Publié le vendredi 4 février 2011
Le Midem et le Berklee College of Music (en association avec le Berkman Center for Internet & Society de l’Harvard University ainsi que l’Harvard Business School) se penchent sur les défis du business et des droits que doit relever l’industrie de la musique à l’ère digitale.
Pour discuter des modèles d’affaire du futur, des aspects légaux et business les filières musicales et universitaires se réuniront lors du Rethink music à Boston du 25 au 27 avril.
CALL FOR PAPERS – PUBLIC POLICY
The Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, in collaboration with Harvard Law School’s Journal of Sports and Entertainment Law ("JSEL"), is pleased to announce a call for papers, seeking policy proposals that advance the interests of music creators, consumers, and entrepreneurs through changes in existing law. Following their selection by a committee, up to four selected authors will be invited to present their work at the Rethink Music conference (economy airfare and hotel accommodations provided) and up to two papers will be considered for publication in JSEL.
The Berkman Center may contact authors of papers not selected for publication or presentation at the symposium regarding publication via another medium – e.g., online, via the Berkman Center website.
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CALL FOR PAPERS – BUSINESS MODEL
The Berklee College of Music, in collaboration with Harvard Business School, is pleased to announce a music industry business model competition. We are seeking proposals for businesses that provide novel ways to stimulate and monetize creativity in the music industry.
Proposals will be evaluated in the spring of 2011, and finalists will present their plans at the Rethink Music conference. Berklee will provide a $50,000 cash prize to the first place submission, and $5,000 to the first runner-up, and additional in-kind consulting services (legal, accounting) may be available, as well as access to venture capitalists. We are seeking proposals that provide new or improved ways to encourage and monetize creativity in the music industry. The proposals will be judged on their potential to become the basis of a viable new or improved venture or business idea. We encourage submissions from persons of all backgrounds. Well-researched, collaborative team efforts will be given first priority. All applicants must be at least 18 years of age. Proposals must be written in English.
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