Artist Revenue Streams: Research Team and Advisory Committee

Artist Revenue Streams

Research Team

This project is being co-managed by FMC consultant Kristin Thomson (bio) and FMC’s Director of Programs, Jean Cook (bio). Additional project members include:

John Simson: partner development 

Rebecca Gates: interview assistant bio

Peter DiCola: survey and data analysis bio

Charlie McEnerney: survey marketing bio

Feel free to email jean [at] futureofmusic [dot] org (Jean) or kristin [at] futureofmusic [dot] org (Kristin) if you have questions about this work.

Research Advisory Committee

We are also relying on support and guidance from our Research Advisory Committee, a small group of social researchers, intellectual property experts, and artist attorneys who are advising this project.

Bryan Calhoun Vice President, New Media and External Affairs, SoundExchange

Ann Chaitovitz

Dan Cornfield Professor of Sociology and Political Science, Faculty Fellow, Curb Center for Art, Enterprise and Public Policy, Vanderbilt University

Peter DiCola Assistant Professor, Northwestern School of Law

Maria Rosario Jackson Director, Culture, Creativity and Communities Program, Urban Institute

Joe Karaganis Vice President, The American Assembly

Mary Madden Senior Research Specialist, and Kristen Purcell Associate Director of Research, Pew Research Center’s Internet & American Life Project

Barry Massarsky and Nari Matsuura Massarsky Consulting

Ian Moss Research Director, Fractured Atlas, and composer

Paul Sharpe Director of Freelance Services, American Federation of Musicians of the US and Canada

John Strohm Attorney, Johnston Barton and Proctor and Rose, LLP, and musician

David Touve Assistant Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship, Washington & Lee University

Danilo Yanich Director, Graduate Program in Urban Affairs & Public Policy, University of Delaware, and musician

Project Funding

Artist Revenue Streams is a research project of the nonprofit Future of Music Coalition. This project is supported by a grant from the Doris Duke Charitable Foundation, with additional support from YouTube and the East Bay Community Foundation.

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