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June 27, 2018

Time: 11:30am - 1:00pm

Creating a Home for Music on Youtube

 A look at how YouTube is helping songwriters and producers showcase their portfolio of work to connect with fellow musicians and fans. Gain an understanding of how rights management works on YouTube and learn about strategies and resources you can use to build a presence on the platform. 


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Lindsay Rothschild
Songwriter & Publisher Relations Lead in North America for YouTube

Eric Knapp
Music Publishing Partnerships (North America) for Youtube


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ASCAP - Connie Bradley Board Room
2 Music Square W
Nashville, TN 37203



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Additional Speaker Information

Lindsay Rothschild is the Songwriter & Publisher Relations Lead in North America for YouTube, based in Los Angeles. With a focus on integrating songwriters into the YouTube community, her team hosts collaborative events to spotlight songwriters & organizes educational workshops around rights management and creative engagement on the platform. Having worked in music technology from the start, Lindsay moved from product development at Warner/Chappell Music to Disney Music Group before joining YouTube in 2015.

Eric Knapp works in music publishing partnerships for YouTube in North America. His primary focus is on engaging the publishing and songwriting communities, growing partnerships with publishers and those who control publishing rights, and improving the YouTube product for music partners overall. Eric is a former touring musician with prior work experience at Universal Music Group and The Orchard. Eric was later one of the original employees of music tech startup RightsFlow, which was acquired by YouTube in 2011.

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