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February 25, 2021

Time: 5:30 PM EST

Live Streaming in the COVID Era

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Join us for this webinar exploring the changing landscape of live streaming. We’ll discuss what rights and clearances are involved, the different types of live streamed content and the services and monetization being developed as we all adjust to this live streamed world. 

 

 

Reservation Cutoff: February 25, 2021

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Panelists

Janine Small, Esq.
Janine Small PLLC

Monica Corton
Founder & CEO- Go to Eleven Entertainment

Steven Marks
Founder and CEO of RoadNation

James Leacock
Manager, Media- SOCAN

Shawn Wilson
Founder/CEO - Muzooka

Moderators

Arthur Levy, Esq.
The Levy Firm

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Additional Speaker Information

As a music and entertainment lawyer for nearly 3 decades, Janine Small has been a devoted advocate for a wide range of world renowned and developing performers, songwriters, managers, record producers and executives. In her own practice, Janine Small PLLC, and during her long tenure as a partner at Carroll, Guido and Groffman,an industry leading entertainment firm, she also honed her expertise in representing producers and promoters of live events. Ms. Small has been continuous counsel for some of the largest U.S. festivals, includingBonnaroo, Outside Lands, Lockn’, Clusterfest, Okeechobee and Hangout. Sheis a past chair of the American Bar Association Forum on the Entertainment andSports Industriesand music industry contracts adjunct at Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law and is currently a Co-Legal Community Lead for She is the Music and on the advisory board of Fest Forums. Ms. Small is a mandolin hobbyist and for the past few decades has enjoyed hosting bluegrass parties featuring a raft of local performers. She resides in Manhattan and is licensed to practice law in New York and California.

Monica Corton Short BioMonica Corton is the Founder & CEO of Go to Eleven Entertainment and the Go to Eleven Entertainment Music Royalty Fund. The company is a women led music publishing, artist services and branding/social media firm that focuses on signing, developing and licensing rights for songwriters, artists and producers with a focus on female creators. Prior to starting the company, she was the President of Monica Corton Consulting, LLC, a full-service music consulting company that advised on music publishing, copyright, licensing, master licensing, royalties and business strategy. From 1991 to 2018, Ms. Corton held several positions including as Senior Executive Vice President of Creative Affairs and Licensing at the music publishing company, Next Decade Entertainment. Her responsibilities included all creative exploitation of Next Decade’s works, searching for and signing new talent, negotiating, drafting and licensing all works published and administered by the company that included the music of Boston, Harry Belafonte, Vic Mizzy (“Addams Family Theme”, “Green Acres Theme”), Sammy Hagar and many more. She was also responsible for overseeing the collection and distribution of royalties. She is a graduate of the Hartt School of Music/University of Hartford, where she obtained two Bachelors in Music, one in flute performance and the other in music education.

Steven Marks is the Founder and CEO of RoadNation, a platform for artists to create tours and livestream. Marks is a veteran entrepreneur and lawyer who guided major music industry efforts such as the creation of SoundExchange and the first rate agreements for streaming in his previous role as Chief, Digital Business and General Counsel for the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA).

James Leacock currently manages the operations of Media-related licensing accounts totaling over 275 million of SOCAN's annual domestic revenue. James and his team have also been working to administer SOCAN Reproduction Rights for clients in Canada and the US. James has held many roles at SOCAN including leadership roles in Concerts, General Licensing, and Business Development. He studied Behavioural Psychology at Western University in London and recently completed his MBA at McMaster University in Hamilton. James lives in Milton with his wife and two sons, he is also a musician and composer.

Shawn Wilson is Founder & CEO of Muzooka, where artist teams manage their own artist assets across multiple platforms, and also report concert setlists to performing rights organizations around the world. With 20 years of experience building and running successful tech companies, Shawn brings a data-powered approach to solving real-world problems. Muzooka is streamlining concert royalty payments to rights holders, ensuring that songwriters and publishers are properly paid when their music is performed live.

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