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Tuesday, May 15 • 1:40pm - 2:00pm
From Little Things, Big Things Grow: Using and Abusing Metadata in Australia

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The Sixth Annual Metadata Summit is for experts, by experts — the program will amplify the importance of data, provide a high level forum for discussion, and attract key participants.


While much is said of the integrity of metadata in general, this presentation will look at two use cases in Australia that move beyond the barriers to current and future possibilities.


crowdDJ is an app that matches commercially licensed content (i.e. OOH) to consumer services on personal devices; so that a range of selection and playlisting options are enabled in both directions. Creating a bridge between these environments demonstrates how commercial music services can apply metadata solutions to seek increasingly granular context on their businesses, and harness user experience data to create virtual record stores in every venue.


Music Metrics and the Future of the Australian Music Industry is a 3-year Australian Research Council funded project at QUT's Digital Media Research Centre. With Industry partners APRA AMCOS, Radio Monitor and Nightlife Music, Music Metrics has been ingesting and validating streaming, radio and public performance usage and aggregating this against social media for several years. By engaging world-leading researchers and industry advisors, an evidenced- based whitepaper will outline the current data based barriers and future possibilities to the Australian Government in 2019.


This presentation will outline both use cases and discuss the implications of working with the metadata 'you have' which is not always the metadata you need.


Metadata Summit Supporting Sponsors include DataArt, primephonic, SOCAN, SoundExchange, and VEVA Sound.

Speakers
avatar for Jay Mogis

Jay Mogis

Licensing & Business Affairs, Nightlife Music
Jay Mogis is one of Australia’s leading experts in music licensing and data analytics. His work focuses on creating increasingly transparent music usage products with major and independent record labels, publishers, CMO's and key industry associations. Mogis works in Licensing and... Read More →



Tuesday May 15, 2018 1:40pm - 2:00pm
Music Row 5

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