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2019 40th Annual MEIEA Educators Summit Full Program 

 Abstracts are included at the bottom of the PDF attached here!

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

MEIEA Board Meeting

JAAC 4th Floor Conf. Room A/C

Thursday, March 21, 2019

8:00 am -12 pm

MEIEA Board Meeting

Inman 405

12-1:30 pm

Registration

JAAC 4th Floor Conf. Room A/C

1:30 pm

(1 hr)

Roundtable 1: Freshman Onboarding and Student Wellness

Moderator: Terry Tompkins, Hofstra University

JAAC 4th Floor Conf. Room B/D

2:45 pm

(1 hr)

Panel 1: Legal Update

John Simson, American University

JAAC 4th Floor Conf. Room A/C

4:00 pm

(1hr)

Panel 2: The Music Licensing Collective & Music Modernization Act (Creation & Implementation)

Panelists: Odie Blackmon, Middle Tennessee State University; Bart Herbison, Nashville Songwriters Association; Steve Bogard, NSAI; Colin Rushing, SoundExchange

JAAC 4th Floor Conf. Room B/D

5:30 – 7:00 pm

Celebration: MEIEA 40th Summit Celebration

Party Location:  BMI, 10 Music Square East

BMI



Friday, March 22, 2019

8 am – 5 pm

Summit Check-in and Walk-up Registration

JAAC Conference Room Foyer

8:00 am

(1hr)

Academic Papers: Session 1

·    Local Minimum Content Requirements on Commercial Radio: An Australian Case Study

Chrissie Vincent, Australian College of the Arts

·    You're Tearing Me Apart”: Deconstructing Mise-en-Scène in Rebel Without A Cause     

 Jason Lee Guthrie, Samford University

Moderator: Victoriano Darias, Berklee College of Music, Valencia

Frist A

  8:00 am

(1hr)

Academic Papers: Session 2

·    Immersive Learning: Music Industry Simulation as a Pedagogical Approach

Jerry Brindisi, Columbia College Chicago

·    Drinking from Olivia Pope’s Wine Glass: Fan Communities and the Impact of Parasocial Relationships on Consumption Behaviors

Morgan M. Bryant, Belmont University; Janée Burkhalter,St. Joseph’s University; Natalie Wood, St. Joseph’s University                                                                                                                                    Moderator: Stan Renard, The University of Texas at San Antonio

Frist B

9:15 am

(1 hr)

Academic Papers: Session 3

·    The Asian Music Industry

Don Cusic, Belmont University

·    The Viability of the American Federation of Musicians in the 21st Century 

Dick Weissman, University of Colorado, Denver 

Moderator: Cheryl Slay Carr, Belmont University

Frist A

9:15 am

(1 hr)

Academic Papers: Session 4

·    Key Learnings from an International Social Entrepreneurship Collaboration: Songs to Change Our World

Monika Herzig, Indiana University; Kristina Kelman, Queensland University of Technology; 

Andrew Krikun, Bergen Community College; Stephen Ralph Matthews, University of Auckland, 

Yanto Browning, Queensland University of Technology

·    Social Entrepreneurship as an Element of the Inbound Marketing Model for Musicians

Hal Weary, California State University, Dominguez Hills

Moderator: Gloria Green, Middle Tennessee State University

Frist B

9:15 am

(1 hr)

Academic Papers: Session 5

Did you hear “7 Rings” or “My Favorite Things”? Ariana Grande’s Spin on a Classic Rodgers and Hammerstein Song Could Have Lasting Impact on an Iconic Brand and the Bottom Line                 Melissa Wald, Middle Tennessee State University

·    Streaming Mechanicals and the War on Spotify

Don Gorder, Berklee College of Music

Moderator: Michelle Conceison, Middle Tennessee State University

JAAC 4th Floor Conf. Room B/D

10:30 am

(1 hr)

Panel 3: Rights, Rates and Royalties in the Digital Music Space: Songs and Sound Recordings

Serona Elton, University of Miami

Todd Brabec, USC Thornton

Jeff Brabec, BMG Chrysalis

JAAC 4th Floor Conf. Room B

12:15 pm

Luncheon

JAAC 4th Floor Conf. Room A

1:30 pm

(1 hr)

Keynote: Ben Vaughn, President, Warner/Chappell Nashville

JAAC 4th Floor Conf. Room A/C

2:45 pm

(1 hr)

