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Thursday, May 17 • 3:30pm - 5:30pm
Publishing Data: How Creators Can Control Their Digital Destiny, Today and Tomorrow

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Publishing data is broken. Countless worldwide data sources contain overlapping and incongruent information. There is no broad legal requirement to remove deprecated ownership info. There is currently no global master repository for publishing info.

Publishing data becomes deeply conflicted through the regular course of business, even when all parties are acting in good faith. The companies that merge catalog publishing data work at break-neck speeds. Where does that leave creators like you, trying to get paid fairly and accurately for your work? In the first half of this panel, we present how publishing data is used today and a collection of ways you can ensure your publishing data is pristine, working hard, and getting you paid by trusted third parties.

Looking forward to the future, many on the forefront of music data are working to build common infrastructure so that these problems can be diminished, and new revenue opportunities for creators can be unlocked. High-performance technologies like blockchain and a new generation of intelligent APIs are disrupting the century-old publishing data landscape. In the second half of this panel, we introduce you to the companies and ideas on the front lines of the digital publishing future.

Moderators
avatar for Jake Beaumont-Nesbitt

Jake Beaumont-Nesbitt

Policy Advisor, International Music Managers Forum (IMMF)
Jake Beaumont-Nesbitt advises The International Music Managers Forum (IMMF) on copyright and new business models. IMMF is an organization that brings together artist and artist representative associations from 50 countries, for networking, sharing, and discussion of trading terms... Read More →

Speakers
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John Barker

President, ClearBox Rights, LLC
John Barker is the CEO, President & Founder of ClearBox Rights, LLC, an independent IP rights managements company.  He also founded ICG (Integrated Copyright Group) in 1990, which sold to BMG Rights in 2010. Barker is a past President and current board member of the Copyright Society... Read More →
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Becky Brook

Business Development, Licensing & Strategy Consultant, JAAK
Becky Brook is a Business Development, Licensing & Strategy Consultant at JAAK, a London-based tech company building blockchain-based solutions to communicate, manage and monetise IP industries. With over 12 years of content industry experience, she is responsible for overseeing the... Read More →
avatar for Matt Henninger

Matt Henninger

VP, Sales & Business Development, MediaNet Digital
Matt Henninger serves as VP of Sales & Business Development at MediaNet, part of The SOCAN Group. MediaNet supports digital music solutions with catalog fulfillment and rights administration services, providing partners with the tools to accurately deliver music, track usage, manage... Read More →


Thursday May 17, 2018 3:30pm - 5:30pm
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