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"Bringing Together Educators and Leaders of the Music and Entertainment Industries"

Summit 2012
March 29 & 30, Los Angeles CA


Rico Reeds: From the 4th Grade Band to the Concert Stage, The Rebranding of a Household Name in the Music Products Industry    Kim L. Wangler, Director of Music Industry Studies, Appalachian State Universit; David Via, Vice President, D'Addario & Company, Inc.


Sex, Drugs, Rocks 'n Booze: Preparing Our Students for the "Dark Side" of the Music Business.    Tonya D. Butler, Associate Professor of Music Business, Middle Tennessee State University

Historical Changes in the Music Industry Supply Chain: A Perception of the Positioning of the Artist Musician    Stan Renard, Special Lecturer in Music Industry, Adjunct in Management, Providence College, University of Connecticut, Doctoral Candidate; Peter Spang Goodrich, Associate Professor of Management, Providence College; Philip Vos. Fellman, Lecturer in Management, Suffolk University

A Historical Analysis of the Effects of Marketing on Popular Song Lyrics    Storm Gloor, Assistant Professor, Music and Entertainment Industry Studies, University of Colorado Denver


Matrixing: A Discovery Advising Tool for Finding One's Career Niche    Peter Spellman, Associate Professor & Director of The Career Development Center, Berklee College of Music


The Use of Narrative Theory and Semiotics in the Modern Story Song    Quint Randle, Assistant Professor, Department of Communications, Brigham Young University


What's Up With MXSup's?    Andrea "Ani" Johnson, Assistant Professor, Berklee College of Music


Unfair Use: The Unique Status of Copyright in Sound Recordings in the U.S. and its Impact on the Progress of Recorded Music    Rey Sanchez, Chair, Department of Music, Media, and Industry, Associate Professor, Music Business and Entertainment Industries, University of Miami


Assessing the Assessment Process and Its Impact on Teaching and Learning Dynamics    Joe Miglio, Associate Professor, Music Business Management, Berklee College of Music


The Model Music Business Teacher    Ben O'Hara, Head of Music Business, Box Hill Institute


Entertainment Management Students: Why They Share Files and How They Process Their Behavior    Patrick Preston, Associate Professor of Entertainment Management, Bay State College


Digital Audio Workstations' Growth in Education    Devin Marsh, Program Director, Media Writing and Production, University of Miami

The Marketing Mix Revisited: Towards a New Understanding of Its Use and Efficacy in the Music and Entertainment Industry    Ray Sylvester, Senior Lecturer in Music Branding & Marketing Management, Buckinghamshire New University

The Socratic Method in a Music Business Classroom    Timothy L. Channell, Director, Music Business Program, Radford University


Business Plans for the 21st Century Musician    Mark Carpentieri, Assistant Professor, Five Towns College

In Today's Recording Environment, Can an Independent Recording Artist Have as Equally Successful a Career as a Major Label Recording Artist?    Rush Hicks, Chair Music Business, Assistant Professor, Curb College of Entertainment & Music Business, Belmont University; Jennifer Fowler, Assistant Professor, Curb College of Entertainment & Music Business, Belmont University; David Maddox, Assistant Professor, Curb College of Entertainment & Music Business, Belmont University

An Examination of Strategic Decision-Making Practices in Music Industry SMEs    David Schreiber, Adjunct Professor, Curb College of Entertainment & Music Business, Belmont University


Building a Music Industry Program in a Rural Location    Timothy Shell, Sophomore, Music Business Major, Radford University; Timothy L. Channell, Director, Music Business Program, Radford University


How Viable are Legal Claims by Songwriters and Recording Artists Who Allege They Haven't Been Properly Attributed as Creators When Their Music is Distributed?    Stan Soocher, Associate Professor of Music & Entertainment Industry Studies, University of Colorado Denver


Race, Hegemony and the Birth of Rock & Roll    Paul Linden, Assistant Professor and Sequence Head, Recording Industry Program, University of Southern Mississippi

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