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Conference Overview

In celebration of the province’s most outstanding acts from the previous year, MusicNL Week brings in high-profile industry pros for an engaging four days of workshops and panels in beautiful Twillingate.

MUSICNL WEEK 2018 AWARD & SHOWCASE SUBMISSION GUIDE

 

Submissions will be open from June 1 – 30, 2018.

Panelists

Vel Omazic

Co-Founder & Executive Director, Canada’s Music Incubator

Jesse Mitchell

Director of Programs & Live Events, Canada’s Music Incubator (CMI)

Geoff Stairs

Project Coordinator, FACTOR

David Smallwood - Export Delegate

Board Chair/CEO, The Rotary Arts Centre, Corner Brook, NL

Erin Barnhardt - Export Delegate

Programming Manager, Arts and Culture Centres, NL

Danielle Butt

Host, OZFM Jigs and Reels

Rodney Murphy

Director, A&R, SOCAN

Dana Warren

BSW, MSW, RSW - DMW Coaching

Don-E Coady

Creative Director - Dc Design House

Polly Bolton - Export Delegate

Strada Agency, Driffield, UK

Micah Davidson - Export Delegate

President/Founder/Head of Event Division - Midwood Entertainment, Charlotte, NC, USA

Dylan Hankey - Export Delegate

Program Coordinator/Programmer Navy Pier - Arts, Culture and Events, Chicago, IL, USA

Mike Kaiz - Export Delegate

Founder/Booking Agent - Strategic Touring, Chicago, IL, USA

Justin Nordell - Export Delegate

Executive Director, Philadelphia Folk Song Society - Philadelphia, PA, USA

Bob Paterson - Export Delegate

Founder/Booking Agent, BPA Live - Bury St Edmunds, UK

Chris Greencorn - Export Delegate

Artistic Director, Stan Rogers Folk Festival - Canso, NS

Tim Hardy - Export Delegate

Co-owner/Publishing & Music Licensing, Sound of Pop - Dartmouth, NS

Kyle Merkley - Export Delegate

Director of Music & Technology/Music Supervisor, Arpix Media - Toronto, ON

Leonard Podolak - Export Delegate

Executive Producer, Home Routes - Winnipeg, MB

Mikaila Simmons - Export Delegate

Music Supervisor, instinct entertainment - Toronto, ON

Sarah Chipon - Export Delegate

Booking Agent, Atomic Music Group - Toronto, ON

Joe Lopez - Export Delegate

MJG Productions - St Paul, MN, USA

Cynthia MacLeod - Export Delegate

Artistic Director, P.E.I Mutual Festival of Small Halls - Charlottetown, PEI

Louis Robitaille - Export Delegate

Program Committee Chair/Festival, Lunenburg Folk Harbour Festival – Lunenburg, NS

Bill Roach

CBC East Coast Music Hour

Jeff Reilly

CBC East Coast Music Hour

Allistair Elliot

International Representative, AFM/CFM

Liana White

Executive Director, AFM/CFM

Luther Mallory

Live Music Producer/Performance Coach

Chala Speciale

Co-Founder, Super Social

Panels & Workshops

Oct. 11
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Social Media Marketing Workshop

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Panelists:

Chala Speciale - Co-Founder, Super Social

Join social media strategist and artist Chala Speciale of digital creative agency Super Social in this workshop designed specifically for musicians and artists looking to launch their online presence. You’ll come away from this session with the tools and methods to brand yourself, and to easily manage and grow your social media presence while still being authentic. Not your average workshop, this session includes an audit of your existing social media presence with specific, personalized feedback on how to refine YOUR use of the most valuable marketing tool available to you. Four pre-determined artists will be selected for audits of their social media presences. Chala will offer constructive criticism and pointers on how to better align your social media image with your music. To apply for a social media audit, send a brief description of why you believe you (or your artist) should be selected to abigail@musicnl.ca by October 1st at 5:00pm.   Time: 9:00am - 12:00pm Venue: Orange Lodge
Oct. 11
12:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Destroy The Stage

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Panelists:

Luther Mallory - Live Music Producer/Performance Coach

The purpose of the Destroy the Stage workshop is to challenge the comfort zones of the artists involved and push them past self-consciousness, where the real truth in performance exists, and where the audience begins to connect. This workshop is about participation, engagement and breaking down the fear wall. This workshop begins by discussing opportunity and expectation. Luther speaks with the artists about performance fear and how this negative mindspace affects their chances of achieving success in the music industry. Luther asks, “is your fear of rejection greater than your desire to succeed? Time: 12:00pm - 3:00pm Venue: Orange Lodge   Pre-registration required for this session. Click here to pre-register.
Oct. 11
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

It's Mental Presents: Mental Health in OUR Workplace - Realities and Resources for Today's Artist

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Host:

Don-E Coady - Creative Director - Dc Design House


Panelists:

Amelia Curran -

Dana Warren - BSW, MSW, RSW - DMW Coaching

From late nights on stage and in the studio, to the long roads of touring, our members experience the many struggles that come with forging a unique professional path. It takes a lot to grow success in any creative industry and we know the mental health realities that come when facing many uncertainties. Luckily, there are places to turn and the resources that are reaching more artists who need the help. Join us for an eye-opening discussion about Mental Health realities and resources that exist in our industry – with questions pre-submitted by our very own members, so all can listen and learn in a relaxed environment. Featuring the unique perspectives of Juno-Award Winning Singer/Songwriter and Mental Health Advocate, It's Mental founder Amelia Curran, and Media Manager turned Psychologist and Dana Warren, BSW, MSW, RSW certified life coach and registered therapist who co-developed the free and accessible drop in counselling program at the St. John's Women's Centre, this interactive hour will be live cast via Facebook and facilitated by Creative Director of Dc Design House and Co-founder of It's Mental, Don-E Coady.   Venue: Orange Lodge
Oct. 12
9:00 am - 10:45 am

Touring The US, Recording At Home presented by AFM/CFM

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Panelists:

Allistair Elliot - International Representative, AFM/CFM

Liana White - Executive Director, AFM/CFM

Touring the US or recording at home, we’ve got you covered! Come learn what you need to know to tour the US legally, as well as revenue streams and protecting your recording... And we’re talking big bucks, not pennies!   Booking a U.S. tour the right way takes time and research. The process and paperwork involved in crossing the border can seem daunting. This panel will provide a frank review of the process, including discussion of current requirements, fees and other related elements to legally perform in the United States.  The information provided in this discussion will help you manage the time needed, and provide solid guidance to ensure you can successfully bring your music to U.S. audiences.   Before you release your recording for sale, do the correct paperwork to register the recording, and all musicians who played on it for additional revenue. Protect yourself!! Paperwork takes time and preparation, however pays dividends in the long run. Educate yourself on how to take advantage before you release your recording for sale. Digital or hard copy!   Time: 9:30am - 10:45am Venue: Orange Lodge
Oct. 12
10:45 am - 12:00 pm

International Touring

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Panelists:

Bob Paterson - Export Delegate - Founder/Booking Agent, BPA Live - Bury St Edmunds, UK

Justin Nordell - Export Delegate - Executive Director, Philadelphia Folk Song Society - Philadelphia, PA, USA

Micah Davidson - Export Delegate - President/Founder/Head of Event Division - Midwood Entertainment, Charlotte, NC, USA

Mike Kaiz - Export Delegate - Founder/Booking Agent - Strategic Touring, Chicago, IL, USA

Sarah Chipon - Export Delegate - Booking Agent, Atomic Music Group - Toronto, ON

While many of the same principles apply to touring abroad and at home, there are also significant differences to be considered. From research to strategizing, attracting an agent and building a team to securing gigs and selling tickets, there are many factors involved with successfully taking your music to the world stage.   Venue: Orange Lodge
Oct. 12
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Get It In Writing – Understanding Contract Deal Points in the Music Biz

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Panelists:

Matt Gorman - Ocean Town Music

Written contracts are key, simple as that. Intimidating as they can be, you’ll come across them at every turn in the music business.Join Halifax-based lawyer Matt Gorman as he deconstructs the almighty contract. This session will help you understand the benefit of getting the important stuff in writing when it comes to recorded music, live performance, your professional team, and more. Helping you understand what it takes to negotiate the best deal (and know a bad one when you see it!), Matt will help to lay the foundation of contract basics within the music industry. Venue: Orange Lodge
Oct. 12
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Mixer @ Stage Head Pub

