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Larry Miller

Larry Miller

Clinical Professor & Director, Music Business Program, NYU Steinhardt

Larry Miller is a professor of Music Business at NYU Steinhardt Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions where he is director of the Music Business program. He is a music and technology entrepreneur, advisor, producer and host of the Musonomics podcast. He teaches undergraduate and graduate courses on music entrepreneurship, music analytics, strategic marketing, global music management and the business structure of the music industry. He advises music creators and rights holders on public policy and litigation and provided expert testimony before the United States Copyright Review Board and the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO).

Larry supports media and technology companies and their financial sponsors on capital formation and growth strategy, digital product and service development, acquisitions and restructuring. Previously, Larry was a Partner at L.E.K. Consulting and a senior member of the firm’s media and entertainment practice. He later served as Executive Vice President and General Manager of MediaNet.

Larry founded and operated Or Music, a Grammy Award winning independent record label and music publisher where he signed, recorded and published multi-platinum artists Los Lonely Boys and Matisyahu; he was Vice President of Market Development at AT&T Labs Research, and began his career as a broadcaster at Tribune, NBC Radio Entertainment and WHTZ/Z100 New York, regarded as the most successful startup in U.S. radio history as the station went from “worst to first” within 72 days of signing-on in the country’s most competitive radio market.

Larry has commented on CBS, ABC, CNBC, CNN, Fox News and NPR; in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Time, Business Week, Financial Times, The Economist, Los Angeles Times, Billboard and Rolling Stone. He is the author of "Same Heart/New Beat: How Record Labels Amplify Talent in the Modern Music Marketplace." His article "Metadata: How to Develop the Foundation for the Music Business of Tomorrow" was published in The Licensing Journal, and "Paradigm Shift: Why Radio Must Adapt to the Rise of Digital" was published in Entertainment and Sports Lawyer, the ABA Forum on the Entertainment and Sports Industries.

He earned an MBA at Columbia Business School, and BA at Brandeis University.

Larry is a proud board member of the Newport Festivals Foundation and the Louis Armstrong House Museum. He is also a Clio Award-winning voice actor.

A Fireside Chat between Reservoir Founder & CEO Golnar Khosrowshahi & NYU Steinhardt's Larry Miller

October 14, 2022, 4:00:00 PM

Mondo welcomes Reservoir Media CEO Golnar Khosrowshahi, Billboard's Executive of the Year and the first woman to take an independent music company public in the U.S. – one that she founded! In a wide-ranging conversation with Larry Miller, Professor & Director at NYU Steinhardt Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions, we’ll focus on Reservoir's culture as a source of its competitive advantage.

We’ll ask the important questions: How did Reservoir go public and why? How has it dramatically outpaced industry growth and sourced off-market deals against stiff competition? How has it been able to attract, retain and reward employees? And perhaps most interesting of all, what is Reservoir’s client service competitive advantage that has enabled it to outperform larger publishers so that writers (and owners of administered catalogs) don’t want to leave?

We'll touch on the industry-wide issues including the CRB, regulation and consent decrees in music publishing, the most exciting future revenue sources and much more.

Fireside Chat with Music Valuators and Economists Nari Matsuura and Barry Massarsky, Moderated by Larry Miller

October 12, 2022, 5:00:00 PM

Join Nari Matsuura and Barry Massarsky, Partners and Co-Leaders of Music Economics and Valuation Services at Citrin Cooperman, as Larry Miller, Professor & Director at NYU Steinhardt Department of Music and Performing Arts Professions, moderates an intimate conversation on the current landscape of music economics and catalog valuations, and what they see for the future of the industry.