We would like to thank everyone who attended the Ten in Ten panel at The Roundhouse. The turn out was excellent and it was great to get to meet so many of you. We would also like to thank the panellists for bringing their experiences to the table and offering valuable insights on what is a complex discussion – the future of the music business.
Commenting after the event panellist Richard Lyne (PledgeMusic) said “It was really interesting to see evidence of people’s perceptions of how the business will change over the next decade and have the rare opportunity to discuss them.”
Andrew Missingham added “Music Supported Here’s Ten in Ten survey and discussion are the kind of thing that the whole of the music industry should do more often – look to future models that will maintain the supply of high quality music and music business models that can satisfy the demand for music as the 21st century gathers pace”, comments which we think sum the event up pretty well.
The overall feeling from the Ten in Ten discussion (panellists and attendees) was that of positive change throughout the industry (“we are turning a corner” – Tim Clark) however it was widely agreed that record labels must address the way in which rights are administered if the industry is to facilitate digital technologies and meet consumer demands over the next ten years.
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