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Networking, music, times and the MusicNL Week award presentation of The Nickel Music Video of the Year.
Oct. 13
9:00 am - 10:45 am

Synch 101

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Panelists:

Kyle Merkley - Export Delegate - Director of Music & Technology/Music Supervisor, Arpix Media - Toronto, ON

Mikaila Simmons - Export Delegate - Music Supervisor, instinct entertainment - Toronto, ON

Tim Hardy - Export Delegate - Co-owner/Publishing & Music Licensing, Sound of Pop - Dartmouth, NS

Got questions? We have answers! By answering questions like "what does music licensing mean?" "what exactly gets licensed?" "who owns what?" "who gets paid and how?" and "do I have to do it all myself?" our expert panel will help you understand this highly lucrative and intricate part of the biz. Time: 9:00am - 10:45am Venue: Orange Lodge
Oct. 13
11:00 am - 12:30 pm

Music Industry Brunch @ United Church

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Delegate pass holders wishing to take in the industry brunch must RSVP to jennifer@musicnl.ca to arrange their seat. The brunch will include the presentation of all MusicNL industry awards.
Oct. 13
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Brandcamp: Look As Good As You Sound

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Panelists:

Jud Haynes -

Having the right look to represent your music could be the secret ingredient to reaching your dream goals. In this talk, graphic designer Jud Haynes (designer for Blue Rodeo, Bahamas, Hey Rosetta, The Once, and dozens more), will reveal his do’s and don’ts when crafting a brand for bands – album covers, logos, tour posters, merch, and social media. Through stories and examples, Jud will tell his journey of design and music, playing bass and releasing albums with his own bands, touring, winning awards, and now helping others do the same.   Venue: Orange Lodge
Oct. 13
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Pedal Steel Guitar Workshop with Chris LeDrew

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Chris LeDrew -


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Chris LeDrew -

Known primarily as the emotive string instrument heard in classic country music, the pedal steel guitar has always been considered a mystery by many musicians and music lovers – a complex machine consisting of levers, pedals, and rods that often leaves people scratching their heads wondering, “How does this thing work?” However, the sounds that emit from the instrument when in the hands of a knowledgeable player can be powerful and haunting all at once. Attend this seminar and learn up close and firsthand how this instrument works and how it is used as an accompanying instrument in multiple genres of music. Chris LeDrew started playing pedal steel guitar in 1999 and since that time has played on over 50 east coast albums. As a member of the 8-Track Favourites and other groups, Chris has performed at least 500 shows as a pedal steel guitarist. Chris has played at steel guitar shows in Calgary, Dallas, and St. Louis, and has attended workshops and networked with some of the best pedal steel guitarists in the world. His passion for this instrument is on par and sometimes exceeds his love of songwriting, which was his main focus for the first half of his music career. Venue: SUF/Victoria Hall Pre-registration is requred. click here to pre-register
Oct. 13
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

FACTOR One-on-Ones - Saturday

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Panelists:

Geoff Stairs - Project Coordinator, FACTOR

Meet with a FACTOR representative at Music NL Week 2018! Sign up for a private one on one meeting with FACTOR Project Coordinator, Geoff Stairs to ask questions about our programs, deadlines, eligibility, and all the other FACTOR related things you want to know.

Meetings are also available on Sunday October 14th from 10:00am to 1:00pm and will take place in the lobby of the Alphabet Fleet Inn.

Meetings are 20 minutes in length and are limited to one per artist/applicant. If you have any questions don't hesitate to contact us at communications@factor.ca.  