Academic Papers: Session 6

Teaching Ethics in the Music Industry Curriculum                                                                             

Christopher M. Reali, Ramapo College of New Jersey

·    Searching for Sophia in Music Production: A Comparative Study of the Swedish Music Industry’s Impact on Future Higher Education in Music

Jan-Olof Gullö & Hans Gardemar,Royal College of Music, Sweden

Moderator: Julie Viscardi-Smalley, Johnson & Wales University 

Frist A

2:45 pm

(1 hr)

Academic Papers: Session 7

·    A Strong Wind Could Blow It Over: Understanding the Fragile State of Music Blockchain Development in Contrast to the Antifragile State of Blockchain Tech Generally                             

George Howard, Berklee College of Music

·    Immersive Experiences: The Future of Live Music and VR

Jeff Apruzzese,Drexel University

Moderator: Robert Willey, Ball State University

Frist B

2:45 pm

(1 hr)

Academic Papers: Session 8

·     What are the Factors in the Artist-Label Relationship that Positively Influence Creative and Commercial Success?

Rob Cannon,Australian Institute of Music

·    Teaching Artist Management Virtually Through Stages of the Artist Career                                      

Terry Tompkins, Hofstra University  

Moderator: Monika Herzig, Indiana University 

JAAC 4th Floor Conf. Room B/D

4:00 pm

(1.5 hrs)

Roundtable 2: Road to Publication

Moderator: Keith Hatschek, University of the Pacific

JAAC 4th Floor Conf. Room B/D

4:00 pm

(1.5 hrs)

Academic Papers: Session 9

·    Adding Flavor with Kahoot!

Eric Holt & Amy Smith, Belmont University 

·    College Rock Music Festivals in India as Industry-Based Education                                               

Kristina Kelman, Queensland University of Technology; David Cashman, Southern Cross University

·    Utilizing Active Learning and Backwards Design to Articulate Learning Outcomes and Maximize Student Learning: An Integrating Model of Formative and Summative Assessment

Joseph (Joe) Miglio,Berklee College of Music

Moderator: Melissa Wald, Middle Tennessee State University

Frist A

4:00pm

(1.5 hr)

Academic Papers: Session 10

·     “Second Verse, Same as the First?” An Examination of the Evolution of Entertainment Management Academics                                       

Andy Gillentine & Armen Shaomian, University of South Carolina

·    Redefining the Role of the Sound Engineer: Applying the Theories of Cage, Schafer, and Lomax Towards Establishing a Critical Cultural Approach to Sound Engineering                                 

Jonathan P. Pluskota, University of Southern Mississippi  

·    Black Box Royalties are Coming: Courtesy of the MMA   

John Simson, American University 

Moderator: Scott LeGere, Minnesota State University, Mankato   

Frist B



Saturday, March 23, 2019

8:00 am

(1 hr)

Roundtable 3: Entrepreneurship

Moderator:  Monika Herzig, Indiana University

JAAC 4th Floor Conf. Room B/D

9:15 am

(1 hr)

Academic Papers: Session 11

·    Mechanical Licensing Before and After the Musical Works Modernization Act  

Serona Elton, University of Miami                          

·    Publishing Photograph That Had “Gone Viral” Ruled Copyright Infringement: Otto v. Hearst Publications, Inc.

Vincent Peppe, Belmont University

Moderator:  Stan Renard, The University of Texas, San Antonio

Frist A

9:15 am

(1 hr)

Academic Papers: Session 12

·    New York 5 to 9: Studying the City That Never Sleeps                                                                             

Mehmet Dede, The Hartt School at the University of Hartford

·    Engaging Students in the Advancement of a Music Economy: A Case Study    

Storm Gloor, University of Colorado Denver                                                                                      Moderator: Christopher Reali, Ramapo College of New Jersey

Frist B

9:15 am

(1 hr)

Academic Papers: Session 13

·    The Development of the Artist-Fan Engagement Model

Sarita M. Stewart, Belmont University 

·    Constructing Credibility: How Aggrandizement Helps Perform an Identity of Legitimacy and Self- Worth in a Creative Industry   

David Schreiber, Belmont University; Alison Rieple, University of Westminster

Moderator:  Keith Hatschek, University of the Pacific 

JAAC 4th Floor Conf. Room B/D

10:30 am

(1 hr)

