NARM and digitalmusic.org joined forces to orchestrate the Entertainment and Technology Law Conference series, a city-hopping roundtable where challenges and opportunities currently shaping the entertainment industry are discussed by leaders.
Thursday, November 3 brings the series to New York City, where participants will gather at Greenberg Traurig’s offices at the Met Life Building. BMI is a sponsor of the day-long event, which will feature three timely panels: (1) Cloud Media Law: MP3 Tunes, Amazon Cloud Music and Cartoon Network v. Cablevision; (2) Cloud Media Deals: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly? Or All the Same?; and (3) Creators vs. Corporations: Copyright Termination and Royalty Accounting After the Eminem Case.
NARM and digitalmusic.org are offering BMI songwriters, composers, and music publishers discounted registration rates. Register now and take advantage of $50 off the standard fee; enter discount code CLE-BMI50 when prompted. Students are also eligible for a wallet-friendly $49 registration rate.
A part of Continuing Legal Education, the Entertainment and Technology Law Conference series is an opportunity to earn CLE credits.
To learn more about scheduled speakers, NARM activities, and the organization’s mission, visit www.narm.com.