Introducing our guests: Phil Graham (Universiy of the Sunshine Coast, Australia)

In the 10th anniversary Vienna Music Business Research Days on the “Future of the Music Business” at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna (Anton-von-Webern-Platz 1, 1030 Vienna/Austria) music business researchers and music business professionals look into the recent past of the music industry to learn more about its future. Find the program here.

Phil Graham will present his recent book “Music, Management, Marketing, and Law. Interviews Across the Music Business Value Chain” in Fanny Hensel-Hall at mdw – University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna on September 11, 2019 from 19:30-21:30 before he will participate in panel discussion on “Big data and the Digital Music Business” with Nermina Mumic (Legitary, Vienna), Peter Jenner (Sincere Music, London) and Daniel Nordgård (University of Agder, Norway).

On Sep. 12, Phil Graham will also present a paper entitled “Implications of the digital economy for independent musical labour Or: Global ‘craft’ economies” in track B of the Conference Track Day (Fanny Hensel-Hall) from 14:00-14:45.

Last but not least Phil is one of the discussants on the “Future of the Music Business – What’s Next after Music Streaming?” in Joseph Haydn-Hall from 16:00-17:30 on Sep. 13th with Rebecca Brook (music industry consultant, London, UK), Pete Downton (7digital, London, UK) and Michael Smellie (Start-up investor, Brisbane, Australia) moderated by Dennis Collopy (University of Hertfordshire, UK).

Phil Graham is Professor and Head of School, Creative Industries, at Australia’s University of the Sunshine Coast. Before becoming an academic, Phil made a living as a musician, composing, producing, and performing for all areas of the Creative Industries. As an academic, he has written over 120 academic papers and books, as well as producing hundreds of creative outputs as part of his research. His most recent book is Music, Management, Marketing, and Law (Springer). Phil continues to produce music for commercial contexts when time and opportunity permits.




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