Know how in the Knowledge Economy
                                                                                                   


DIGITAL KILLS CD SALES

The internet created a levelling factor. New technology provided impetus for all voices to communicate with one another on a “peer to peer” basis. Musicians began to take responsibility for his / her finances in a transparent and accountable way.

One of the largest record collectors in Southern Africa, Rob Allingham gives a thorough history of the LP Industry in his presentation at the Alliance Francaise.

And the issue of copyright and music rights is discussed with authors on the topic Jonothan Shaw and Nick Matuzukis.

CHANGES IN THE MUSIC RIGHTS SECTOR

A qualified multi-jurisdictional copywrite lawyer through power of attorney on behalf of some of the biggest artists in the world had collected twenty years of music rights documents.

They told an amazing story :

SAMRO : Nothando CEO and Gabi (Board Member) South African Music Rights Organisation (SAMRO) respond to allegations labelled as "legacy issues."

SAMPRA / POSA : Pfanani of South African Music Performers Rights Association (SAMPRA) responds to needletime concerns. But the story will all come out in Keith's forthcoming book where SAMRO rode rough shot.

CAPASSO / SARRAL : Wiseman calls on the CopyRight Review Commission and the Department of Trade and Industry to explain the change the mechanical sector.

And anomalies started falling into place : Such as CONCERTS SA : Nialla, Violet and Ignacio fill in the blanks.

And international support organisations. How do we recreate a people's first agenda?

South African Government are players across multiple platforms :

Association of Independent Record Companies (AIRCO) comes under fire from Harvey and the others. Downtown Studios stays in the picture. Cultural Policy comes under fire and the abuse of dominance by "board-riders," raises concerns.

BACKSTAGE ECONOMY When will administrative bodies start to administer and government bodies, govern? The South African Roadies Assocciation lead the way. And the Industry is left to follow in its wake where organisations such as Black Major and Akum Agency show a new energy.

ARTISTS COVERED IN THE MEDIA :

The internet created a levelling factor. New technology provided impetus for all voices to communicate with one another on a “peer to peer” basis. When the musician takes responsibility for his / her finances in a transparent and accountable way, government will take note and do the same. This will change the terrible top down abuse. The system will be overturned by transparency and accountability. All claims of authenticity and rights to presentation will revert to natural people. When as natural people we can present ourselves, administrative bodies will be forced to merely administer and government, govern:

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MUSIC RIGHTS

Graeme Gilfillan
Copyright and the Knowledge Economy : Nisa
 
Nick Matzukis
Copyright Alliance
 
Tim Horwood
Pan African exchange
 
Pfanani Lishiva
South African Music Performers Rights Association
 
Harvey Roberts
Association of Independent Record Companies
 
Nothando Migogo
South African Music Rights Organisation
 
Gabi Le Roux
Trade Union of South African Musicians
 
Anja Kathmann
GEMA German CMO
 

RECORDING INDUSTRY

Chola Makgamathe
Downtown Studios
 
Darryl Heilbrunn
Downtown Studios
 
Lindamuzi Ngoma
Downtown Studios
 
Vusi Mchunu
House of Memory
 
Rob Allingham
Records
 
Nicky Blumenveld
DJ
 
Robert Trunz
Melt2000
 
Sevi Spanoudi
Black Major
 
Kim, Simon and Jose
Wired for Sound
 
Julian Thau
One Beat
 

CULTURAL POLICY

Scott Clark
Amandla Development
 
Zayd Minty
Cultural Policy
 
Freddie Nyathela
South African Roadies Assocciation
 
Glenn Ubedje
The role of Government
 
Monica Newton
Cultural governance in Johannesburg
 
Nialla, Violet and Ignacio
Concerts SA
 
Nisa Malange
Bat Centre
 
Arndt Weidler
German Music Upliftment
 
PJ Powers
Act of giving
 

 

FINE ARTS & ENVIRONMENT

Mark Rautenbach
Butterflies
 
Heath Nash
Livingstone Upcycling
 
Zenzele Chulu
Zambia Art and Culture
 
Phillip Miller Thuthuka Sibisi
African Choir
 
Mandla Sibeka, Zoey Whitley
FNB Art Fair
 
Jarred Kasu
Cape Town Film Festival
 
Anna Tietze
National Gallery of South Africa
 
Anton Taljaard
Keyes Art Mile
 
David Dison
Ngema film conversions
 
Uncle Ben
Zambia Festival of Action
 
Lauren O'Donnel
Greenpop
 
Misha Teasedale
Greenpop
 
Meg Coates Palgrave
Trees of Southern Africa
 

 

CULTURE AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

 
Kim, Simon and Jose
Wired for Sound
04.02.17
Fatima Viera
Fatima's Tofo and Maputo
05.02.17
Litho Sithoe
Marrabenta Festival
29.04.17
Kai Geiger
European Jazz Network
16.10.17
Monique Scheiss
Afrika Burn
27.03.18
Jeremy Thal
One Beat
27.02.18
PJ Powers
Khulisa
02.09.18
Sifiso Ntuli
Roving Bantu Kitchen
 
Scott Clark
Amandla Developmen
 
Sonja Bass
Buskaid
 
Rosemary Nalden
Buskaid

 

STRATEGY AND POLICY

 
Glenn Ubedje
The role of Government
 
Monica Newton
DAC DG JHB
 
Roshnie Moonsammy
Arts Alive
 
Chola Makgamathe
Downtown Studios
 
Darryl Heilbrunn
Downtown Studios
 
Lindamuzi Ngoma
Downtown Studios
 
Vusi Mchunu
House of Memory
 
Zayd Minty
Cultural Policy

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IGODA FESTIVAL CIRCUIT

14.01.16
Brad Holmes
Bassline / IGODA
31.03.17
Andy Davis
Zakifo Durban / IGODA
13.04.17
Jiggs Thorne
Bushfire Swaziland / IGODA
14.04.17
Sipho Sithole
Native Rhythms / IGODA
12.03.18
Faisal Bayimba
Uganda Music / IGODA
19.03.18
Jerome Galabert
Reunion Music / IGODA

 

 

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