consulting
Former Senior Economist, ASCAP
 Mike Scogin
VP, Wireless
MTV Mobile at MTV Networks
 Jeffrey Dorenfeld
Professor, Music
Business /Management

Berklee College of Music
Ben Campbell
OurStage, Inc.
Peter Kafka
Senior Editor
Adam Powers
Director, Standards &
Emerging Technology
Rovi Corporation

Jim Heckman
Founder & CEO
Larry Kenswil
Of Counsel
Loeb & Loeb LLP
Marty Lafferty
Distributed Computing
Industry Association (DCIA)

George Searle
Nicholas Butterworth
HD Cloud
Scott Campbell
Virtually Atomic
Kelli Richards
President & CEO
The All Access Group
Jeni Lee Chapman
EVP, Global Brand &
Communication Consulting

Harris Interactive
Sibley Verbeck
Founder & CEO
The Electric Sheep Company
David Seklir
VP of Music
MTV Games
Al Miyashita
Vice President,
Worldwide Data Sales

Rovi Corporation
Cindy Charles
General Counsel


many more to come...

DAY 1 – Wednesday, February 24

12:15pm – 1:00pm
Registration & Pre-Event Networking

1:00pm – 1:15pm
Welcome, Introductions & Opening Remarks
Ned Sherman, CEO & Publisher, Digital Media Wire
Ted Cohen, Managing Partner, TAG Strategic

1:15pm – 2:00pm
Two leading analysts/researchers and a major label executive kick-off the day’s discussions with an overview of the latest research about the current state of digital music, including consumer behavior & attitudes; adoption & penetration rates of digital products, key technology channels & platforms; and business & economic performance numbers. What is the outlook for the industry in the years to come? 

Russ Crupnick, VP & Senior Industry Analyst, The NPD Group
Ted Mico, EVP,
Digital, Interscope Geffen A&M
Brian Whitman, Co-Founder & CTO, The Echo Nest
Moderator: Ned Sherman, CEO & Publisher,
Digital Media Wire

2:00pm – 2:45pm

This panel of industry experts will discuss the hot button issues of day, including the debate over digital music pricing, social networks, online and mobile music product offerings and business models, new channels of digital revenue, subscriptions, MP3 stores, ad-supported models and next generation devices. What innovations and business models will fuel growth in the digital marketplace? Will there be a Google effect? What is the current state of the online and mobile music markets and where is the industry heading?

Cameo Carlson, EVP,
Universal Motown Republic Group
Kevin Bacon, Owner,
AWAL (Artists Without A Label)
Michael Doernberg,
CEO & Founder, ReverbNation
Daniel Glass, CEO & Founder,

Ted Cohen, Managing Partner, TAG Strategic

2:45pm – 3:30pm
*DELEGATE ROUNDTABLES - Join a Discussion Group*
Delegate roundtables are led by attendees and speakers who volunteer to moderate discussions around specific topics. Sign up for the roundtable of your choice at the registration table. Discussion groups will fill up fast, so please make sure to sign-up when you arrive. Each group will meet at a designated roundtable (signs will mark the topic for each table) at 2:50pm.

Topics include:
--Music Discovery -- How Do We Sift Through All the Noise?
Adam Wexler, Founder/CEO, Rank 'em

--Developing a Viable Online 360 Business Model for Emerging Artists?
Moderator: David Sherbow, Founder, LiveMusicMachine.Com

--Should There Really Be An App For That? The Mobile Web vs. The Mobile App
Jeff Sass, VP, Bus. Dev., Chief Evangelist, Myxer and Dick Wingate, Head of Client Relations, TAG Strategic

--European Laws and Regulations Impacting Digital Music Businesses
Moderators: Hans Bousie and Rob van Dongen, Lawyers/Partners, Bousie Advocaten (Amsterdam)

--Branding Basics. This discussion will focus on branding basics – how to select, register, enforce and defend, both in the material and virtual worlds
Moderator: Louis Levy, Partner, Lerman Senter PLLC

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3:30pm – 4:00pm
A Conversation with Thomas Hesse, President, Global Digital Bus., US Sales & Corp. Strategy, Sony Music Entertainment
Interviewed by: Larry Kenswil, Of Counsel, Loeb & Loeb LLP

4:05pm – 4:50pm
How Brands Are Working with the Music Industry in the Digital Age?
There has long been a close relationship between Madison Avenue and the music industry with music at the core of some of the most engaging brand marketing campaigns. Given the proliferation of new technologies, how are brand marketers and their agencies navigating the digital space? The panelists share their experience and processes in making smart marketing investments in an ever changing landscape.


