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

Summit 2016
April 1-2, Washington DC

Pop Songs on Political Platforms. Courtney Blankenship, Assistant Professor, Director of Music Business, School of Music, Western Illinois University and Stan Renard, Assistant Professor, Coordinator of the Music Marketing Program, University of Texas at San Antonio

Music Scene Mechanics: Toward a Predictive Process Model. David Bruenger, Director - Music, Media, & Enterprise Program, The Ohio State University

Berklee’s Fair Music and Transparency Report: A Critique. Peter Alhadeff, Professor, Berklee College of Music and Luiz Augusto Buff, CEO, 1m1art.com

Shoppable Music Videos: Smash Hit or Big Miss? David Allan, Professor of Marketing, Saint Joseph’s University; Janée N. Burkhalter, Associate Professor of Marketing, Saint Joseph’s University; Feng Shen, Assistant Professor of Marketing, Saint Joseph’s University; and Natalie T. Wood, Chair & Associate Professor of Marketing, Saint Joseph’s University, Associate Professor of Marketing, Edith Cowan University, Australia

Audio Logo Common Core Attributes: An Analysis of Sonic Modality Cues. Stan Renard, Assistant Professor, Coordinator of the Music Marketing Program, University of Texas at San Antonio

The Seven Secrets of Organizational Innovation: The Jam Session Model. Monika Herzig, Senior Lecturer, Arts Administration, Indiana University and Maksim Belitski, Henley Business School, University of Reading

Music Crowdsourcing: Redefining the Relationship between Organization, Artist, and Audience. Richard Strasser, Associate Professor, Northeastern University

Blockchain Technology and The Arts. George Howard, Associate Professor, Music Business/Management, Berklee College of Music

Access Verses Substantial Similarity: Copyright Issues in Three Boys Music v. Michael Bolton and Vince P. v. Kanye West. Brian Gaber, Professor of Commercial Music, Florida State University

The Monopoly of Protection vs. the Presumption of Permission: Is Copyright Law an Analog Ship Adrift in a Digital Sea?  Jeffrey Izzo, Assistant Professor of Recording Industry, Middle Tennessee State University

Tone of Voice Can Make or Break Social Media Marketing Success.  Stephanie Kellar, Assistant Professor, Berklee College of Music

Managing Musician’s Social Media Campaigns Through Analytics.  Mark Carpentieri, Assistant Professor of Music Business, Five Towns College

Going for the Gold: Articulating Standards and Best Practices for Experiential Learning.  Joe Miglio, Associate Professor of Music Business/Management, Berklee College of Music

Educators Achieving Reflective Competence in Music Related Instruction.  Todd D. Gardner, Associate Professor of Music Business/Management, Berklee College of Music

Practical Music Theory for Songwriting Students.  Odie Blackmon, Assistant Professor/Songwriting Concentration Coordinator, Middle Tennessee State University, and Lecturer in Music, Blair School of Music, Vanderbilt University

Intermediaries: Necessity, But Not A Necessary Evil.  David Philp, Assistant Professor, William Paterson University

Current “Best Practices” in Music Industry Education.  Dave Kopplin, Professor of Commercial Music, Cal Poly Pomona

A National Survey of the Expectations of Employers Hiring Entertainment Industry Program Graduates.  Clyde Philip Rolston, Professor, Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business, Belmont University and Tish Stewart, Senior Career Development Specialist, Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business, Belmont University

Event-based Research for Music Industry Learning Environments: Two Case Studies.  Kristina Kelman, Lecturer – Music Industry, Music Education, Musicology and Performance, Queensland University of Technology; Philip Graham, Professor – Creative Industries, Queensland University of Technology; and Yanto Browning, Associate Lecturer – Creative Industries, Queensland University of Technology

Student-run Enterprises and the Advancement of Music Cities.  Storm Gloor, Associate Professor, University of Colorado Denver

The Music Business Workshop:  Applying Game Theory to Pedagogy.  Jerry Brindisi, Assistant Professor, Music Business BA Coordinator, Columbia College Chicago, and Justin Sinkovich, Assistant Professor, Media Management BA Coordinator, Columbia College Chicago

GrouponLive: A Case Study.  Carey Christensen,  Assistant Professor, Mike Curb Chair in Music Industry Studies, California State University, Northridge, and Armen Shaomian, Assistant Professor, Sport and Entertainment Management, University of South Carolina

Does a MEIEA Core Curriculum Exist? A Survey of Practice.  Robert Garfrerick, Professor and Eminent Scholar in Entertainment Industry, University of North Alabama

Is a Degree in Audio Recording and Production a 360 Deal?  Doug Bielmeier, Assistant Professor, Music and Arts Production, Purdue School of Engineering, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

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