Mar 13, 2018
Studio City, CA
Join SoundExchange at the California Copyright Conference’s “What’s In Your Wallet…Show Me the Money” event, taking place on March 13, 2018 at the Sportsmen’s Lodge Event Center in Studio City, CA. SoundExchange’s Chief External Affairs Officer, Richard Conlon, will be a panelist in this discussion about music industry revenue streams.
The California Copyright Conference was established in 1953 for the discussion of copyright-related areas pertaining to music and entertainment. There were seven founding members. The CCC expanded during the next two years, taking its present form in 1955 under the presidency of famed songwriter Harold Spina.
Today, the scope of the CCC has broadened to cover all matters pertaining to music industry issues. The organization has grown to over 300 members from all areas of the music and entertainment industry, including publishers, songwriters/composers, attorneys, music supervisors, representatives from trade publications, performing rights societies, music libraries, motion pictures, television, multimedia, Internet, and record companies.
Panels Featuring SoundExchange:
"What’s In Your Wallet……Show Me The Money"
Date: Mar 13, 2018
Time: 6:15 PM Check-In ▪ 6:30 PM Cocktails ▪ 7:00 PM Dinner ▪ 8:00 PM Panel Commences
Location: Sportsmen's Lodge Events Center (12833 Ventura Blvd, Studio City, CA 91604)
Reggie Calloway - Sound Royalties, Director Music Royalty Funding
Rene Merideth - Exploration Group LLC, COO/Co-Founder
Richard Conlon - SoundExchange, Chief External Affairs Officer
Michael Crepezzi - BMI, Executive Director of Distribution & Administration Services
Bill Colitre - Music Reports, VP & General Counsel
Maria Gonzales - Yardnoise, Co-Partner (formerly, A&R/BandMerch, A&R/Bravado, Merchandiser /Warner Brothers)
Panel Description: Most of us in the music industry will likely never win the lottery, however, we can better understand the various income streams generated in the music industry to help establish financial freedom and happiness. Join us as our panelists demystify income streams generated by: performance rights in sound recordings and musical compositions, revenues from streaming, and monies from merchandising deals.