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Shocklee At 2014 International CES — Shocklee Entertainment Universe ● The Future Frequency

Shocklee At 2014 International CES

shockleewebpic_ces2014The 2014 International CES is taking place in Las Vegas, starting officially on January 7th for a week full of all the latest and future consumer electronics, technology and entertainment to come. Reportedly this upcoming show will hit 2 million square feet of exhibition space making it the biggest EVER. And that’s just the show floor.

Shocklee Entertainment will be in the house taking part in a number of panels, events and parties. Below are just some things to put on your calendar, if you plan on being in town for the show and want to meet get in touch.

2014 International CES

Monday January 6, 2014
Digital Music at 2014 International CES
2:00 PM – 2:50 PM
Las Vegas Convention Center [Room N262, North Hall]

Digital Media Wire presents this half-day program that brings together top music industry leaders to discuss the business issues of the day from new revenue models for recorded music to digital copyrights to the future of Internet radio. The event explores some of the most significant tech-music partnerships behind recent successes as the industry continues to evolve from a packaged good business to a digital business.


The Digital Copyright Debate: What Needs to Change?
A common complaint of entrepreneurs attempting to license music for digital music-based services is that the current laws governing music licensing are too complex and unfavorable to digital music start-ups. In this panel, we will hear from experts in the field as they discuss what’s working and what’s not under the current laws? What are the arguments for and against reform? In an ideal world, what changes should be made or not?


Michael Petricone, SVP, Government Affairs, Consumer Electronics Association [CEA]
Hank Shocklee, Music Producer & President, Shocklee Entertainment [BOMB SQUAD, Public Enemy]
Brandon Martinez, CEO & Co-Founder, INDMUSIC
Maurice Russell, SVP of Client Services, Harry Fox Agency

Ned Sherman, CEO & Publisher, Digital Media Wire

Tuesday January 7, 2014
CEA Innovation Policy Summit
11:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Las Vegas Convention Center [Room N254, North Hall]

Stop Fighting and Fix It: Making Music Licensing Work for Innovators, Artists and Consumers
The music licensing system is broken. Different technologies are assessing different licensing rates seemingly at random and investors shy away. Some artists benefit from new revenue streams. Some claim underpayment. How can we modernize our anachronistic music licensing system to benefit entrepreneurs, musicians and consumers?


Hank Shocklee, Music Producer & President, Shocklee Entertainment [BOMB SQUAD, Public Enemy]
Dave Allen, Director of Interactive Strategy, NORTH
Michael Weinberg, Acting Co-President, Public Knowledge
Steven M. Marks, Chief, Digital Business and General Counsel, RIAA

Molly Wood, Technology Reporter, Independent


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