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"This no-holds-barred curriculum is a real-time look at the music industry taught by seasoned professionals whose knowledge comes from experience."
—-Jeff Rabhan, Chair for the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music

“MUSIC BUSINESS NOW” HAS A NEW PROGRAM, NEW HOME FOR 2012

Acclaimed Program Now Presented by the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at NYU/Tisch School of the Arts, and The Recording Academy®, to Take Place in Los Angeles
Are you ready to get schooled in the ever-shifting music industry’s latest trends, not to mention the chance to network with some of the biggest movers and shakers in the business?

The Music Business NOW, a series of classes encompassing the evolving business of marketing, developing, distributing and managing recorded music and entertainment brands, is for you.

Lead instructors Jeffrey Jampol and Lenny Beer, both well-respected industry veterans (just ask them), will once again teach the intensive, in-depth classes, which are open to music and other entertainment professionals, attorneys, label and publishing executives, managers, artists and members of the public. This year’s session gets underway on January 25, 2012.

Classes will be taught in the private, 200+-seat Ray Kurtzman Theater at CAA in Los Angeles, CA.

Enrollment will be through the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music at NYU/Tisch School of the Arts, and also sponsored by The Recording Academy®.

For more info: http://clivedavisinst.tisch.nyu.edu/object/musicbusinessnow

To enroll:  https://web.ovationtix.com/trs/pe/9363745

Facebook page:   http://www.facebook.com/musicbiznow

Jeff Rabhan, Chair for the Clive Davis Institute of Recorded Music, said, “The goal of the program has always been to blur the line between the academic world and the professional world; this no-holds-barred curriculum is a real-time look at the music industry taught by seasoned professionals whose knowledge comes from experience."

Co-instructors include Universal Music Enterprises President/CEO Bruce Resnikoff, Topspin CEO Ian Rogers, and WMG Rhino Entertainment Senior Vice President, Global Sales & Digital Strategy David Dorn.

In addition to the 14-week Master Class, “The Music Business NOW,” the program will include three ancillary classes that will focus on digital marketing and distribution, social media and digital strategy, and artist and brand development of entertainment properties, with more to be added.

This is the place where both professionals and hopefuls will have the rare opportunity to both learn from and network with a who’s-who of the most powerful and savvy executives in the industry, in addition to participating in hands-on projects that provide real world learning opportunities.

Jampol is the President of JAM Inc., a GRAMMY®-winning film producer, manager of The Doors as well as the Estates of Jim MorrisonJanis Joplin, Peter Tosh and Rick James, and a consultant to the Estate of Michael Jackson.

Beer is the Co-Founder and Editor-in-Chief of HITS magazine, which recently celebrated its 25th anniversary, as well as President of The MGMT Co., a management firm whose clients include Thirty Seconds to Mars, Bush, The Airborne Toxic Event and Andrew W.K., among others.

Classes will consist of a combination of instruction, lectures and panels along with special guest artists and executives.

Panelists appearing at past and future sessions include:

Irving Azoff: CEO, Ticketmaster/Live Nation; manager of Christina Aguilera, Van Halen, The Eagles

Michael Rapino, CEO, Live Nation

John Branca: Senior Partner, Ziffren, Brittenham & Branca LLP, Co-Executor, the Estate of Michael Jackson

Rob Cavallo: CEO, Warner Bros Records, Chief Creative Officer, Warner Music Group

Steve Berman: Vice Chairman and President of Sales and Marketing, Interscope Records

Jody Gerson: Co-President, Sony/ATV Music

Cameron Strang: President/CEO, Warner Chappell Music Publishing

Jon Platt: President, Urban Music, EMI Music Publishing

Kevin Weatherly: Senior Vice President, Programming, CBS Radio; Program Director, KROQ

Nic Harcourt: Editor at Large, Music & Culture, L.A. Times

Neil Portnow: President/CEO, The Recording Academy (GRAMMY Awards)

Rob Light: Managing Partner/Head of Music, CAA

Amy Doyle: Senior Vice President, Music & Talent, MTV

Mark Williams: Senior Vice President, A&R, Columbia Records

Ian Montone: CEO, Monotone Management (The White Stripes, The Shins, Foster the People, others)

Jim Guerinot: President, Rebel Waltz Management (No Doubt, Gwen Stefani, Robbie Robertson, The Offspring, Trent Reznor)

Steve Schnur: Worldwide Head of Music, EA VideoGames

Mark Shimmel: Head of Music, Turner Networks; Music Consultant, Kennedy Center Honors.

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