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Dae Bogan

Founder and CEO
West Hollywood, California

Dae Bogan is Founder and CEO of TuneRegistry, which develops music rights administration software and solutions for small and medium-sized music rights holders. Bogan is a music rights executive, serial entrepreneur, and educator with over fifteen years of experience in the music industry. He also offers music rights, business, and technology consulting through his firm, Rights Department.

Before founding TuneRegistry, Bogan owned and operated independent record label Loft24 Records, music publishing company Loft24 Publishing, and in-store independent music video network Maven Promo, which was acquired by EMPIRE Distribution in 2017. He founded RoyaltyClaim, the world’s first aggregator and search engine of unclaimed music royalties.

Bogan teaches the Music Industry Entrepreneurship and Innovation course at UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music and was the first Innovation Fellow at the UCLA Center for Music Innovation.  He has also taught at Emerson College, California State University, Northridge, SAE Institute Los Angeles, and he has guest lectured at USC Marshall School of Business and the College of the Canyons. Bogan’s research into the global music licensing ecosystem has been cited in articles, textbooks, and government-commissioned reports. His work in copyright administration, music publishing, and royalties contributed to the U.S. Congressional Budget Office's analysis of the economic impact of the Music Modernization Act.