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21
Dec
15

Call-for-papers: Young Scholars’ Workshop 2016

The Young Scholars’ Workshop, as part of the 7th Vienna Music Business Research Days (Vienna, Austria), invites once again young researchers to submit paper abstracts of all disciplines exploring questions that help understand economic and managerial problems as well as processes of the music business sector and in the field of music management. There are many questions that call for investigation and need to be discussed in music business research, for example:

  • What drives innovation in the music business sector?
  • How can we scientifically understand and differentiate music business models?
  • What do we know about critical success factors? Have success factors changed over time – and has music business (entrepreneurship) changed in general?
  • What rationalities affect this very “personal” industry?
  • What does it mean to be self-managed in the music business?
  • What can we learn about the customer’s willingness to pay for music recordings or related goods?
  • Who will control the future music market, e.g., startups or Apple?
  • How can we understand the role of brands and the music industry?
  • And how can music business research support efforts for innovative business models?

 

These research questions are not exhaustive, papers may also address other aspects.

The workshop organizers Prof. Dr. Carsten Winter (Hanover University of Music, Drama and Media) and Prof. Dr. Peter Tschmuck (University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna) strongly encourage submissions from students at all levels of MA & PhD. Students are supposed to work on their MA or PhD thesis and discuss it with senior researchers of music business research.

Abstracts (of about 1,000 characters) are due by April 30, 2016, and full papers (15-30 pages) are due by August 31, 2016. Only abstracts and papers submitted on time will be considered.

A maximum of 6-8 papers will be selected for presentation to guarantee a workshop atmosphere. The sessions will combine paper presentations and discussions including interactive elements. Information on the acceptance of the paper proposal will be sent until June 1, 2016, at the latest.

Please email your submission to viennamusicresearch@hmkw.de

Paper proposals and final papers must be submitted as pdf documents and should include contact information, at least affiliation, e-mail address, telephone number and postal address of the author(s).

Click here for a pdf-version of the call-for-papers

 

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27
Oct
15

International Journal of Music Business Research – October 2015, vol. 4, no. 2

For the first time the IJMBR is published  by the International Music Business Research Association (IMBRA) that was founded on Oct. 2nd, 2015 at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna/Austria. The October 2015 issue opens with a fundamental article, “Life is live: Experiencing music in the digital age”, by Beate Flath of University of Paderborn/Germany. She highlights how digitisation has dramatically changed the experience of music reception. Based on Alvin Toffler’s concept of prosumption, she argues that the separation between active music producers and passive music consumers has become porous. José M. Alvarez-Monzoncillo and Juan Calvi of the Rey Juan Carlos University in Madrid/Spain contribute the second article on “Music consumption in Spain: From analogue to digital in the shaping of music”. They argue that consumption of digital music takes place in a new type of mass market, that is even more concentrated than in the decades before. They based their arguments on a comparative study indicating that there is no difference between music consumed on digital channels, on the radio or in physical formats. The October issue closes with “The Evolution of music blogs: From a fan’s passion to a promotional outlet” by Beatrice Jetto of the University of Technology and Charles Sturt University in Sydney/Australia. She argues that record labels “went from suing blogs for digital copyright infringements to collaborating with them for the promotion of their artists”. She highlights four different phases in the evolution of music blogging: (1) the amateur phase; (2) the diversification phase; (3) the promotional phase and (4) the professional phase.

 

Volume 4, no 2, October 2015

Editorial by Peter Tschmuck, pp. 4-6

Beate Flath: Life is live: Experiencing music in the digital age, pp. 7-26

José María Álvarez Monzoncillo & Juan Calvi: Music consumption in Spain: From analogue to digital in the shaping of music, pp. 27-48

Beatrice Jetto: The evolution of music blogs: From a fan’s passion to a promotional outlet, pp. 49-72

 

 

 

09
Oct
15

6th Vienna Music Business Research Days in Retrospective

VMBRD-logo“Financing Music in the Digital Age” was this year’s main topic of the 6th Vienna Music Business Research Days 2015 held at the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna. International music experts and music business researchers approached this topic from different perspectives on the third conference day on Oct. 1.

However, the conference started with the Young Scholars’ Workshop on September 29. Graduate and PhD students from Brazil, Ecuador, Germany, Hungary, Norway and Poland presented their theses in a closed workshop in group of highly regarded music business/industry researchers. The best paper of the Young Scholars’ Workshop was awarded to Abner Pérez of the Universidad de las Americas Quito, Ecuador for his paper “Compulsory Licensing in the Recording Industry”. The paper will be published in the International Journal of Music Business Research (IJMBR).

The second conference day on September 30, was devoted to academic music business research. Scholars from the Australia, Austria, China, Brazil, Germany, the Netherlands and Spain highlighted in their papers the results of their music business/industry research.

The third conference day was then held in cooperation with the Waves Music Festival & Conference, Vienna & Bratislava.

For a detailed coverage of the entire conference– including most of the papers and presentation slides as well as the audio and video streams of almost all talks and discussions of Oct 1 – please click here.

Continue reading ‘6th Vienna Music Business Research Days in Retrospective’

28
Sep
15

6th Vienna Music Business Research Days, Sep. 29 – Oct.1, 2015

VMBRD-logoThe 6th Vienna Music Business Research traditionally start with the Young Scholars’ Workshop in the Large Conference Room of the Institute for Cultural Management and Cultural Studies (IKM) at 9:00am on September 29, 2015. Graduate and PhD students from Brazil, Ecuador, Germany, Hungary, Norway and Poland will present their theses in a closed workshop to highly regarded music business/industry research who will comment on and discuss the papers.

The second conference day on September 30, will be devoted to academic music business research in Joseph Haydn-Hall in the main building of the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna from 9:00am to 18:00pm. Scholars from the Australia, Austria, China, Brazil, Germany, Iran, the Netherlands and Spain will highlight current results of their reseach on the music business/industry.

“Financing Music in the Digital Age” is the main topic of the third conference day in Joseph Haydn-Hall of the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna  from 9:00am to 17:00pm on October 1. The conference day will be opened at by Dagmar Abfalter (University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna) with a paper – co-authored by Serge Poisson-de Haro (HEC Montreal) – answering the question is “Opera Streaming a New Revenue Source?” . In the following panel discussion – conducted by Dagmar AbfalterLuke O’Shaughnessy (The Oper Platform, Brussels), Christof Papousek (Cineplexx International GmbH, Vienna), Christopher Widauer (Vienna State Opera) and Robert Zimmermann (Berlin Phil Media GmbH of the Berlin Philharmonic Orchestra) will discuss on “The Economic Relevance of Classical Music Streaming” from 10:15-11:15.

Before lunch – from 11:45-12:30 – Kieran Garvey, Policy Programmes Manager and Research Associate at the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, will highlight the role of “Alternative Financing of Music” with a special focus on music crowfunding.

After lunch – from 14:00-14:45 – start-up entreneur Andreas Mahringer and business “angelina” Selma Prodanovich will unveil the processes and structures behind start-up funding in a case study on the Viennese-based music start-up Record Bird.

Andreas and Selma will then participate in the following panel disuccion – conducted by journalist Jakob Steinschaden – on “Music Start-up Funding in the Digitized Music Economy”. The other panelists are Michael Breidenbrücker (co-founder of LastFM; speedinvest, Vienna and London) and Peter Jenner (Sincere Management, London).

The conference will be closed with awarding the best paper of the Young Scholars’ Workshop in Joseph Haydn-Hall of the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna at 17:00 on October 1, 2015.

 

Find more details on the conference program here: https://musicbusinessresearch.wordpress.com/vienna-music-business-research-days-2/

 

The conference day on October 1 will be audio live-streamed here: http://www.mdw.ac.at/mdwMediathek/livestream/ and please follow us on Twitter and Facebook.

 

Tickets for passive participation of EUR 40.- are available on Ticketgarden: https://www.ticketgarden.com/en-at/tickets/vienna-music-business-research-days-2015/

The tickets are also valid to visit the Waves Music Conference that also take place at University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna on October 1, 2015.

 

Conference site & how to get there

Ticketing and conference accomodation

 

27
Sep
15

Introducing our guests: Kieran Garvey (Cambridge University)

Foto Kieran GarveyThe 6th Vienna Music Business Research Days 2015 focus on “Financing Music in the Digital Age”. International experts and academics discuss new and alternative revenue sources for the music scene such as music streaming for the classic music business, crowdfunding and business angel funding.

Since Bryan Zhang cannot participate in the Vienna Music Business Research Days 2015 due to health problems, his colleague, Kieran Garvey, will talk about “Alterative Financing of Music” in Joseph Haydn-Hall from 11:45-12:30 on October 1.

Kieran Garvey is the Policy Programmes Manager and Research Associate at the Cambridge Centre for Alternative Finance, helping to coordinate and deliver the Centre’s world class, alternative finance benchmarking reports. He is also involved in developing the Centre’s policy development networks, seeking to balance the promotion of financial innovation in the industry, while also ensuring investor interests are safeguarded.

Previously, Kieran was the Head of Partnership at Crowdcube, a leading equity crowdfunding platform, where he helped establish their presence in London and Northern England. He was also responsible for sourcing and securing 40 companies that went on to raise over €20 million. His role focussed on building strategic partnerships with a wide array of organisations, supporting all manner of entrepreneurs across a wide range of sectors and stages.

Prior to this, Kieran was a Parliamentary Crowdfunding Advisor helping to establish the All-Party Parliamentary Group on Crowdfunding and Non-Bank Finance. He also ran the day-to-day operations of the UK Crowdfunding Association, representing all crowdfunding models to promote the sector as a valuable and viable means to raise funds to the public, press and policymakers. Before this, he established a microfinance venture in Vietnam, inspired by Kiva.

25
Sep
15

Introducing our guests: Christopher Widauer (Vienna State Opera)

Foto Christopher WidauerThe 6th Vienna Music Business Research Days 2015 focus on “Financing Music in the Digital Age”. International experts and academics discuss new and alternative revenue sources for the music scene such as music streaming for the classic music business, crowdfunding and business angel funding.

Christopher Widauer, Head of Digital Development at the Vienna State Opera, will participate in the discussion on “The Economic Relevance of Classical Music Streaming” in Joseph Haydn-Hall of the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna from 10:15-11:15 on October 1, 2015.

Christopher Widauer studies and works at Department of Philosophy, Salzburg and was then an arts manager in Germany and Austria, e.g. at Schubertiade Hohenems and as director of Styriarte Festival in Graz with Nikolaus Harnoncourt. From 1988-1991, he Developed a ticketing software that was installed in venues such as Viennese Konzerthaus Vienna, Salzburg Festival or Elbphilharmonie Hamburg. In 1989, he founded a puppet theatre for contemporary literature and music, touring internationally and playing at important festivals such as Biennale di Venezia, Bregenz, Lucerne, Kiev, Seoul, Bangkok, or Paris. From 2010-2013, he was Head of Theatre Department for Vienna’s City Councillor of Cultural Affairs. Since 2013, he is Head of Digital Development at Vienna State Opera, by developing and implementing a live broadcast programme that was launched in fall 2013.

 

 

24
Sep
15

Introducing our guests: Christof Papousek (Cineplexx International GmbH)

Foto Christof PapousekThe 6th Vienna Music Business Research Days 2015 focus on “Financing Music in the Digital Age”. International experts and academics discuss new and alternative revenue sources for the music scene such as music streaming for the classic music business, crowdfunding and business angel funding.

Christof Papousek, CFO of the Cineplexx International GmbH, will be joining the discussion on “The Economic Relevance of Classical Music Streaming” in Joseph Haydn-Hall of the University of Music and Performing Arts Vienna from 10:15-11:15 on October 1, 2015.

Christof Papousek has a high school degree in technical engineering and made his master of business administration at Vienna University of economy and commerce. He is specialized in accountancy, tax law and revision. During his studies he worked already as audit assistant at KPMG where he joined as a consultant after his university degree. After a couple of years of consulting and auditing work, Christof Papousek joined Constantin-Film group of companies, where he reconstructed the financial department and company structure. In 2004 he became managing director and in 2008 he joined as entrepreneur and Co-share holder in the international cinema operation. He is also covering several functions in the Austrian chamber of commerce representing film & cinema industry.

 

 




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