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Tuesday, September 27 • 1:00pm - 2:00pm
Current Music Licensing Issues Created by Streaming Services

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Entertainment law bloggers David Oxenford and Coe Ramsey discuss how the music licensing system is being impacted by streaming, which is overtaking other forms of music consumption. How will artists get paid? How are the music industry battles for diminishing revenue streams being played out?

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David Oxenford

Mr. Oxenford is the author of the Broadcast Law Blog. David is a partner at the law firm of Wilkinson Barker Knauer LLP, in its DC office. He has represented broadcasters for over 30 years on a wide array of matters from the negotiation and structuring of station purchase and sale agreements to regulatory matters. His regulatory expertise includes all areas of broadcast law including the FCC’s multiple ownership limitations, the political... Read More →
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Coe Ramsey

Mr. Ramsey is a partner at Brooks Pierce. His practice focuses on entertainment and communications law. Coe’s practice includes representation of major recording artists and producers, development and A&R companies, bands, musicians, singers, songwriters, record companies, publishers, music producers, re-mixers, disc jockeys, and other artists. He represents clients on various matters relating to the music entertainment business, including... Read More →

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