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January 16, 2018

NATPE Miami Marketplace & Conference


January 16-18, 2018, at the Fontainebleau and Eden Roc Resorts in Miami.
Celebrating 55 years of service tothe ever-evolving global television industry, the NATPE Miami Marketplace & Conference inspires the growth and success of content across all platforms by hosting an annual marketplace and conference that pulls content buyers, sellers, distributors, advertisers, and influencers from around the globe to make deals and share in the international conversation. Miami sits at the nexus of this market, taking place in January to kick off the year with the biggest deals in content. Why come to NATPE Miami?

Wednesday, January 17th @ 12:00 p.m.
Music Industry State of the Union: Navigating Global Rights and Revenue
The era of “Peak TV” has been a boon to the music creators at the top of every supervisors “first call” list. But along with the explosion of artistic opportunities involving visual content comes a slew of new business challenges. It’s never been more important to understand new models and know your rights, from the first creative meeting to the life of a soundtrack beyond the screen. Performance, mechanical, synch, neighboring and secondary rights for A/V properties; what’s new, what’s hidden...and how do we find it?

Elizabeth Matthews, CEO, ASCAP
Danielle Aguirre, EVP & General Counsel NMPA
Wim van Limpt, CEO of BUMA/STEMRA  
Jay Cooper, Founder, West Coast Entertainment Practice Greenberg Traurig, LLP
AIMP Vice President Teri Nelson Carpenter, President 
& CEO Reel Muzik Werks & Chair of the Music Track for NATPE

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