Jeremy Peters of Ghostly International will give a presentation on the ways that technical advancements in the music industry have changed music publishing, and how the book industry might look to music for ways to navigate the changes in book technologies.
Jeremy Peters is the Director of Creative and Business Affairs for Ghostly International and Ghostly Songs. Since joining Ghostly in 2003 he’s risen thru the ranks from intern to directing the operations of the group’s publishing, copyright administration, master licensing, original composition, and music supervision activities. Jeremy has worked on projects with brands such as Nike, Lincoln, Victoria’s Secret, FIJI Water, HUMMER, Motorola, Ford, Chevy, and Sprint/Nextel as well as numerous Television, Video Game, and Film projects.
The Solarium Symposium is co-sponsored by MLibrary and Rackham Graduation School.