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Oct. 13
3:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Composing For Film and TV

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Panelists:

Adam Foran -

Rozalind MacPhail -

Join established local film composers Adam Foran and Rozalind MacPhail as they break down their creative process and demonstrate the equipment / resources they utilize for effective scoring and music placement. Participants will emerge with a better understanding of film scoring techniques, industry trends and career opportunities within the field.   Venue: Orange Lodge
Oct. 14
9:00 am - 12:00 pm

Diversity Forum @ MusicNL Week 2018

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Host:

Eleanor Dawson -


Panelists:

Cynthia MacLeod - Export Delegate - Artistic Director, P.E.I Mutual Festival of Small Halls - Charlottetown, PEI

Joanna Barker -

Justin Nordell -

Mary Beth Waldram -

Matthew Barrett -

Join MusicNL and the Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival as we discuss the unequal representation of women and racially diverse populations in the music industry of Newfoundland and Labrador. This forum will focus on how to advance diverse acts during festivals and performances in the province.

 

The goal of the diversity forum at MusicNL Week 2018 is to create a discussion about how to encourage presenters to book more diverse populations with a highlight on gender and indigenous artists. This session will be facilitated by Eleanor Dawson and will feature the expertise of presenters and artists alike. Panelists include Joanna Barker (SWIM), Mary Beth Waldram (Program Committee, Folk Festival), Justin Nordell (Executive Director, Philadelphia Folk Song Society), Cynthia MacLeod (Artistic Director, P.E.I Mutual Festival of Small Halls), Matthew Barrett (Silver Wolf Band). Artists and presenters are encouraged to attend this session at the Orange Lodge from 9AM - 12PM on Sunday, October 14, 2018.

Participants will be asked to consider questions such as what is diversity? How can we create safe spaces? What are some best practises with respect to diversity and inclusion in music programming?

 

Presenters:

Mary Beth Waldram (Bakeapple Productions, Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Festival representative)

While working full-time in the music industry for the past eleven years, Mary Beth Waldram has organized and supervised large-scale events, created successful grant proposals, and helped artist’s both in Newfoundland and Nova Scotia. Mary Beth is a graduate of Memorial University’s School of Music and NSCC’s Music Business Program. Afterwards going to on to work with many Atlantic Canadian music festivals including Halifax Pop Explosion and Lawnya Vawnya. Mary Beth currently resides in St. John’s Newfoundland and recently started her own company Bakeapple Productions.

Bakeapple Productions encompasses Mary Beth’s festival contract work, grant writing, artist consultation and tour bookings, working with many artists across the island.


Justin Nordell (Executive Director, Philadelphia Folk Song SocietY)

Justin, a perpetual arts & culture junkie, began at the Philadelphia Folksong Society, presenters of the Philadelphia Folk Festival, over a decade ago before leaving to take a job with a recording studio in Texas. Justin returned to Philadelphia, as culturally promiscuous as ever, working with the Pennsylvania Ballet, Philadelphia Film Festival, FringeArts, and even with a pit stop as Director of Business Development for a law firm, before returning to the Philadelphia Folksong Society as Executive Director in 2015. It didn't feel as if he was taking a new job - it felt as if he’d come home. In Justin’s limited spare time, he launched a national LGBT Volleyball League in the United States that has grown to fourteen cities and an annual national tournament. A founding member of Stonewall Sports Philadelphia and the US National Stonewall Sports board, Justin helped to raise over $100,000 USD for LGBT charities in 2017 alone. Justin has also taught sex and sexuality education from the elementary to the doctoral level, and is elated to bring his vast knowledge of all things queer to MusicNL.

 

Joanna Barker (SWIM, Girls Rock NL, Eastern Owl)

Born and raised in Grand Falls-Windsor, NL, Joanna Barker is a songwriter, musician, performer, arts educator, stage manager and arts programming consultant of mixed settler (Irish) and Indigenous (Mi’kmaq, Innu) heritage. She is the Co-Founder of SWIM (St. John's Womxn In Music) and a founding member of Girls Rock NL. Her 2012 album, February, was nominated for two Music NL awards and shortlisted for the Atlantis Music Prize. Joanna debuted as a Curator at Eastern Edge Art Gallery as part of the Identify Festival in April of 2018, was the guest non-fiction writer in the 2018 Spring Issue of Riddle Fence and a recipient of the 2018 YWCA Women Of Distinction awards. Currently living in St. John’s, NL, Joanna fronts the folk pop rock band, John (upcoming album, Homonyms, funded by Arts NL and The City Of St. John’s), and is a proud member of the all-womxn all-nations drum group, Eastern Owl (upcoming album, Qama'si, funded by Arts NL).

