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Music Data, Discovery & Innovation panels kick off tomorrow

By | Published on Wednesday 21 October 2020

Digital Music

Tomorrow and Friday the University Of Brighton and CMU Insights are teaming up to present a series of free-to-access online panels looking at the role data plays in the music and wider creative industries, under the banner ‘Music Data, Discovery & Innovation’.

It’s part of a programme called DRIVA arts DRIVA, via which the university is providing support, training and funding to practitioners and businesses working at the intersection of creativity, the arts and technology.

The panels will allow those practitioners and businesses to access expert insights and knowledge about the various different ways data is impacting on the music business, in terms of rights, curation, marketing, fanbase building and business development.

The topics set up be covered are as follows…

Thursday 22 Oct
1pm: Introduction To Copyright And Ownership
2pm: The Basics Of Music Data
3pm: Organising Music Data

Friday 23 Oct
2pm: Accessing And Using Customer, Fan And Audience Data
3pm: What Does ‘Data-Driven’ Really Mean?
4pm: Making Money Through Data

For more information about the panels – and the wider DRIVA arts DRIVA project and the funding opportunities it offers ‘coast to capital’ businesses – and to sign up, go to

DRIVA arts DRIVA is a £1.3m University of Brighton research project funded by the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020 and Arts Council England.