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Digital Hollywood, Santa Monica
Wednesday, June 13th
10:45 AM - Noon
Track II:
Digital Music & its Transformation: Downloads and Subscriptions in Mobile, Broadband, Pods & Digital and Internet Radio
In this year of the continued rollout of new music services as well as the arrival of broadband, mobile and wireless. Music is available to the consumer, all over, all the time. Digital radio and Internet radio are emerging. Technology and music seem to have taken that relationship to the next level and the consumer seems to understand and embrace it. In this session, rather than looking at the file-sharing past, we will look to the new technology future. After the lawsuits, after the consolidation, after the first attempts at music subscription and download, we will in this session, try to evaluate what the new music industry is going to look like. The era of digital music delivery is here, but the details of how the industry will be structured are still confusing. What will digital radio mean? What about all those music channels on satellite and cable? What are the different ways that the consumer will access music in the future? And will they be willing to pay for it at acceptable levels to sustain the industry?
Jeremy Welt, Vice President New Media, Warner Bros Records
Scott Boyd, Director of Music Industry Relations, AOL® Music, the AOL® Radio Network and Spinner
Mark Mooradian, Senior Vice President Business Development and Partner Relations, MusicNet
David Krinsky, Director, Label Relations, RealNetworks
Paul Sinclair, VP of Business and Product Development, Atlantic Records
Martin Jung, Partner, KPMG
Daniel Cohen, Senior Director, Musiwave Americas
Rick Bolander, Managing Partner, Gabriel Venture Partners, Moderator

Scott Boyd, Director of Music Industry Relations, AOL® Music, the AOL® Radio Network and Spinner: Scott Boyd is a Director of Music Industry Relations for AOL® Music, the AOL® Radio Network and Spinner.com. Mr. Boyd is responsible for developing and managing music programming and production for aolmusic.com, the AOL Music and Radio Networks and Spinner.com. He also oversees programming for AOL Music On Demand, the #1 free video on demand service on Time Warner Cable, and manages AOL Music’s relationship with Apple iTunes. Prior to joining AOL, Mr. Boyd served as an A&R representative for Time Bomb Recordings, and was a manager at Rebel Waltz Management, working with artists including No Doubt, Social Distortion, Chris Cornel and The Offspring. Mr. Boyd graduated Phi Beta Kappa with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from the University of Colorado at Boulder.

Mark Mooradian, Senior Vice President Business Development and Partner Relations, oversees worldwide business development, marketing, strategy, and partner relations for the company and is responsible for identifying, expanding and managing MusicNet's global roster of distribution partners. In addition, he is responsible for marketing, strategy and public relations on a global basis. Prior to joining MusicNet, Mr. Mooradian was Vice President and Senior Analyst at Jupiter Media Metrix where he was responsible for music, media and entertainment research from 1995 to 2002. In addition to keynoting and moderating Jupiter and other industry conferences, Mr. Mooradian also managed Plug.In, an international online music conference. Mr. Mooradian was widely quoted as an expert in national publications including The Wall Street Journal, New York Times and BusinessWeek, and television appearances on CNN, CNBC and FoxNews as an analyst at Jupiter. Before becoming Vice President, Mr. Mooradian was group director of Jupiter’s Consumer Content Group, which published research covering the major online services and portals, as well as traditional media and entertainment companies’ online ventures. Previously, Mr. Mooradian came from International Creative Management, where he worked with writers and directors, and raised international financing of client projects. Mr. Mooradian received his BA in Psychology from University of California, San Diego and a joint BA in English and American Literature from University of Kent at Canterbury, England.

Jeremy Welt, VP New Media for Warner Bros Records, has more than a decade of experience in new media, music and entertainment. In his role at Warner Bros, Jeremy uses new media to market and develop Warner Bros roster of artists including Red Hot Chili Peppers, Madonna, Eric Clapton, Josh Groban, Mike Jones, and many more. Warner Bros was the number one label in sales for 2005, and the number one digital label in 2004 and 2005. Prior to Warner Bros, Jeremy was head of New Media for Maverick Records, and launched dozens of groundbreaking new media campaigns, including the first sale of digital music for the Warner Music Group with Alanis Morissette, and early wireless innovation with the first WMG voice ringer and premium SMS ringtones for several Maverick artists. Early in his career, Jeremy worked at Rick Rubin’s American Recordings, one of the first labels to use new media and streaming audio technology. Before committing to new media, Jeremy worked behind the scenes as an assistant engineer at the Village Recorder with artists ranging from Dr Dre to Eric Clapton.

David Krinsky, Director, Label Relations, RealNetworks: David Krinsky is the Director of Label Relations for RealNetworks' music properties, primarily focusing on Rhapsody, Real's acclaimed and award-winning subscription and download service. Krinsky works with artists, labels and other music outlets to arrange strategic content and promotional initiatives, all with the goal of helping users discover more music they love through Rhapsody. In addition to working with Real's strategic partners, like Best Buy, Krinsky also oversees Rhapsody's various music programs, including the Rhapsody Originals live content series and the Ones To Watch developing artist program. Prior to working for Real, Krinsky served as Executive Producer at Rollingstone.com, GetMusic.com and other sites, having first entered the digital world while at BMG Distribution in 1998.



Martin Jung is a Principal at KPMG LLP in Seattle, Washington where he serves a variety of domestic and international clients. In this role, Mr. Jung helps his clients identify and address risks related to data protection, revenue assurance, digital commerce and governance. Mr. Jung has extensive experience serving clients in the high-technology, software, and telecommunications industries. He is active in both the International Association of Privacy Professionals and the Information Systems Audit and Control Association. Mr. Jung has assisted his clients with the development and deployment of enterprise data protection and security policies and programs, and the creation and implementation of revenue assurance training and risk assessment programs. He is a graduate of the University of Washington in Seattle.





Daniel Cohen, Senior Director, Musiwave Americas: Based in New York City, Daniel is responsible both for Musiwave's North American business development activities and for Musiwave's relationships throughout the world with key content providers in the music and entertainment industries. Daniel's professional experience combines two complementary careers: first as a barrister in London, and more recently, as a business affairs manager in several major record and music publishing companies. Most recently, he was the business affairs manager at BMG UK & Ireland, based in London. Prior to that, he was the business affairs manager at BMG Music Publishing UK. Before working at BMG, he was in the business and legal affairs department at Warner/Chappell Music Publishing. Daniel holds a Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Bristol.







Rick Bolander, Managing Director, co-founded Gabriel Venture Partners, an early-stage venture capital firm committed to building capital-efficient market leaders by actively assisting entrepreneurs. Rick sought to create a firm with a specific organizational structure and core competencies designed to achieve this goal of building the next generation of industry leaders by identifying the best entrepreneurs and working side by side with them to win. His strong venture capital record is a reflection of not only his effectiveness as a mentor, but also his ability to pick winning value propositions and market trends. Prior to co-founding Gabriel Venture Partners, Rick spent four years with Chicago-based Apex Investment Partners where he was a General Partner.