Jan 01, 1970
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 expanded 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, attorneys, representatives from trade publications, performing rights societies, motion pictures, television, multimedia, Internet, and record companies. Learn more about The California Copyright Conference here.
SoundExchange Panel Information:
- Featuring: Scott Berenson, Director, Claims Department
- Date: Tuesday, October 14
- Time: 7:45-9:15pm
- Location: Sportsman Event Lodge Center, 12833 Ventura Blvd, Studio City, CA 91604 (Coldwater Canyon & Ventura Blvd)
- Panel Description: In a world of penny and micro penny payments coming from so many different content users, how can you be sure everyone who is using your recordings and compositions knows how to find you to pay you your royalties? And do they have the payment split or royalty rate correct? We’ll be discussing what tools music users and content owners use to find the correct parties to pay, what content owners and royalty recipients can do to make sure they are more easily found and that their information is current. We’ll discuss some of today’s options for ensuring you are getting paid correctly and what you can do about it if you are not.