Academic Papers: Session 14

·    What they Post, Where they Post and When they Post It: A Content Analysis of Social Media Use of the Top 50 Artists in 2018

Ulf Oesterle, Syracuse University

·    Using Movies to Teach Music Business 

Clyde Rolston, Belmont University 

Moderator: Misty Jones Simpson, Middle Tennessee State University 

Frist A

10:30 am

(1 hr)

Academic Papers: Session 15

·    Composing Copyright: Music and Image in American Intellectual Property Law         

Jason Lee Guthrie, Samford University

·    Technological Disruption and Music Copyright 

Victoriano Darias, Berklee College of Music, Valencia  

Moderator: Don Gorder, Berklee College of Music

Frist B

10:30 am

(1 hr)

Academic Papers: Session 16

·    Teaching Digital Marketing and Social Media Strategy for the Entertainment Industry   

Justin Sinkovich,Columbia College Chicago

·    How Marketing Professionals Use and Staff Social Media Efforts in Entertainment Venues 

Phillip Rothschild, Missouri State University 

Moderator: Shawn  David Young, York College of Pennsylvania

JAAC 4th Floor Conf. Room B/D

11:45 am

(1 hr)

Keynote: Jessie Huang, Director, Copyright Compliance, Tencent Music Entertainment Group

Translator: Dr. Zhang Fengyan, University of China

JAAC 4th Floor Conf. Room

A/C

1:00 pm

(1.5 hrs)

Lunch and Membership Meeting

JAAC 4th Floor Conf. Room A

2:45 pm

(1 hr)

Academic Papers: Session 17

·    Staying Relevant: How a Radio Behemoth Has Weathered the Storms of Change to Survive in the New Media Market of the 21st Century 

Kim Wangler, Appalachian State University 

·    Lessons Learned from the Master of Space and Time: Leon Russell                                                                  

Andy Gillentine, University of South Carolina

Moderator: Armen Shaomian, University of South Carolina

Frist A

2:45 pm

(1 hr)

Academic Papers: Session 18

Now Available on Cassette—Again: Record Retailer Experiences of Current Cassette Tape            Waleed Rashidi,California State University, Fullerton

·    Beyond the Grave: Variables Contributing to Increased Music Consumption after an Artist’s Death

Stan Renard & Richard T. Gretz, The University of Texas at San Antonio

Moderator: Chrissie Vincent, Australian College of the Arts

Frist B

2:45 pm

(1 hr)

Academic Papers: Session 19

·    Sweetwater Sound: The WHY, HOW, and WHAT Behind the Success                                                  

Robert Willey, Ball State University 

·     How the Drop Changed Pop: The Influence of Dubstep in Modern Pop Song Form and Production

Missy Jones Simpson, Middle Tennesee State University  

Moderator: Carl Anderson, Bradley University

JAAC 4th Floor Conf. Room

A/C

4:00 pm

(1 hr)

Roundtable 4: Student Record Label Funding

Moderator: Shawn David Young, York College

JAAC 4th Floor Conf. Room

B/D

5:30 pm

(3.5 hrs)

MEIEA Board Meeting

Inman 407


  

MEIEA Summit Schedule 2019.pdf

2019 40th Annual MEIEA Educators Summit Academic Papers  

Version: March 21, 2019

Friday March 22, 2019

Session 1 – 8:00-9:00 am – Frist A

Victoriano Darias, Moderator

Local Minimum Content Requirements on Commercial Radio: An Australian Case Study

Chrissie Vincent
Head of Entertainment Management Collarts (Australian College of the Arts)

“You're Tearing Me Apart”: Deconstructing Mise-en-Scène in Rebel Without A Cause Jason Lee Guthrie
Assistant Professor
Samford University


Session 2 – 8:00-9:00 am – Frist B

Stan Renard, Moderator

Immersive Learning: Music Industry Simulation as a Pedagogical Approach

Jerry Brindisi
Associate Professor and Associate Chair, Business and Entrepreneurship; Coordinator, Music Business BA
Columbia College Chicago

Drinking from Olivia Pope’s Wine Glass: Fan Communities and the Impact of Parasocial Relationships on Consumption Behaviors
Morgan M. Bryant
Faculty Fellow, Curb College of Entertainment & Music Business
Belmont University

Janée Burkhalter
Associate Professor of Marketing, Haub School of Business St. Joseph’s University

