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Wednesday, May 18 • 9:00am - 10:00am
Student-run Record Labels: The Farm Teams for Indie and Major Labels

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More than 40 student-run record labels operate today at universities and colleges in the US and abroad.  These labels provide students with valuable hands-on experience, and provide up-and-coming artists with a launch pad and the opportunity to begin transitioning from amateur to professional. This session will explore their operating models, their successes and challenges, and ways for them to better engage with independent and major labels in terms of artist and staff development.


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Serona Elton

Associate Professor & Director, Music Business and Entertainment Industries Program/VP, Business Solutions, University of Miami/Warner Music Group
Serona Elton, Esq., is an associate professor, Director of the Music Business & Entertainment Industries Program, and Chair of the Music Media & Industry Department at the University of Miami Frost School of Music. She also works for Warner Music Group as VP of Business Solutions, and has previously worked/consulted for EMI Recorded Music, Sony Music Entertainment, and Universal Music Group in areas related to royalties... Read More →

Speakers
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Jerry Brindisi

Music Business Program Coordinator & Assistant Professor, Columbia College
Jerry Brindisi is an Assistant Professor and Music Business Program Coordinator in the Business & Entrepreneurship Department at Columbia College Chicago. Previously, he was a Sales and Marketing Research Analyst for Sony Music Entertainment’s Global Digital Business Group in New York. He has also worked with Warner Music Group’s Asylum Records and was a studio manager for Anders Music (AMI). | |  
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Storm Gloor

Associate Professor, University of Colorado Denver
Storm Gloor, MBA, is an associate professor in the department of Music and Entertainment Industry Studies in the College of Arts & Media at the University of Colorado Denver. He teaches courses in music marketing, the future of the music business, and other subjects. For eight years, he supervised the operation of UC Denver’s award-winning student-run record label, CAM Records. In 2010, he was the recipient of the College’s Excellence in... Read More →
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Joe Rapolla

Chair, Music & Theater Arts Department, Monmouth University
Joe Rapolla is the Chair of the Music & Theater Arts Department at Monmouth University, where he oversees all student Performing Arts Programs; directs the Music Industry Program; and founded the university record label, Blue Hawk Records. A recognized music industry innovator, he built and led marketing departments at Universal and Warner Music Group, where he introduced pioneering relationship marketing programs and platforms. He also... Read More →


Wednesday May 18, 2016 9:00am - 10:00am
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