Mondo.NYC and the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) have announced a collaborative relationship to design and present multiple panels at the inaugural Mondo.NYC summit and festival to be held September 14-18 at New York University’s Helen and Martin Kimmel Center and at music venues across Manhattan and Brooklyn.
Among a broad spectrum of topics connecting innovators in music, technology and content in a shared mission to empower artists and advance ideas in an ever-evolving music business, Mondo.NYC will feature 11 panels presented over the three-day business summit concentrating on the topics of music streaming, music publishing and music-related policy. Conference organizers consulted leaders from across the music business, including the RIAA, to devise an informative and substantive discussion on many of the key issues confronting the modern music industry. Business leaders from the worlds of music and technology will offer their insights on these and related topics.
Mondo.NYC’s Managing Director Bobby Haber states, “As we launch Mondo for leaders and pioneers in the music, technology and media industries, we are honored to present a slate of mission critical panels in collaboration with the RIAA. The RIAA’s expertise and mission is ever more crucial today as the volatile music space enters an exciting new era, rife with challenges and opportunities.”
“There are so many critical, complex and challenging issues facing today’s music community,” said Cary Sherman, Chairman and CEO of the RIAA. “Now more than ever, our community would greatly benefit from a thoughtful and informed conversation. We’re pleased to work with Bobby and the Mondo team on what should be an essential conference for anyone working in the music business.”