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Speakers include representatives from Beatport, PRS for Music, Shogun Audio and the Association of Electronic Music

Brighton Music Conference (BMC) has finalised its Professional and Academy programmes for the 2016 event and announced the Official BMC16 after party with Seth Troxler (in association with Take) for the Thursday night.

New speakers include AIM’s Alison Wenham, plus top execs from Sony/ATV Publishing, AIM, PRS, Incentive, !K7 and more.

New artist panelists include Perc, Applebottom, Cooly G, Funkagenda, Hyroglifics and others.

Key note talks announced with Mark Lawrence (CEO; AFEM) include 'Save Our Clubs', and 'Get Played Get Paid; Building the New Music Industry'.

Professional programme topics include 'Gender Equality In Music', 'Stealing Our Own Success – Are DJs accidently killing sales', 'Streaming and ‘Full Stack Music’', 'Video Marketing In Music' and 'The Rise and Fall Of EDM?' and more.

Academy topics include 'Careers In Music', 'Your Brand Is Everything', 'Women In Music Q&A', 'How To Get Gigs', 'The Commercial Conundrum' and 'From The Bedroom To The Main Stage' and more.

We have a special offer for DJ Mag readers, that will save you money when buying a BMC ticket. Simply enter the code 'djmag' at checkout to get a Professional Ticket to £69 (instead of £99) or the Academy Ticket for £8 (instead of £15).

To buy tickets for this event please visit the events page: Brighton Music Conference tickets from Skiddle.

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