Jayne Charneski, Executive, Intelligence Group, Creative Artists Agency
Jeff Minsky, Director, Next Emerging Media, OMD Ignition Factory
Henry Hall, Director, Search Mktg. Dev. & Innovation, Media Contacts - NY, Havas Digital
Matthew Ringel, SVP, Strategic Alliances, Live Nation

Moderator: Alan Miller, Co-Owner/CEO, Filter Creative Group /Co-Publisher, Filter Magazine

4:55pm – 5:40pm
PANEL 3: MOBILE APPS: What's Next?
Music apps for smart phones and social networks are the hot new way for artists to keep fans updated with new information, exclusive videos, chat rooms, and Twitter-style news feeds. This panel will discuss the opportunities around music apps with a focus on how artists and labels and using apps to promote and even distribute music. How is Apple's App Store evolving? What can we expect with the launch of the RIM/BlackBerry and Android app stores?  What kind of innovation are we seeing with apps in overseas markets? What is the next frontier of mobile apps and the music industry?

Syd Schwartz, SVP Global Digital Marketing, EMI North America
Mike Scogin, VP, Wireless, MTV Mobile at MTV Networks
Chris Phenner, EVP, Business Development, Thumbplay
Pete Watson, Sr. Bus. Dev. Manager, Research in Motion Limited (RIM) / BlackBerry

Jim Rondinelli, SVP, Strategic Development, Slacker

Aydin Caginalp, Partner, Ent. & Media Group, Manatt, Phelps & Phillips, LLP

5:45pm – 6:30pm
A Conversation with David Pakman, Partner, Venrock
Interviewed by: Peter Kafka, Senior Editor, AllThingsD

6:30pm – 7:30pm
COCKTAIL RECEPTION in the Museum's Amazing Event Hall

DAY 2 – Thursday, February 2

9:00am - 9:45am
How Technology is Changing the Business
While CD sales continue to fall and radio is in the constant state of evolution, the concert business is booming creating new opportunities across the board. In particular, technology is creating new opportunities and experiences for artists, performers, promoters, vendors and fans. From social networks to text messaging to broadband video to online recommendation and billing systems, technology is enhancing the live music experience. This panel will discuss how technologies are being used to better connect with fans and promote, produce and create new revenue opportunities around live events.

Harlan Frey, VP Touring / Artist Development, Roadrunner Records
John Rubey, President, AEG Network LIVE
Steve Machin, CEO, stormcrowd
Vito Iaia, SVP of Music Services, Ticketmaster Entertainment

Moderator: Jeffrey Dorenfeld, Professor, Music Business /Management,
Berklee College of Music

9:55am – 10:40am
What Are the Opportunities in the Years to Come?
For the past three years, music publishers have seen a nice uptake in revenue from film, television and advertising licensing, causing it to be hailed as one of the music industry's bright spots. What are the opportunities in the years to come? How are technology companies tapping into this market and offering digital services to improve the licensing processes? Will declining budgets, changing fee structures and single-artist deals limit opportunities in the year ahead? What are the challenges for the market in the years to come?


Barry Massarsky, President, Massarsky Consulting / Former Senior Economist, ASCAP
David Zierler, EVP & General Manager, INgrooves
David Leibowitz, Chairman, SirGroovy
Moderator: Bill Werde, Editorial Director, Billboard


11:00am – 11:30am
Special Performance and Conversation with Award-Winning Artist Giorgia Fumanti
Interviewed by: Alec Foege, Author/Writer, Founder, Brookside Research

11:40am – 12:30pm
This panel will discuss the current status of the debate over digital copyrights. What are the latest legal and policy developments? What needs to happen so that artists can live off their creativity, labels and publishers can see a fair return on their investments, technology companies have an incentive to innovate and receive a fair share of the pie and music fans can satisfy their current hunger for and exploration of new and/or alternative music?  

Daryl Friedman, VP, Advocacy & Gov't Relations, The Recording Academy
Rich Bengloff, President, A2IM
Lee Knife, Executive Director, Digital Media Association
Michael Petricone, SVP of Gov't Affairs, Consumer Electronics Association
Jim Griffin, Founder, Choruss / Advisor, Warner Music Group
Moderator: Jon Potter, Digital Media Consultant

12:30pm – 1:00pm
A Conversation with Anjula Acharia Bath, Chairman, President & Founder, Desi Hits!

1:00pm – 2:00pm
LUNCH BUFFET in the Museum's Event Hall

2:00pm – 2:30pm
Rio Caraeff, President & CEO, VEVO

2:40pm – 3:25pm
Global Music Marketing in the Digital Age
Technology has created new opportunities and challenges for artists and labels to market their music and promote and sell music and tours. Successful worldwide interactive marketing efforts now require a deep understanding of web site analytics, email and mobile marketing, social networks and online communities, e-commerce, search engine marketing and web site optimization. This panel will discuss global marketing in the digital age with a focus on how to utilize digital tools to better connect with fans and promote, produce and create new revenue opportunities for artists and labels.

