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January 14, 2013

Time: 3:30 p.m.

Rightsflow/Google - Mo' Money from YOUR Music

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YouTube: More Money From Your Music


Online video has created a new ecosystem for content creators, delivering the work of songwriters and musicians to a global audience. The continued growth of user engagement on YouTube, coupled with the company’s licensing efforts, presents new ways for publishers to drive revenue and maximize awareness. The panel will discuss ways to monetize and control your content, gain insights to maximize revenue and consider the pro's and con's of it all.   In addition, we will have a publisher discuss the ways in which its benefitted their company.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Panelists

Patrick Sullivan
Strategic Partner Development Manager, Google

Scott Shellwood
Strategic Partner Development Manager, YouTube

Moderators

David Crow
Partner, Milom Horsnell Crow Rose Kelley PLC

AIMP Panel

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BMI
10 Music Sq. E.
Nashville, TN 37203

Mixer - 3:30 - 4 p.m.

Panel - 4 - 5 p.m.

Q&A - 5 - 5:30 p.m.

Additional Speaker Information

Patrick Sullivan is a leading expert in the field of intellectual property and copyright management for both physical and digital media and was the Founder, President and CEO of RightsFlow, a licensing and royalty service provider. The company was acquired by Google in 2011 to provide music licensing, song identification, royalty reporting and payment support to YouTube, Google Play, and other enterprise, distribution, label and musician clients. Sullivan spearheads the company’s initiatives to maximize content identification, licensing, account, and monetization of content for songwriters and publishers globally. He is also actively engaged with data initiatives to drive innovation and impact for creators globally.

Scott Sellwood has worn many hats during his career in the music industry. He is not only a proven music business executive, attorney, and strategist, but also an accomplished recording and touring artist who’s spent countless days creating music and performing throughout the U.S., Canada, and Europe with a variety of artists and bands (including the critically-acclaimed Saturday Looks Good to Me). In his role within YouTube’s Business Development team, Scott combines business acumen with a musician’s sensibilities for collaboration and innovation while guiding the RightsFlow Music Publisher Partner Relations team handling publisher outreach, licensing, and monetization efforts. He’s also on point for negotiating many of the licensing agreements with songwriters, music publishers, and societies, while also providing insight and support for the company’s broader rights management initiatives.

David Crow is a partner in the law firm Milom Horsnell Crow Rose Kelley PLC. He was an associate in the Entertainment and Intellectual Property and Technology practice groups of Bass, Berry & Sims PLC from 2001-2007. David received his B.B.A. in Music Business Management (Magna Cum Laude) from Belmont University in 1996, and his J.D. from the Vanderbilt University School of Law in 2000. David’s practice consists primarily of the representation of independent artists, independent labels, major label artists, songwriters, technology companies, producers, publishing companies and those companies and individuals that seek to license and exploit intellectual property content. Prior to practicing law, David played fiddle with bluegrass legends the Osborne Brothers and was an instrumental recording artist for Pinecastle Records.

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