Natalie Wood
Associate Dean & Associate Professor of Marketing, Haub School of Business St. Joseph’s University


Session 3 – 9:15-10:15 am – Frist A

Cheryl Slay, Moderator

The Asian Music Industry

Don Cusic Professor of Music Business Belmont University

The Viability of the American Federation of Musicians in the 21st Century

Dick Weissman
Instructor, University of Denver
Associate Professor Emeritus, University of Colorado Denver


Session 4 – 9:15-10:15 am – Frist B

Gloria Green, Moderator

Key Learnings from an International Social Entrepreneurship Collaboration: Songs to Change Our World
Monika Herzig, Indiana University, United States
Kristina Kelman, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Andrew Krikun, Bergen Community College, United States
Stephen Ralph Matthews, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Yanto Browning, Queensland University of Technology, Australia

Social Entrepreneurship as an Element of the Inbound Marketing Model for Musicians

Hal Weary
Assistant Professor, Department of Music California State University, Dominguez Hills


Session 5 – 9:15-10:15 am – Janet Ayers Room B/D

Michelle Conceison, Moderator

Did you hear “7 Rings” or “My Favorite Things”? Ariana Grande’s Spin on a Classic Rodgers and Hammerstein Song Could Have Lasting Impact on an Iconic Brand and the Bottom Line

Melissa Wald
Associate Professor, Middle Tennessee State University

Streaming Mechanicals and the War on Spotify

Don Gorder
Chair, Music Business/Management Department Berklee College of Music


Session 6 – 2:45-3:45 pm – Frist A

Julie Viscardi-Smalley, Moderator

Teaching Ethics in the Music Industry Curriculum

Christopher M. Reali
Assistant Professor of Music (Music Industry) Ramapo College of New Jersey

Searching for Sophia in Music Production: A Comparative Study of the Swedish Music Industry’s Impact on Future Higher Education in Music
Jan-Olof Gullö
Professor in Music Production
Royal College of Music, Academy of Folk Music, Jazz and Music and Media Production, Stockholm, Sweden.

Hans Gardemar
Lecturer in Music Production
Royal College of Music, Academy of Folk Music, Jazz and Music and Media Production, Stockholm, Sweden.


Session 7 – 2:45-3:45 pm – Frist B

Robert Willey, Moderator

A Strong Wind Could Blow It Over: Understanding the Fragile State of Music Blockchain Development in Contrast to the Antifragile State of Blockchain Tech Generally

George Howard, Associate Professor
Berklee College of Music

Immersive Experiences: The Future of Live Music and VR

Jeff Apruzzese
Assistant Professor/Associate Program Director Drexel University


Session 8 – 2:45-3:45 pm – Janet Ayers Room B/D

Monika Herzig, Moderator

What are the Factors in the Artist-Label Relationship that Positively Influence Creative and Commercial Success?
Rob Cannon
Program Leader, Arts & Entertainment Management
Australian Institute of Music

Teaching Artist Management Virtually Through Stages of the Artist Career

Terry Tompkins
Assistant Professor and Coordinator, Music Business Hofstra University


Session 9 – 4:00-5:30 pm – Frist A

Wald, Melissa, Moderator

Effective Teaching: Adding Flavor with Kahoot!

Eric Holt
Assistant Professor of Music Business Belmont University

Amy Smith
Assistant Professor of Music Business Belmont University

College Rock Music Festivals in India as Industry-Based Education

Kristina Kelman
Lecturer, Music and School of Creative Practice Queensland University of Technology

David Cashman
Associate Professor of Contemporary Music Southern Cross University

Utilizing Active Learning and Backwards Design to Articulate Learning Outcomes and Maximize Student Learning: An Integrating Model of Formative and Summative Assessment
Joseph (Joe) Miglio
Associate Professor, Music Business/Management
Berklee College of Music


Session 10 – 4:00-5:30 pm – Frist B

Scott LeGere, Moderator

“Second Verse, Same as the First?” An Examination of the Evolution of Entertainment Management Academics
Andy Gillentine
Professor, Sport and Entertainment Management
University of South Carolina

Armen Shaomian
Associate Professor, Sport and Entertainment Management University of South Carolina

