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The first high-end forum for Chinese music industry was successfully held

Source:音乐与录音艺术学院   Time:2015-11-07   ClickTimes:

On November 6, 2014, the first China Music Industry Forum was held at Communication University of China. Yuan Jun, vice president of Communication University of China, Zhao Zhian, vice dean of the College of Music and Recording Arts, Xu Zhengming, deputy director of the State Administration of Press, Publication and Broadcasting, , Mao Fengkun, president of National Music Industry Promotion Committee, and Zang Yanbin, vice president of Shanghai Xinhui Cultural Entertainment Group, attended the press conference this morning and made important speeches with professional guidance. This forum for the first time authoritatively released "2014 China Music Industry Development Report", which shows that the total size of China's music industry reached 271.656 billion yuan in 2013. Compared with other entertainment industries such as games, films and television, the music industry has become a driving force An important engine for the development of cultural industries. On the day of the conference, nearly 200 representatives from well-known domestic and foreign professors gathered together to offer advice and suggestions on the status quo and future development of the Chinese music industry. Such as Wang Lei, a famous music critic and senior director of Netease Music, and Guo Biao, chief representative of IFPI China, respectively shared their opinions and opinions in the field of digital music and copyright. Foreign professors will also share unique insights on their field of study respectively. Prof. Gilles Demonet, a professor at Sorbonne University of France, compared the advantages and challenges facing the concert market between China and Europe. Professor David Northeastern University made a " The next landmark copyright law "speech, and from the success or failure of the United States set out for the development of the Chinese music industry made relevant recommendations; independent musician and Dreiser University professor Darren for" chaos in the era of digital marketing and disintegration "; Professor Robert Lyons, Northeastern University, former director of the New Media Department of Radio and Television Station, WGBH Broadcasting Company, gave a brilliant introduction to" commonalities of countries adopting music streaming technology "; Prof. Guy Morrow, Macquarie University, Australia With Professor John Fangjun Li, we learned about "The Australian Music Industry," and Prof. Benjamin O'Hara, Ph.D., of Mount Bosham College, Australia, discussed "Three Types of Copyright Misconceptions." CCTV news channel "News Room", 4 sets of "China News" and China Economic Times, People's Daily, Xinhua, Sohu, Netease and other media for the first time a wide range of media coverage and coverage. The successful holding of the "2014 China (Beijing) First Music Industry Forum" and the publication of "2014 China Music Industry Development Report" laid a solid foundation for our university to build China's music industry professionals, and will also be a strong impetus to our Musicology major Discipline building.

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