Jon Satterley, SVP – New Media & Global Business Development, Roadrunner Records
Jamie Roberts, VP - New Media & Publicity, Big Machine Media
Jenna LoMonaco, Head of New Media, Glassnote Records

Zeeshan Zaidi, COO, LimeWire
Ben Campbell, CEO, OurStage, Inc.
Moderator: Jim Heckman, Founder & CEO,

2:40pm – 3:25pm

PANEL 4B: I Want My Music Videos Anytime, Anywhere, on Any Device!
Music videos, which served as one of the most important promotional and marketing tool during much of the past twenty-five years, are back, but the model is different as production costs have gone down and viral, social, online and mobile networks have replaced cable television as the platforms of choice. This panel will discuss opportunities and business models for the music industry utilizing online video platforms. What impact will a robust market for online video have on the future of the music industry? What types of deals are being done? What is happening with video in the mobile space? How are music videos fitting into the promotional plans in the digital age?

Dermot McCormack, EVP, Digital Media, MTV Music & Logo at MTV Networks
David Del Beccaro, CEO, Music Choice
Mike Spinella, Director of Label Relations, AOL Music
Daniel Tibbets, EVP & Studio Chief, GoTV Networks
Moderator: Adam Powers, Director of Standards & Emerging Technology, Rovi Corporation

3:25pm – 3:55pm

3:55pm – 4:40pm
PANEL 5A: Games & Music
The popularity of music-themed games like Guitar Hero and Rock Band has focused attention on the growing relationship between the game and music industries. This panel will explore this relationship further by looking at opportunities for composers and rights holders to sell and promote their music through games as well as the opportunity for new innovative game projects bring together pop culture, music and games. What’s next for the collaboration between the gaming and the music industries? What are the opportunities and challenges for making the most out of the creation of this new phenomenon?

Ryan Barkan, Sr. Dir., Advertising & Video Games, Primary Wave Music Publishing
Seth Freed, Director of Non-Traditional Sales & Partnerships, Nettwerk Music Group
David Seklir, VP of Music, MTV Games

Sibley Verbeck, Founder & CEO,
The Electric Sheep Company
Moderator: Kelli Richards, President & CEO, The All Access Group

3:55pm – 4:40pm
PANEL 5B: Music in the Cloud
In the ten years from Napster to Spotify, how have distributed computing technologies for music delivery evolved through file-sharing to peer-to-peer (P2P) downloading and streaming, and now the cloud? What are the latest technological solutions and legal mechanisms for combating copyright infringement globally in this space? How are business models progressing and what more needs to be done to fully legitimize this distribution channel? What kinds of marketing and promotional tactics show the most promise for profitably exploiting these uniquely consumer-based systems?

Nicholas Butterworth, CEO, HD Cloud
Scott Campbell, CEO, Virtually Atomic
George Searle, CEO, LimeWire
Jeni Lee Chapman, EVP, Global Brand & Communication Consulting, Harris Interactive
Moderator: Marty Lafferty, CEO, Distributed Computing Industry Association (DCIA)

4:45pm – 5:30pm
Social Networks &  Music
This panel of leading experts will discuss the latest developments in social media with a focus on the relationship between social networks and the music industry. How can the music industry benefit from the traffic and buzz generated by social networks? Can this translate into online music sales or tangible benefits? What's next in this exciting industry sector? Will the next wave of social media benefit the music industry?

Dorothy Hui, VP, Partnership Marketing & Sales, Wind-up Records
Mark Ghuneim, CEO & Founder, Wiredset / Trendrr
Jaclyn Ranere, VP, Marketing & Corporate Communications, The Orchard
Matthew Siegel, Co-CEO & Co-Founder, Indaba Music
Al Miyashita, Vice President, Worldwide Data Sales, Rovi Corporation

Moderator: David Weiss, Co-Founder/Co-Editor,

4:45pm – 5:30pm
PANEL 6B: Rights, Royalties & Reporting in the Digital World
With so many digital products today, the business has become one of micro transactions and the process of licensing rights and collecting, administering and reporting royalties is far from what it should be. This panel will discuss issues related to rights, royalties and reporting in the digital world.  What are the key problems that need to be addressed? What needs to happen to create a better system that provides accuracy, transparency, and accountability for all aspects of rights and royalty administration?

Michael Huppe, EVP & General Counsel, SoundExchange
Maurice Russell, VP, Licensing, Collections & Business Affairs, The Harry Fox Agency

Patrick Sullivan, President & CEO, RightsFlow
Richard Conlon, VP, New Media & Strategic Development, BMI
Cindy Charles, SVP & General Counsel, MediaNet
David Oxenford, Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine, LLP

6:00pm until 8:00pm
Closing Party
Hosted by:

Featuring special appearances by:

  • Andrew WK (DJ)

  • Vivian Girls (short acoustic showcase)

  • Holy Ghost Tent Revival (short acoustic showcase)

Wine/Beer/Specialty Cocktails and Hors D'oeuvres!

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