Cynthia MacLeod (Artistic Director, P.E.I Mutual Festival of Small Halls)

Cynthia MacLeod is the Artistic Director for the PEI Mutual Festival of Small Halls (2018 Music PEI Event of the Year recipient & 2018 ECMA Event of the Year nominee). This annual event takes place from June 9-23, 2019 in small rural halls and community venues across Prince Edward Island. Performers in the genres of roots/traditional, folk, bluegrass, gospel, blues, storytelling, and dance headline a variety of events including concerts, storytelling circles, workshops, children’s shows, and late night events.

 

Matthew Barrett (Silver Wolf Band):

Matthew Barrett is a well respected and in demand musician in his home town of Happy Valley Goose Bay, Labrador. A graduate of St. Francis Xavier, he is a member of Silver Wolf Band, Manager of the Lawrence O’Brien Arts centre, past chair of the Melville Music Festival Committee, 2-time MusicNL nominated music educator for teaching piano, a member of the Atlantic presenters Association, Atlantic Moves and devoted husband and father. He’s Indigenous and enjoys hunting and going off on the land in his spare time.

Eleanor Dawson (FacilitatoR):

Eleanor Dawson is a graduate of Memorial University of Newfoundland. She has been involved in the cultural community of Newfoundland and Labrador for the past thirty years in a variety of production, administrative and managerial roles. From 2000 – 2015, Eleanor worked with the provincial Department of Tourism, Culture and Recreation as Director of Arts where she was developed numerous cultural projects throughout the province.  She currently works as a consultant in the arts, heritage and tourism sectors. Past President of both the Newfoundland and Labrador Folk Arts Society and the Newfoundland Historical Society, she currently sits on the Boards of: Business and Arts NL; Winterset in Summer Literary Festival; Community Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador, Fogo Island Arts and the Atlantic Film Festival. In 2016, Eleanor was awarded the Industry Builder Award by MusicNL.

 
Oct. 14
9:30 am - 11:30 am

Ask CMI Anything!

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Panelists:

Jesse Mitchell - Director of Programs & Live Events, Canada’s Music Incubator (CMI)

Vel Omazic - Co-Founder & Executive Director, Canada’s Music Incubator

Join Canada’s Music Incubator for a casual and candid conversation about any music industry-related questions or challenges you may have as a self-managed artist and artist manager. All topics and questions are welcome (ex: financial, legal, rights & royalties, marketing, shows/touring or whatever else is on your mind/plate).   Venue: Orange Lodge CMI will be represented by: Jesse Mitchell, Director Programs & Live Events Vel Omazic, Co-Founder & Executive Director
Oct. 14
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Creative Interactive Rhythm Event facilitated by Tom Alteen, Musubi Drum Circles

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Host:

Tom Alteen -


Panelists:

Tom Alteen -

Creative Interactive Rhythm Event Facilitated by Tom Alteen, Musubi Drum Circles http://www.musubidrumcircles.com   Objectives: This workshop is designed to ease you into Sunday morning and will: Introduce the participants to the joy of recreational hand drumming and world rhythms Provide an environment that will promote spontaneous creativity and synergy that will assist the attendees to find their own respective sense of rhythm   What is a Drum Circle?: A drum circle is a gathering of people who have a common interest in sharing music and celebrating life. It is "music in the moment" and is basically a big percussive jam of sorts. Everyone is in the band. Tom will offer a rhythm to start things rolling (no pun intended) and a groove will spontaneously evolve. Tom is a trained drum circle facilitator and besides supplying the hand-percussion instruments, will coordinate/orchestrate the drum circle to ensure that the attendees: Have fun Are able to express themselves Can reduce their stress Have a forum to socialize and meet new people Exercise their minds, bodies, and spirits Develop/improve their musical talents including their sense of rhythm, ability to play with others, and improvisation skills For more information, please see the Musubi Drum Circles’ “Frequently Asked Questions” webpage available at: http://www.musubidrumcircles.com/faq.php   Workshop Concept: All of us have likely at some time or another heard and enjoyed the beautiful chimes and bells from public clocks and churches. Imagine, if you will, chimes and bells having in the background foundational hand-percussion rhythms and being embellished by participants improvising as the experience evolves. How can this happen you may ask? Being a professional drum circle facilitator, Tom Alteen will seed with rhythms and will sculpt the sound (much like an orchestra conductor) to give the attendees a creative rhythm experience. Chimes and bells will resonate on cue over the background of foundational and improvised rhythms.   Workshop Outline: The first half hour of the session will include a brief warm-up and instrument “show and tell.” Attendees will be provided with light percussion instruments including bells, woods, shakers, and boomwhackers. The session will bridge into the second half hour with the inclusion of various world hand drums including djembes, ashikos, doumbeks, bongos, and frame drums. The rhythm event will conclude with a short cool-down.   Prerequisites: No previous hand-drumming experience is required. If you have a heart beat you can drum. Who May Be Interested And Benefit?: Novice and professional drummers alike participate at drum circles. Generally, drum circles are recognized as contributing to the individual's overall wellness. Who May Attend?: This session is a family-friendly rhythm event. All are welcome however children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by a legal guardian. Dancers and spectators are also welcome.   Venue: SUF/Victoria Hall Pre-registration is required - CLICK HERE TO PRE-REGISTER
Oct. 14
10:00 am - 1:00 pm

