Showing posts with label USC. Show all posts
Showing posts with label USC. Show all posts

Monday, November 2, 2015

Revenue Stability in the Music Market - Materials from Cedar Boschan's October Presentation at The University of Southern California Posted

Our founder Cedar Boschan had a great time speaking last month at the University of Southern California's 2015 Institute on Entertainment Law and Business.  The topic was "The Search for Revenue Stability in the Evolving Music Market."
Image courtesy of NARIP (c) 2015 L-R: Tess Taylor, President of NARIP, Todd Brabec, Esq., author of "Music, Money & Success," Cedar Boschan of Boschan Corp., Kent Liu, Esq. of Rhino Entertainment

Ms. Boschan was honored to serve as a panelist at her alma mater (USC conferred Ms. Boschan's bachelor of science in music industry), where her instructors included fellow speaker Todd Brabec, attorney and co-author of the classic, "Music, Money & Success."  

Images courtesy of NARIP (c) 2015 Top, L-R: Tess Taylor, President of NARIPThomas White, program chair, Kent Liu, Esq. of Rhino Entertainment, Anita Rivas, Esq., materials chair, Todd Brabec, Esq., author of "Music, Money & Success," Cedar Boschan of Boschan Corp. 
Following the panel discussion, many audience members requested copies of Ms. Boschan's presentation.  Due to overwhelming demand, our sister site, today posted the presentation images as well as some written materials that were included in the materials that attendees of the USC event received.

Since Auditrix readers may find Ms. Boschan's presentation of interest, we are including a link here:

Note: During the time since Cedar prepared the above-linked materials, updated music publishing revenues figures were released by the NMPA and CISAC.  Therefore, don't miss Cedar Boschan's next music industry presentation for the most up-to-date analysis.

Monday, August 24, 2015

LA Calendar: October 17, 2015

The University of Southern California's Gould School of Law and The Beverly Hills Bar Association will present the 2015 Institute on Entertainment Law and Business on Saturday, October 17.

Mailer from USC's 2015 Institute on Entertainment Law and Business

Our founder Cedar Boschan will speak during the afternoon at The Institute about the search for revenue stability in the evolving music market.  Ms. Boschan earned her bachelor of science in music industry from USC's Thornton Music School in 1999, where her instructors included fellow panelist, attorney and author Todd Brabec, as shown in the Institute's new mailer, pictured below:

USC 2015 Institute on Entertainment Law and Business Music Industry Speakers Include: Cedar Boschan, Todd Brabec, Esq., Kent Liu, Esq., and Tess Taylor

Attorneys who attend the Institute may receive 6.25 hours of MCLE credit, including 1 hour of legal ethics credit.  CPAs may receive up to 5.5 hours of CPE credit.

Registration is now open - click here to register!

Monday, April 2, 2012

April 2012 Events of Interest

April 4, 2012 @ USC - I am looking forward to serving as a panelist at USC's "Launching Your Career -- an event providing direct access to the music profession’s most successful"

Panelists include:

  • Cedar Boschan ’99, Partner at Hurewitz, Boschan & Co. LLP
  • Laura Connelly, Director of Presentations for the Los Angeles Philharmonic Association
  • Julia Cser ’01, Executive and Artistic Director of the Maestro Foundation
  • Gregg Field, Producer and Recording Artist at Concord Records
  • Gordon Goodwin, Performing Artist with Wingood Music Productions, Inc.
  • Garry Kief, President/CEO of STILETTO Entertainment
  • Bear McCreary ’02, Composer
  • Don Passman, Music Attorney
  • Adrian Spence, Artistic Director, Camerata Pacifica
  • Chad Smith, Vice President of Artistic Planning for the Los Angeles Philharmonic
  • Association
  • Moderator: Gail Eichenthal, Program Director for KUSC

April 17, 2012 @ Lawry's - The Assoc. of Independent Music Publishers (AIMP) presents David Israelite - President and CEO of NMPA

April 24, 2012 @ Sportsmen's Lodge - The California Copyright Conference presents "OH CANADA: It's Not The 51st State When It Comes To Managing Your Music Rights" where agents of both English and French-speaking repertoire will discuss exploitation and revenue collection in Canada.