NY:LON Connect 2019, the global music business summit co-ventured by Music Biz and Music Ally, was held in London on January 22-23, 2019.

The event featured keynotes from Downtown Music Publishing’s CEO Justin Kalifowitz and Run the Jewels’ Manager Amaechi Uzoigwe and talks on streaming, eSports, music publishing and more.

NY:LON Connect 2019 also focused on developing markets - Africa and the Middle East - and hosted a track on Innovation, Investment and Startups, closing with the Startups Showcase and Awards.


Click below for media coverage from NY:LON Connect 2019:

English-language music is losing its stranglehold on global pop charts - and YouTube is driving the change - Music Business Worldwide

Global music-streaming: ‘For growth you have to look outside of the Western markets’ - Music Ally

Downtown Music boss: ‘Music is everywhere… Music licensing tries to keep up’ - Music Ally

TV, games, esports… lessons from outside the music-industry bubble - Music Ally

Music-streaming in the Middle East: ‘There is a space and place for everyone’ - Music Ally

Repertoire from outside America or in a language other than English isn’t just dominating key individual territories; it’s also taking over the world - Rolling Stone

ClicknClear wins startup pitch contest at NY:LON Connect conference - Music Ally