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Future Music Camp 2024 - Registration now open

21. March 2024

On Thursday, June 6 and Friday, June 7, the Future Music Camp will take place at the Popakademie Baden-Württemberg. Experts from the music and creative industries will talk about innovation topics: This year's focus is on the future of music rights and marketing.

The importance of rights management is currently growing, influenced by AI-supported tools in marketing and music production as well as changing licensing requirements. The Future Music Camp (FMC) 2024 will therefore address current and upcoming challenges in the music and creative industries.
Top-class keynote speakers from Warner Chappell, TikTok Music, Soundcloud, ICE, Bermvda and Place Called Home, among others, will address questions such as: What are best practices and future prospects in the data-driven work of music publishers? How and with what innovations are streaming and video platforms responding to the latest developments in the field of artificial intelligence? Which new technologies can (DIY) artists use to reach their fans and communities? And last but not least, how are collecting societies dealing with this issue, what challenges exist and what projects are being initiated to address them?
The FMC invites you to discuss these questions together, debate innovative solutions and set the course for the future of the music industry.

In addition, sessions held by participants will be offered, the format will be determined by the participants themselves. Proposals can be submitted until April 22. All information on the sessions, examples from previous years, submission of proposals online at:

Participation in the FMC is free of charge, places are limited. Registration at:

The FMC was launched in 2009 and has established itself as an innovative conference format for managers and young professionals from the music and creative industries. Here, the Popakademie connects experts from the field with students from the relevant specialist areas of music, media, culture and creative industries. David Stammer, Project Manager Digital Innovation, is responsible for the Future Music Camp and also hosts it.