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October 21, 2021

Time: 2:30 p.m. PT

The Music Industry: A Foreign Country Perspective

The foreign country marketplace represents billions of dollars in publisher and songwriter royalties. The “rules of the game’ though outside the U.S. are very different in many ways from the practices, laws and policies that govern our domestic dealings. Many issues and policies surfacing abroad can have a significant effect on U.S. publisher, songwriter and composer revenue let alone the way we do business. This panel of foreign country experts will discuss some of these important issues as well as their effects on the global marketplace. