The session will take place on 28 March 2015 at London’s Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication.
It will be moderated by Andy Ellis, PRS for Music’s education and outreach senior manager, and will feature an expert panel including Joe Frankland (PRS for Music Foundation), Achal Dillon (Killing Moon), Richard Day (Simons Muirhead & Burton) and Marc Sheinman (SEG International).
Together, they will discuss the changing ways songwriters and artists can earn a living, through live performances, direct-to-fan interaction, merchandise and royalties.
The session forms part of youth agency Urban Development’s wider Industry Takeover programme, aimed at aspiring music industry professionals.
Other seminars and workshops in 2015’s edition include Generation DIY: Starting A Creative Enterprise, Bedroom To Brand: Creating And Protecting Your Brand and the Fan Business.
Ticket prices start at £10 and are available from http://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/industry-takeover-all-dayer-tickets-15713575728
Urban Development is funded by RBS Youth Enterprise Fund and the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. Core funders are Arts Council England and the PRS for Music Foundation.