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June News

  • View Webcasts of Panels – One of the many benefits of membership is our archive of past panels and webinars.  If you missed the LA Chapter's webinar "AIMP NFT Series Part 2: Branding Songwriters and Songs with NFTs, DAOs and the Metaverse", members can view all archived panel and webinar videos here.  All are welcome to view a sampling of video clips here.  
  • The AIMP Global Music Publishing Summit - The complete schedule for this year’s Global Music Publishing Summit has been released.  The GMPS will take place on June 14 in a hybrid format, both online and in-person, at the 3 West Club in New York City. The GMPS will present a full day of panels and keynotes on the business, sync, and creative areas of the industry. The day will conclude with a reception and songwriter showcase presented by NYC3 and Music Publishers Canada. Along with the support from Music Publishers Canada, FACTOR and the Government of Canada, this year’s event sponsors include City National Bank, SESAC, DMG Music Clearances, and Audioo.
    Register before June 3 for best early bird pricing.  
  • The U.S. Copyright Office - Pursuant to Title I of the Orrin G. Hatch–Bob Goodlatte Music Modernization Act, the Copyright Office has issued a supplemental interim rule updating certain reporting requirements for digital music providers. The updates relate to reports of adjustment and annual reports of usage that digital music providers submit to the Mechanical Licensing Collective (MLC).  Read more here
  • CISAC – The global organisation for song right collecting societies – has published its annual report, which includes updates on various lobbying efforts around the world, and its involvement in debates and campaigns around livestreaming, fair remuneration, the copyright status of AI created works, and moves by some media firms to pressure music-makers into agreeing to complete buy-out deals.  Read more here
  • Reservoir was named to Billboard’s list of Top 10 Music Publishers of 2021 by Global Revenue, according to the outlet's report. The article highlighted Reservoir’s public debut on the NASDAQ in the summer of 2021, as well as key acquisitions throughout the year, including the company’s publishing deal with music icon Joni Mitchell. In outlining Reservoir’s momentum for 2022 thus far, Billboard emphasized the acquisition of the producer catalog of Buddy Cannon, a longtime collaborator with Kenny Chesney, as well as the extension of a deal with hit songwriter Ali Tamposi. In addition, Reservoir was named Independent Music Publisher of the Year at the 2022 Music Week Awards. 
  • Snapchat is officially facing a copyright infringement lawsuit from SUISA (the Cooperative Society of Music Authors and Publishers in Switzerland), the plaintiff has announced.  Read more here.  
  • UK collecting society PRS held its Annual General Meeting in London last month, which included the election of eight members to the society’s Council, four writers and four publishers.  Despite various efforts to increase the diversity of the organisation’s leadership, the election didn’t do much to enhance the diversity of its Council, which – the Music Managers Forum said yesterday – was mainly because of an “outmoded and outdated system of governance”.  The writers elected to the Council yesterday included Hannah Peel, Tom Gray, Crispin Hunt and Philip Pope. On the publisher side, the four members elected to the Council were Nigel Gilroy from the Wise Music Group, Daniel Lang from Warner Chappell Music, John Minch from Concord, and Richard Paine from Faber Music.  Read more here
  • VERSED: The ASCAP Podcast / Ep. 30 - Music & the AAPI ExperienceIn celebration of AAPI Heritage Month, ASCAP shares highlights of two conversations from recent ASCAP Experience sessions featuring a diverse group of voices from ASCAP’s AAPI community. The first features a provocative discussion with playwright, librettist and lyricist David Henry Hwang and composer and conceptual artist Huang Ruo about art, identity and the power of music to help us fight racism and understand each other better. Then international superstar Amber Liu of K-pop royalty f(x), and Justin Park, a rising singer-songwriter recently endorsed by BTS’s Jungkook, talk about how their identities have shaped their lives and music careers, and the joys and challenges of growing up in the AAPI community.
  • BMI partnered with iHeartRadio in the southeastern coast of Florida to present the 1st Annual Treasure Coast Songwriters Festival featuring 16 BMI songwriters performing at 3 local venues that have been long time BMI licensees. Pirates Cove Resort & Marina and Manatee Island Bar & Grill in Stuart, along with the Marriott Resort on Hutchinson Island, hosted 35 songwriter-in-the-round shows with award-winning BMI writers singing their songs and telling the stories behind their hits. The purpose of the 4-day festival was to shine a spotlight on the craft of songwriting while giving back to the local businesses that have supported BMI songwriters through the licensing fees they pay.  Read more here
  • SESAC and its employees support the Ukrainian people and the Ukrainian creative community in their valiant struggle for freedom.  As an initial token of their support, they’ve donated $100,000 to support CreatorsforUkraine, a collective of CMOs, PROs and other organizations working together to provide financial support to Ukrainian creators, songwriters and composers during this challenging time.  They’re seeking ways to do more in coming weeks and want to inspire other companies and organizations in the creative community to do whatever they are able to support the Ukrainian creative community at this critical time.  Read more about their efforts here
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AIMP Member Spotlight

Jonathan Haskell / ALIBI Music


Jonathan D. Haskell is an 18-year veteran in the independent music publishing community. As Vice President of Publishing for ALIBI Music, he has expanded the company’s publishing business by over 1,000 percent in annual revenue since joining in 2016. ALIBI is now a leading provider of professionally composed music and sound effects serving a global clientele of film studios, TV networks, trailer houses, streaming platforms, advertisers, video game companies and independent creators. Featuring 250,000+ audio files including stems, alt mixes and cutdowns, ALIBI’s robust library is known for its high quality and versatility. Jonathan is also an advisor to Glow Music Group, a boutique music licensing and publishing company representing over 350 indie artists, with recent placements in “Big Sky,” “Woke,” “Seal Team,” “America's Funniest Home Videos,” “Animal Kingdom,” “Grey's Anatomy” and “Mayans,” as well as ads for Michael Kors, Gatorade and Coke. Additionally, Glow Music Group represents an extensive vintage catalog of over 8,000 copyrights and is founded by Jonathan's wife, music mogul Kari Kimmel. Prior to ALIBI and Glow, Jonathan worked under AIMP founder Michael H. Goldsen for 8 years as Copyright Manager at Criterion Music, which was recently acquired by Universal Music Group. In his spare time, Jonathan continues to write, record and perform music in his bands Seven Saturdays, Glasz and POLLA, with acclaim from such notable outlets as Pitchfork, Stereogum, The Los Angeles Times and NME, which described his music as “serene and beautiful… the kind of music to stare out of aeroplane windows to.”

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