ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESS SYMPOSIUM
Bringing Entertainment and Business Together
Entertainment Business Symposium
BigMac Entertainment's (BME) Entertainment Business Symposium is designed to bring awareness to the Artist or Entertainer on necessary business topics in the entertainment industry. This symposium gives you the knowledge to perform and network with major label execs, radio DJ's, Promoters, Media & more. BME's Music Business Conference has a mission to edu-tain (educate and to entertain) up and coming artists about the ins and outs of the entertainment industry.
BME Entertainment Business Symposium is a career building event. The BME Entertainment Business Symposium is a premiere networking event for those serious about their future in the entertainment industry. This symposium will open your eyes to many opportunities within the entertainment and music industry. BME's Entertainment Business Symposium has an opportunity for small and large businesses to grow from the information shared at this symposium.
EBS Symposium Topics
A copyright is the exclusive right given by federal statute to the creator of literary or an artistic work use, reproduce, and display the work. The creator of the work has limited monopoly on the work and can, with some exceptions, prohibit others from copying or displaying the work.
The entertainment industry's primary product is intellectual property, protected by copyrights, trademarks, and the right of publicity. A majority of terms in entertainment contracts concern the ownership and use of this property. Intellectual property refers to the ownership of an idea or design by the person who came up with it.
Entertainment law or media law is a term referred to a field of law which focus on providing legal services to the entertainment industry. Entertainment Law is a branch of commercial law that deals with different forms of media such as: music, theatre, sports, dance, literature, architecture, visual arts, internet and television industries.
Broadcast Music, Inc
Broadcast Music, Inc (BMI) is the bridge between songwriters and the businesses and organizations that want to play their music publicly. As a global leader in music rights management, BMI serves as an advocate for the value of music, representing 15 million musical works created and owned by more than 1 million songwriters, composers and music publishers.
American Society of Composers, Authors, and Publishers (ASCAP). ASCAP is an American non-profit performance-rights organization (PRO) that protects its members' musical copyrights by monitoring public performances of their music, whether via broadcast or live performance, and compensating them accordingly.
Streaming media is video or audio content sent in compressed form over the Internet and played immediately. Media streaming is much better protected against piracy. Live streaming content or an event affords you the opportunity to reach and interact with more people across the world.
Digital Distribution is the modern way that recorded music gets into the hands of consumers. The goal of digital distribution is to get your music on Tidal, iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, and other streaming platforms and digital music stores. Think of them like a digital record shop. Once you get your music in them, people can stream, download and buy your music.
To "monetize" something is to convert non-revenue generating assets into sources of revenue. In economic terms of the entertainment industry, monetize means to convert any event, object or transaction into a form of currency or something with transferable value. A monetization strategy is a way to turn your idea into a business.
A panel discussion, in our symposium involves a group of people who has years of experience in the entertainment industry gathered to discuss a topic in front of an audience, specifically about the entertainment business on various trending topics designed to educate you on the overall aspect of the business side of the entertainment business.
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