The event will feature presentations and panels around these seven key topics: The Adolescence of Streaming; Global Copyright & Rights Management; Technology: Smart Speakers, AI, and Next Gen Music; The Modern Music Company; International: Spotlight on Emerging Markets; and Innovation: Investing In Music and Startup Showcases. 

These themes will set the scene for the two-day NY:LON Connect conference and are detailed below. 
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Jon Bahr

CD Baby
Head of Creator Services
Jon Bahr serves as the VP of Creator Services at leading independent music distributor and artist services company, CD Baby. Bahr leads CD Baby’s Artist Relations, Music Service Relations, Publishing Administration unit, which represents more than 900,000 compositions for over 145,000 songwriters, and directs CD Baby’s licensing business of 3 million pre-cleared songs for music licensing.

Prior to joining CD Baby in 2016, Bahr worked at ASCAP for over a decade where he was most recently Senior Director of Marketing & Communications overseeing ASCAP’s advertising, sponsorships, member benefit partnerships, and marketing campaigns. He was a creator and executive producer of the successful annual ASCAP “I Create Music” EXPO conference. Bahr was instrumental in driving the success of ASCAP’s 100th birthday integrated marketing campaign, including the star-studded commissioned film, Why We Create Music. 

Prior to ASCAP, Bahr worked at music booking agencies Artist Group International and Ted Kurland Associates, Emcee Artist Management, Newport Folk and Jazz Festivals, and Ben Cohen of Ben & Jerry’s organization True Majority. He also managed indie rock band, The Slip. Bahr graduated from Williams College with a degree in Economics.