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07
Sep
18

Introducing our guests: Beate Flath (University of Paderborn)

“Music Life Is Live” is the main topic of the 9th Vienna Music Business Research Days from Sep. 12-14, 2018. In presentations and discussions music business representatives and music business researchers focus this time on the political economy of music festivals and the economics of the international concert and touring business. Find the program here.

Beate Flath gives the morning keynote on “The Political Economics of Music Festivals” on September 14 from 9:15-9:45 in Joseph Haydn-Hall at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna and then moderates a panel discussion with Axel Ballreich (LiveKomm, Hamburg) Hannah Crepaz (Osterfestival Tirol, Austria), Peter Smidt (Eurosonic Noorderslag Festival, Netherlands), Martin Cloonan (University of Turku , Finland), Detlef Schwarte (Reeperbahn Festival Hamburg, Germany)

Jun.-Prof. Dr. Beate Flath studied musicology, art history and business administration at the University of Graz, Austria. Since 2015 she is junior professor for event management at Paderborn University, Germany; Current publication (in progress): Beate Flath, Martin Cloonan & Adam Behr (eds.) IASPM-journal – Special Issue: Pop music festivals and (cultural) policies (9/1, 2019), More information: www.beateflath.net.

 

 

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06
Sep
18

Introducing our guests: Axel Ballreich (LiveKomm and Concertbüro Franken)

“Music Life Is Live” is the main topic of the 9th Vienna Music Business Research Days from Sep. 12-14, 2018. In presentations and discussions music business representatives and music business researchers focus this time on the political economy of music festivals and the economics of the international concert and touring business. Find the program here.

Besides Martin Cloonan (University of Turku, Finland), Hannah Crepaz (Osterfestival Tirol, Austria), Detlef Schwarte (Reeperbahn Festival Hamburg, Germany) and Peter Smidt (Eurosonic Noorderslag, The Netherlands) Axel Ballreich is a participant in the panel discussion of “The Political Economics of Music Festivals” moderated by Beate Flath on September 14 from 9:45-11:15 in Joseph Haydn-Hall at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna.

Axel Ballreich studied sociology and finished his diploma in 1987 in Bamberg. He is promoting concerts since 1982 and is running two music clubs in Nuremburg, the Hirsch with a capacity of 700 and the Löwensaal with a capacity of 1,500. He has also promoted more than a dozen open air festivals in North Bavaria with his promoting and booking agency Concertbüro Franken. Axel Ballreich is also the co-founder and one of the CEOs of the Hamburg-based LiveMusikKommission (LiveKomm), an umbrella organization representing more than 450 music clubs and festivals in 100 German towns and municipalities.

 

 

04
Sep
18

Introducing our guests: Ernst L. Hartz (E. L. Hartz Promotion, Bonn)

“Music Life Is Live” is the main topic of the 9th Vienna Music Business Research Days from Sep. 12-14, 2018. In presentations and discussions music business representatives and music business researchers focus this time on the political economy of music festivals and the economics of the international concert and touring business. Find the program here.

Ernst L. Hartz is a participant of the panel discussion on “The International Concert and Touring Business” with Jake Beaumont-Nesbitt (International Music Managers Forum, London, UK), Harry Jenner (Frequency Festival, Austria) and Peter Jenner (Sincere Music, London, UK) moderated by Berthold Seliger from 16:15-17:30 in Joseph Haydn-Hall at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna.

Ernst-Ludwig Hartz is promoting concerts and festivals since 40 years. As a local promoter he worked with Rage against the Machine, Pink Floyd, U2, Tine Turner, Michael Jackson, Johnny Cash, Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds, Genesis, Peter Gabriel, Page & Plant, Roxy Music, Coldplay or Eminem to name just a few.

One of his festivals was the Bizarre Festival (1987-2002) – the first big alternative festival in Germany. Bands like the Foo Fighters, Beck, Iggy Pop, Rammstein, die Ärzte, die Toten Hosen, The Chemical Brothers, Korn or Faith No More played at the event.

Since 2012 with his partner Martin Nötzel he has build an open air site in the Beethoventown Bonn-Kunst!Rasen – a 9,000 capacity venue which saw artists like Lou Reed, Bob Dylan, Patti Smith, Santana, Gov’t Mule, Jan Delay & Disko No 1, BAP, Limp Bizkit, ZAZ or Deichkind. His latest coup were three shows at Roncalliplatz in Cologne(near the cathedral) which saw this summer sold out shows with Van Morrison, Patti Smith and Joan Baez.

 

 

 

03
Sep
18

Introducing our guests: Berthold Seliger (Konzertagentur Seliger, Berlin)

“Music Life Is Live” is the main topic of the 9th Vienna Music Business Research Days from Sep. 12-14, 2018. In presentations and discussions music business representatives and music business researchers focus this time on the political economy of music festivals and the economics of the international concert and touring business. Find the program here.

