Music2020 brings together students and music industry thought-leaders to discuss and present issues and opportunities related to creating a more egalitarian music industry.
Music2020’s inaugural event featured Berklee students introducing revolutionary ideas to positively impact fans and artists, shaping a better music industry for tomorrow
Berklee Student Presenters
|Jonathan Baron||Length of Copyright||Can We Save The Public Domain?|
|Daniya Murat||Emerging Music Business Models||Expanding The Music Ecosystem|
|Alex Olsen||Payment Distribution in Music||Crowdsourcing Digital Rights Management|
|Nick Ertman||Rebirth of the Music Studio||The Dissent|
|Madeline Miller||Safety and Music||Attention To Sound|
|Donny McGee||Small Business' Music on the Blockchain||Life By The Block|
Music2020 co-hosted Northeastern University for Think Tank 2020: The Role of the Fan – A Round-table for Students to Engage and Explore Fair Compensation for Musicians.
Music2020 hosted an event with New England Law Boston students to discuss current legal issues in the music business. View the presentations from “Cracking the Code of Key Legal Issues and Music Policy.”
New England School of Law, Boston Student Presenters
|Briana Matuszko and Lauren Marie Oliva||The Apple Antitrust Case||Antitrust and Apple|
|John Rusk||Using Music in Politics||Music and Politics|
|Jules Dean||Differences in Copyright Worldwide||Domestic and International Copyright|
|Scott Young and Joshua Brooks||Digital Audio Revenue Streams||Digital Audio Copyrights|