Daniel Glass, President and Founder of Glassnote Entertainment Group, has been announce as the opening Keynote Speaker at the inaugural Mondo.NYC festival and summit to be held at New York University’s Helen and Martin Kimmel Center, in the Richard L. Rosenthal Pavilion.
Mondo.NYC will be held September 14-18 with a daytime business summit, including speakers, panels, workshops, seminars, and a nighttime festival with concerts, showcases and networking events at venues across the city.
According to Mondo.NYC Managing Director Bobby Haber, “It has been an honor and pleasure to work with and get to know Daniel Glass over the years. I couldn’t think of a more appropriate way to kick off our new event than to have Daniel deliver a keynote address. With his extraordinary history, unparalleled success and most profoundly, his relentless commitment to the aesthetic of the music and the artistry of the musician, there is no better person to address the complexities, volatility and opportunities inherent in today’s music environment.”
Simultaneous with the announcement of Daniel Glass’s keynote address, Mondo.NYC also announces its first round of panelists and daytime panel agenda, comprising a multitude of critical topics concerning today’s music business, the technology and innovation powering it, and pop culture in general, as well as key business leaders and pioneers.
Among the initial round of panelists in the subject tracks of Streaming, Music Publishing and Public Policy are:
- Danielle Aguirre, EVP and General Counsel, NMPA
- Steve Bene, General Counsel, Pandora
- Peter Brodsky, EVP, Business and Legal Affairs, Sony/ATV Music Publishing
- Jacqueline Charlesworth, General Counsel, U.S. Copyright Office
- Sara Clemens, Chief Operating Officer, Pandora
- Alisa Coleman, COO, ABKCO
- U.S. Representative Doug Collins (R-GA)
- Russ H. Crupnick, Managing Partner, MusicWatch, Inc.
- Andrea Finkelstein, EVP, Global Business Affairs Operations, Sony Music Entertainment
- Josh Friedlander, VP, Research and Data Analysis, RIAA
- Tara Good, Director of Operations, WineAmerica
- Jim Griffin, Managing Director, OneHouse
- David Israelite, President and CEO, NMPA
- Ted Kalo, Executive Director, musicFIRST
- Clara Kim, EVP and General Counsel, ASCAP
- Lee Knife, Executive Director, Digital Media Association
- Keith Kupferschmid, CEO, Copyright Alliance
- Rob Levine, Business Journalist and Author
- Steve Marks, Chief, Digital Business and General Counsel, RIAA
- Barry Massarsky, Principal, Massarsky Consulting – Copyright Economics o Jim McDermott, Writer, Social Marketing and Content Consultant at Trickness.com
- Larry Miller, Clinical Associate Professor and Director, Music Business Program, Steinhardt School of Culture, Education and Human Development, New York University
- U.S. Representative Jerrold Nadler, Ranking Member, House Judiciary Subcommittee on IP (D-NY)
- Michael Nash, EVP, Digital Strategy, Universal Music Group
- Katie Oyama, Senior Policy Counsel, Google
- Katie Peters, Director, Government Relations, Pandora
- Olivia Regnier, Director, European Office, IFPI
- Stuart Rosen, SVP and General Counsel, Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI)
- Bobby Rosenbloum, Partner, Greenberg Traurig
- Colin Rushing, SVP and General Counsel, SoundExchange
- Ellen Schrantz, Director of Government Affairs and Counsel, Internet Association
- Cary Sherman, Chairman and CEO, RIAA
- Howie Singer, SVP and Chief Strategic Technologist, Warner Music Group
- Michael Steinberg, SVP, Licensing, Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI)
- Chris Williams, Chief Product Officer, iHeartRadio
Additional panelists in the following subject tracks will be announced soon: The Artist, The Songwriter, Global Trends, VR, Artist Discovery, Radio, Live Music Business, Brands, Major & Independent Labels, Video, Visual & Design, Data & Analytics, Digital Frontiers and more.
Tickets for Mondo.NYC are available now at: https://www.ticketfly.com/purchase/event/1204175. Purchase now to take advantage of discounted ticket prices.