On September 14, Berthold Seliger (Konzertagentur Seliger, Berlin) holds a keynote on “Empire business or cultural diversity. About the reality of the concert business” from 14:00-14:45 in Joseph Haydn-Hall at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. He is also moderating the panel discussion on “The International Concert and Touring Business” with Jake Beaumont-Nesbitt (International Music Managers Forum, London, UK), Ernst L. Hartz (E. L. Hartz Promotion Bonn, Germany), Harry Jenner (Frequency Festival, Austria), Peter Jenner (Sincere Music, London, UK) from 16:15-17:30 in Haydn-Hall.

Berthold Seliger is European agent and German tour promoter for more than 30 years. He is also writing books about the business with music (“Das Geschäft mit der Musik”, 2013, 7th edition; “Klassikkampf”, 2017, 2nd edition), and his essays on cultural, musical and political issues are regularly published in newspapers and magazines in Germany, Austria and Switzerland (Berliner Zeitung, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung, Jungle World, Konkret, Versorgerin and others). He is doing lecture shows on these topics from Berlin to Beijing (www.bseliger.de).

 

 

 

 

31
Aug
18

Introducing our guests: Carsten Winter (Hanover Universiy of Music, Drama and Media)

“Music Life Is Live” is the main topic of the 9th Vienna Music Business Research Days from Sep. 12-14, 2018. In presentations and discussions music business representatives and music business researchers focus this time on the political economy of music festivals and the economics of the international concert and touring business. Find the program here.

Carsten Winter gives a short presentation with Detlef Schwarte on “Music Festival Conferences as Live Incubators of the Music Industry” within the panel discussion “The Political Economics of Music Festivals” with Hannah Crepaz (Osterfestival Tirol, Austria), Martin Cloonan (University of Turku , Finland) and Peter Smidt (Eurosonic Noorderslag, The Netherlands) on September 14 from 9:45-11:15 in Joseph Haydn-Hall at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna.

Carsten Winter is Full Professor of Media and Music Management at the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media (Germany). He researches media and culture histories, transformations and conjunctures, (strategic) media and music management, music networks and cities. His more than twenty books include Cultural Studies (with R. Bromley and U. Göttlich, 1999), Die Cultural Studies Kontroverse (with A. Hepp, The Cultural Studies controversy, 2003), Konvergenz und Medienwirtschaft (with M. Karmasin – Convergence and Media Economy, 2006), Connectivity, Network and Flows. Conceptualizing Contemporary Communications (with A. Hepp, F. Krotz and Sh. Moores, 2008). Carsten Winter is Dean of Students for all scientific programs (incl. Phd-Programs) of the Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media, Director of the MA Program “Media and Music”, one of the editors of the International Journal of Music Business Research (IJMBR), and elected Board Member of the International Music Business Research Association (IMBRA).

Find an abstract of the short presentation here.

30
Aug
18

Introducing our guests: Harry Jenner (Frequency Festival)

“Music Life Is Live” is the main topic of the 9th Vienna Music Business Research Days from Sep. 12-14, 2018. In presentations and discussions music business representatives and music business researchers focus this time on the political economy of music festivals and the economics of the international concert and touring business. Find the program here.

Harry Jenner (Frequency Festival, Austria) is one of the discussants of the panel on “The International Concert and Touring Business” moderated by Berthold Seliger (Seliger Konzertagentur, Berlin) on September 14 from 16:15-17:30. Other panelists are Peter Jenner (Sincere Management, London), who organized a number of free concerts in London’s Hyde Park which included the 1969 concert by The Rolling Stones and Jake Beaumont-Nesbitt (International Music Managers Forum, London).

Harry Jenner is is the founder and organizer of the Frequency Festival, which is one of the largest music festival in Austria with more than 200,000 visitors on four days in 2018. This year the Frequency line-up included the Gorillaz, Macklemore, Kygo and many other national and international acts. He is also the co-founder and co-organizer of the Nova Rock Festival and a shareholder of the Barracuda Holding which promotes the largest music festivals and hundreds of concerts in Austria each year.

 

 

28
Aug
18

State of the YouTube Music Economy 2.0: A Turning Point for All Parties

Another contribution by Mark Mulligan on the endless story of You Tube’s “value gap”.

Music Industry Blog

YouTube is the most widely used streaming music app globally but it is also the most controversial one, locked in a perpetual struggle with music rights holders, with neither side quite trusting the intent of the other. 2018 has already seen YouTube’s renewed focus on subscriptions as well as a European Parliament vote that could potentially remove YouTube’s safe harbour protection. Meanwhile, oblivious to these struggles, and despite the rise of audio streaming services, consumers are flocking to YouTube in ever greater numbers and, crucially, using it for music more than ever before. Back in 2016, at the height of the value gap / grab debate, MIDiA published its inaugural State of the YouTube Music Economy report. Now two years on we have just released the second edition of this landmark report. MIDiA clients have immediate access to the ‘State of the YouTube Music Economy’ report, which is also…

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