Monday, April 8, 2013

Get with the Net: Licensing Music for Digital Media

As part of the 2013 NAB industry conference gathering, on Monday April 8th at 6pm the Production Music Association (PMA), in conjunction with PMA board member and AMM founder Joel Goodman, will present "GET WITH THE NET: LICENSING MUSIC FOR DIGITAL MEDIA". Together, they have assembled a high profile panel of digital media executives to discuss the major issues facing production music copyright owners in today's digital media landscape. Topics will center around rights and monetization with specific focus on sync licensing, advertising revenue sharing, and public performance licensing. For those attending the panel, please be sure to read the following articles, each of which raise important issues related to the discussion. Please leave all questions, comments, or follow up information from the panel as a comment here on this page. Also, the panel will be videotaped, so be sure to check back for updated links and coverage.


“Universal Music Publishing Inks Deals with Fullscreen, Maker Studios”

“YouTube, Partners Needs to Work Harder to Pay Songwriters, Publishers Fairly: Guest Post by Matt Pincus”

“Direct to Digital: How Sony/ATV's Deal with Pandora Affects the Music Business”

“Business Matters: 7 Areas for Possible Copyright Reform in the Music Business”


WHEN: Monday, April 8th – 6:00pm – 9:00 PM
WHERE: Las Vegas Hotel (previously known as the Las Vegas Hilton) Ballroom B

Joel Goodman - Moderator
Ryan Born - CEO, AdRev
Todd Brabec - Attorney/Consultant/Educator/Author
Scott Sellwood - Strategic Partner Development Manager, YouTube
Paul Friedman - Senior Vice President - Music Affairs, Sony Pictures
Adam Taylor - President, APM Music

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