FACTOR One-On-Ones - Sunday

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Panelists:

Geoff Stairs - Project Coordinator, FACTOR

Meet with a FACTOR representative at Music NL Week 2018! Sign up for a private one on one meeting with FACTOR Project Coordinator, Geoff Stairs to ask questions about our programs, deadlines, eligibility, and all the other FACTOR related things you want to know.

Meetings are also available on Saturday October 13th from 2:00pm to 4:00pm and will take place in the lobby of the Alphabet Fleet Inn.

Meetings are 20 minutes in length and are limited to one per artist/applicant. If you have any questions don't hesitate to contact us at communications@factor.ca.  

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Oct. 14
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

Radio Play How-To For Artists

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Host:

Melissa Tobin -


Panelists:

Bill Roach - CBC East Coast Music Hour

Danielle Butt - Host, OZFM Jigs and Reels

Jeff Reilly - CBC East Coast Music Hour

Join members of the Atlantic Canadian and provincial radio scenes in this session that will introduce you to the mysterious ways of radio play! Hear their perspectives from different regions as they discuss what catches their ear when seeking content for their radio shows. Here’s your chance to ask the burning questions you have about getting your music on the radio - how to market yourself, how to make the connection, and how to pitch yourself as a contender for that precious airtime.   Moderated by Melissa Tobin, MusicNL Board of Directors Venue: Orange Lodge
Oct. 14
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Diversifying Revenue Streams

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Host:

Rozalind MacPhail -


Panelists:

Dan Rubin -

Geoff Stairs - Project Coordinator, FACTOR

Rodney Murphy - Director, A&R, SOCAN

Tim Hardy - Export Delegate - Co-owner/Publishing & Music Licensing, Sound of Pop - Dartmouth, NS

Publishing, streaming and royalties, how do you make money in the music industry? This session will delve into the passive ways artists can earn money without leaving home. Presenters will explain the income sources which musicians can access. Organizational representatives will show you how to log live performances with SOCAN, register mechanical rights with CMRRA, the basics of sync licensing and neighbouring rights in recordings. Presenters will also explain the details of the AFM Special Payments Fund as well as streaming and downloading royalties.   Venue: Orange Lodge

News | October 22, 2018

MusicNL Week 2018 Award Winners

MusicNL is excited to announce the 2018 MusicNL industry and music award winners. Leading the way are Fortunate Ones and Mark Bragg with three awards each. Rum Ragged and Rube ...

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News | October 02, 2018

FACTOR One-On-One Registration Open!

Sign up now for your chance to meet with the fine funding folks at FACTOR at Music NL Week 2018! Sign up for a private one on one meeting with FACTOR Project Coordinator, Geoff St...

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News | September 26, 2018

ACCOMMODATIONS IN TWILLINGATE, NL

Accommodations for MusicNL Week - October 10-14, 2018 Please book your accommodations soon. If you have any questions or concerns regarding this listings, please contact gillian@m...

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