CMU INSIGHTS SPEED BRIEFINGS

Speed Briefings

One hour training sessions at music conferences around the world


CMU Insights is presenting a number of speed briefings at upcoming music conferences. Each briefing provides a concise but comprehensive overview of a different aspect of the music business in just one hour.

These one-hour sessions provide a free sample of the CMU Insights training courses and are available to a limited number of delegates at each host conference, with pre-booking usually available.

Upcoming conferences hosting CMU Insights Speed Briefings include…

Slush Music, 28-29 Nov, Helsinki
How Streaming Services Are Licensed (28 Nov, 11.30am)
What Exactly Is The ‘Value Gap’ All About? (28 Nov, 5.30pm)

To discuss hosting CMU Insights speed briefings at your music conference email insights@unlimitedmedia.co.uk


CURRENT SPEED BRIEFINGS

We are currently offering the following speed briefings…

How Streaming Services Are Licensed
This speed briefing explains the deals done between the streaming services and the record companies, music publishers and collecting societies, and outlines how royalties flow from each streaming platform to the artists and songwriters. Based on the ‘Dissecting The Digital Dollar’ reports produced by CMU Insights for MMF UK.

Top Five Streaming Challenges
This speed briefing runs through five key challenges that must be met by the wider streaming music business – including artists, songwriters, record labels, music publishers, collecting societies and the streaming platforms themselves. In each of the challenges are opportunities for music entrepreneurs. Based on the ‘Dissecting The Digital Dollar’ reports produced by CMU Insights for MMF UK.

What Exactly Is The ‘Value Gap’ All About?
Why does the music industry keep shouting about the copyright safe harbour and the so called ‘value gap’? And how did YouTube become the music industry’s enemy number one? Find out in this speed briefing on all things safe harbour, plus how the music community hopes the European Copyright Directive might help.