Redefining the Role of the Sound Engineer: Applying the Theories of Cage, Schafer, and Lomax Towards Establishing a Critical Cultural Approach to Sound Engineering
Jonathan P. Pluskota
Assistant Professor
University of Southern Mississippi

Black Box Royalties are Coming: Courtesy of the MMA

John Simson
Executive in Residence and Program Director, Business & Entertainment, Kogod School of Business American University

Saturday March 23, 2019

Session 11 – 9:15-10:15 am – Frist A

Stan Renard, Moderator

Mechanical Licensing Before and After the Musical Works Modernization Act

Serona Elton
Associate Professor, Interim Associate Dean of Administration, and Director of the Music Business and Entertainment Industries Program
University of Miami, Frost School of Music

Publishing Photograph That Had “Gone Viral” Ruled Copyright Infringement: Otto v. Hearst Publications, Inc.
Vincent Peppe

Lecturer
Belmont University

Session 12 – 9:15-10:15 am – Frist B

Christopher Reali, Moderator

New York 5 to 9: Studying the City That Never Sleeps

Mehmet Dede
Assistant Professor of Music Industry The Hartt School at the University of Hartford

Engaging Students in the Advancement of a Music Economy: A Case Study

Storm Gloor
Associate Professor, Music and Entertainment Industry Studies University of Colorado Denver


Session 13 – 9:15-10:15 am – Janet Ayers Room B/D

Keith Hatschek, Moderator

The Development of the Artist-Fan Engagement Model

Sarita M. Stewart Associate Professor Belmont University

Constructing Credibility: How Aggrandizement Helps Perform an Identity of Legitimacy and Self- Worth in a Creative Industry
David Schreiber
Chair and Assistant Professor of Entertainment Industry Studies
Belmont University

Alison Rieple
Professor of Management & Marketing University of Westminster (UK)


Session 14 – 10:30-11:30 am – Frist A

Misty Jones, Moderator

What they Post, Where they Post and When they Post It: A Content Analysis of Social Media Use of the Top 50 Artists in 2018
Ulf Oesterle
Assistant Professor, Bandier Program
Syracuse University

Using Movies to Teach Music Business

Clyde Philip Rolston
Professor, Curb College of Entertainment and Music Business Belmont University


Session 15 – 10:30-11:30 am – Frist B

Don Gorder, Moderator

Composing Copyright: Music and Image in American Intellectual Property Law

Jason Lee Guthrie Assistant Professor Samford University

Technological Disruption and Music Copyright

Victoriano Darias Director of Academic Affairs Berklee Valencia

Session 16 – 10:30-11:30 am – Janet Ayers Room B/D

Shawn David Young, Moderator

Teaching Digital Marketing and Social Media Strategy for the Entertainment Industry

Justin Sinkovich
Associate Professor and Masters of Arts Management Graduate Program Director Columbia College Chicago

How Marketing Professionals Use and Staff Social Media Efforts in Entertainment Venues

Philip Rothschild
Associate Professor of Entertainment Management Missouri State University


Session 17 – 2:45-3:45 pm – Frist A

Armen Shaomian, Moderator

Staying Relevant: How a Radio Behemoth Has Weathered the Storms of Change to Survive in the New Media Market of the 21st Century
Kim L. Wangler
Director of Music Industry Studies
Appalachian State University

Lessons Learned from the Master of Space and Time: Leon Russell

Andy Gillentine
Professor of Sport & Entertainment Management University of South Carolina


Session 18 – 2:45-3:45 pm – Frist B

Chrissie Vincent, Moderator

Now Available on Cassette—Again: Record Retailer Experiences of Current Cassette Tape Sales

Waleed Rashidi
Assistant Professor California State University, Fullerton

Beyond the Grave: Variables Contributing to Increased Music Consumption after an Artist’s Death
Stan Renard
Assistant Professor of Music Marketing
The University of Texas at San Antonio

Richard T. Gretz
Associate Professor of Marketing The University of Texas at San Antonio


Session 19 – 2:45-3:45 pm – Janet Ayers Room B/D

Carl Anderson, Moderator

Sweetwater Sound: The WHY, HOW, and WHAT Behind the Success

Robert Willey
Associate Professor of Music Media Production and Industry

How the Drop Changed Pop: The Influence of Dubstep in Modern Pop Song Form and Production

Misty Jones Simpson Assistant Professor, Audio Production Middle Tennessee State University


 Academic Papers Program_2019 .pdf



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