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Thursday, March 17 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
Are You Owed International Music Licensing Revenues?

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Every day, music is broadcast, played in public and copied in countries across the world, often without the knowledge of its songwriters, performers or rights holders. The global revenues from these licensing royalties have become an even more vital source of revenue, supposing $10 billion last year. What do performers, songwriters, rights holders and managers need to know to ensure you are getting your share of this valuable international income?

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Chris Carey

Global Insight DirEMI Music
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Keith Harris

Dir of Performer AffairsPPL
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Gemma Kenyon

Membership DevPRS For MusicGEMMA KENYON has been working at PRS for Music since 2005. She is responsible for artist relations, bringing up and coming writers in to the company, nurturing relationships with them and their reps and creating promotional opportunities. Before joining... Read More →

Laurence Oxenbury

Head of IntlPPLLAURENCE OXENBURY is the Head of International at PPL. He has worked in collective management for ten years, and has been responsible for putting over $100 million into the pockets of performers. In 2006 he moved to PPL, the UK music licensing company to establish its... Read More →

Perry Resnick

RZOPERRY RESNICK is an artist business manager with RZO LLC, has been an Artist Representative on the SoundExchange Board for over 10 years, was on the Board of the Music Managers Forum-US for 15 years, and is a strong advocate for artists' rights.

Thursday March 17, 2011 12:30pm - 1:30pm CDT
Austin Convention Center, Room 13AB

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