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Thursday, September 8 • 3:30pm - 4:45pm
The Changing Landscape of Publishing

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Like the rest of the music business, publishing is a changing beast.  We challenge our panellists to discuss some great songwriters and examples of how they have best capitalized on their catalogues.  Our experts also discuss new business models and how this has changed their A&R philosophies. 

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Marianna Annas

Head of ABC Music Publishing (AUS)  An experienced music lawyer and formerly at Simpsons Solicitors, Marianna has also held senior legal and business affairs roles at major record labels and music publishers including BMG Australia and BMG Music Publishing, SonyBMG Entertainment in New York, and EMI Music Australia. She was GM at Music Industry Piracy Investigations (MIPI) during 2009, and is currently Head of ABC Music Publishing and a... Read More →
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Chris Gough

Director of Native Tongue Publishing Chris is Managing Director of Native Tongue Music Publishing, an independent music publisher with offices in Melbourne, Auckland and London. Besides acquiring rights to the work of local songwriters, Native Tongue also administers the works of overseas writers and catalogues for Australia and New Zealand. Local signings include Parades, Wagons, Strange Talk, New Empire, Boy In A Box and Gossling, to name a... Read More →
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Simon Moor

Managing Director Kobalt Music Group Australia and New Zealand, General Manager Kobalt Music Group Asia, Kobalt Music Group
In 2010, following roles as Head Of A&R EMI Music and Sony/ATV, Simon Moor opened the Australian office for Kobalt Music Group as Managing Director. Simon oversees Publishing, Label Services and Neighbouring Rights for AU/NZ markets. Simon works directly with Kobalt’s extensive roster of writers and catalogues including Max Martin, Dave Grohl, Stevie Nicks, Disney Music, Gotye (Ex-ANZ), Neil Finn, Future Classic (Flume), Sweat It Out (Rufus... Read More →

Stuart Watters

Director, Morph TV (AUS) Stu Watters has been working in the music industry for over 15 years and brings with him a diverse collection of experiences. His previous roles vary broadly from being the CEO of Australian Independent Record Labels Association (AIR), running the Queensland Music Network (Q Music), serving on the Worldwide Independent Network (WIN) and holding a position on the International Honorary Committee at MIDEM for five... Read More →

Thursday September 8, 2011 3:30pm - 4:45pm
Theatre Rehearsal Room (Level 4 - Judith Wright Centre of Contemporary Arts) 420 Brunswick St, Fortitude Valley

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