Shibuya Venue Seminar Information

We are pleased to announce the schedule for 16th TIMM business seminar panels. In these seminars, to help develop Japanese music in the overseas markets, focusing on noteworthy trends, we will hold eight seminars with various speakers and moderators,from the domestic and international music markets.

Oct.28 (Mon)

■Venue
TIMM Seminar Room 1
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Shibuya Venue Oct.28 Seminar Information

Co-organizer : MCIP Holdings Co.,LTD
Report on the Songwriting Camp Held in Taipei Geared Toward the Asian Market

■Date & TIME
Oct.28 (Mon) 10:00 - 11:30

■OUTLINE
Participants of the songwriting camp held in September 2019 in Taiwan will provide a report of the camp and speak about the potential for co-writing in the Asian region in the form of a panel discussion.

Moderator:
Ryo Ito 

Producer/Songwriter, Magonodaimade Production

Speaker:
Ippei Haino 

Vice President, Label Group 1, Sony Music Labels Inc.

Speaker:
Justin Cho 

Creative Director, One Asia Music Inc.

Speaker:
JerryC

Chairman, Yellout Music
A&R Director, Sony Music Entertainment TW

VTubers Now and in the Future; Strategies and Prospects

■Date & TIME
Oct.28 (Mon) 12:00 - 13:30

■OUTLINE
They appear in TV commercials and shows, on the news, and perform as music artists. VTubers are a new category of performer finding an increasing number of opportunities to be in the limelight. We have invited 3 leaders of the VTube industry to TIMM to speak about the current state of the industry and an exploration of its issues and future possibilities, such as overseas expansion, from a music perspective.

Moderator:
Tadashi Nagatani

President, Highball, Inc 

Speaker:
Ryosuke Tanaka 

President, VIC inc.

Speaker:
Takeshi Osaka

CEO, Activ8 Inc.

■Date & TIME
Oct.28 (Mon) 14:00 - 15:30

■OUTLINE
Japan’s live entertainment industry is entering a period of transformation toward the realisation of an inclusive society. Raising awareness of disabling barriers and promoting understanding of LGBTQ are now common themes around the world. In this seminar, UK live music accessibility charity Attitude is Everything will share their work supporting the UK’s live music industry to improve accessibility for disabled fans and artists. The session will end with a panel discussion on the key things Japan’s industry can do to break down barriers to participation in live music.

Moderator:
Manami Yuasa

Head of Arts, British Council

Speaker:
Gideon Feldman

Head of Programmes, Attitude is Everything

Speaker:
Jacob Adams

Head of Research and Campaigns, Attitude is Everything

Speaker:
Nobuhiro Nagai 

Director, ALL JAPAN CONCERT & LIVE ENTERTAINMENT PROMOTERS CONFERENCE 
Vice President, Live Entertainment Lab.

Status of So-called “Unauthorized Music Apps” and Counter Activities of the Music Industry

■Date & TIME
Oct.28 (Mon) 16:00-17:00

■OUTLINE
So-called “Unauthorized Music Apps” that stream brand-new music tracks for free of charge, such as MusicFM, have gained a huge popularity among younger generation users in Japan. Those apps have been seriously damaging music right holders by facilitating and promoting the use of unauthorized music and have also affected healthy development of legitimate music services. The presenters will brief the status of those apps and counter activities conducted by music organizations and relevant parties.

Speaker:
Yoichiro Hata

Director General, the Recording Industry Association of Japan

Speaker:
Akihiko Takahashi

Chief Operation Officer, LINE MUSIC Corporation

Oct.28 (Mon)  I Oct.29 (Tue)

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