Chairman and CEO, Recording Industry Association of America
Mitch Glazier is Chairman and CEO of the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA). He serves as Chairman of the Board of RIAA, Chairman of the Board of Musicians on Call, the charity that brings the healing power of music to the bedsides of patients in hospitals and health care facilities around the country, and serves on the Boards of IFPI, Leadership Music, SoundExchange and the Lutheran Church of St. Andrew in Silver Spring, Maryland. For more than 20 years, Glazier has been at the forefront of building the new music ecosystem. He helped build the unprecedented coalition that mobilized to enact the Music Modernization Act (MMA). As the senior House Judiciary Committee intellectual property counsel, he helped draft and pass pioneering legislation that paved the way for the streaming economy, including the Digital Performance Right in Sound Recordings Act to assure that music creators are compensated for use of their music by digital partners.
"The Future of Streaming -- A Virtual Happy Hour” with RIAA CEO Mitch Glazier and DiMA CEO Garrett Levin, Co-Sponsored by RIAA and DiMA
10/14/20, 10:00 PM
Wrap up this busy day with Mitch Glazier and Garrett Levin for a live informal conversation, as they comment on the day's events and discuss the future of streaming from two different industry perspectives. Grab your drinks and snacks as two industry association heads together look towards the future and answer questions from the chat.
RIAA's Everything You Need to Know About Music Policy in About an Hour
10/14/20, 6:00 PM
Mondo is proud to once again partner with the RIAA to host their annual series, “Everything You Need to Know About Music Policy in One Hour” featuring Kris Ahrend (Mechanical Licensing Collective); Jordan Bromley (Manatt and Music Artists Coalition); Dayna Frank (First Avenue and NIVA); Josh Friedlander (RIAA); Mitch Glazier (RIAA); Sarah Howes (SAG-AFTRA); Prophet (50/50, Black Music Action Coalition); Dr. Portia Sabin (Music Business Association); and Maria Strong (U.S. Copyright Office).