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This Webinar took place in the past. To read the recap and watch the video, click HERE.
In 2005, per the IFPI, the US share of worldwide wholesale dollar sales, including digital streaming, was 34%. In 2010 & 2011 the US share had fallen to 26% of worldwide wholesale revenues. Exports have never been more important to the financial health of our community. This webinar on the Asia marketplace is the latest in a series on International Markets that we need to access for continued financial viability for our community.
Please Join the American Association of Independent Music and the International Trade Administration for a WEBINAR on Thursday, August 2, 2012 — 7pm EST on:
Expanding into the China, Hong Kong, and Korea Music Markets.
A2IM & ITA are holding a webinar for the indie music industry on expanding to the Chinese, Hong Kong, and Korean markets on Thursday, August 2nd. Topics to be covered include:
* Tools for Exporting – and – Licensing, Publishing, and Collections in Asia
* Legislative Changes & Opportunities in the Chinese, Hong Kong & Korean Music Markets
* What You Need to Know About Copyrights & the Regional Music Market
DON’T MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY!
* You’ll hear from industry experts based in the region, such as International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (Hong Kong), FujiPacific Music Ltd. (Hong Kong & Seoul), Shanghai Synergy Culture & Entertainment, and DFSB Kollective (Seoul).
* ITA will briefly discuss how the U.S. government is addressing copyright infringements in the creative content industries and where you can find export assistance in-state and abroad.
*The session will conclude with a Question & Answer session with the experts.
* The Speakers Will Be *
Rich Bengloff, President of the American Association of Independent Music (A2IM), New York City
May-Seey Leong, Regional Director for Asia of the International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI), Hong Kong
Jonathan Ho, General Manager of FujiPacific Music (S.E. Asia) Ltd., Hong Kong
Bernie Cho, President of DFSB Kollective, Seoul
Jean Hsiao Wernheim, Chief International Executive of Shanghai Synergy Culture & Entertainment, Sweden/Shanghai
Robert Singerman, Partner at 88tc88.com, New York City
Andrea DaSilva, Senior Media & Entertainment Analyst in the Office of Service Industries, International Trade Administration (ITA), U.S. Department of Commerce – Washington, DC
Raquel Cohen, Attorney Advisor and International Trade Specialist in the Office of Intellectual Property, International Trade Administration, U.S. Department of Commerce – Washington, DC
To register, please contact:
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Watch the previous webinar “The Music Industry: Selecting Partners And Protecting Intellectual Property Rights In China” HERE.