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November 17, 2015

Time: 5:30 - 7:00PM

SESAC - The Future of Music Publishing Rights is Now

SESAC has recently been the subject of articles in the New York Times, Music Week and other key media outlets, with one journalist saying "SESAC has quietly offered up solutions over the last two years to what plagues the music industry.” Find out why when SESAC executives convene at the AIMP panel.  SESAC is the only music rights organization in the United States with the ability to offer singular licenses for the works of its affiliated writers and publishers that aggregate both performance and mechanical rights. This allows SESAC to drive greater efficiency in licensing for music users, as well as enhanced value for music creators and publishers.  The second oldest and most progressive performing rights organization (PRO) in the United States, SESAC is also the only PRO to pay monthly radio royalties and the first to pay songwriters and publishers for live performances in venues of any size. Its recent acquisitions of the Harry Fox  Agency and Rumblefish position SESAC as a leader across multiple platforms, including micro-licensing. Learn how the independent creator will benefit from SESAC’s groundbreaking innovations when SESAC leaders discuss the strategy and services that form the basis of SESAC’s expansion.  

Panelists

John Josephson
Chairman and CEO of SESAC

Michael Simon
President and CEO of HFA

Moderators

Alisa Coleman
Senior Executive Vice-President, ABKCO Music & Records, Inc.

AIMP Panel

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The Jolly Madison Hotel
22 East 38th Street
New York, NY 10016

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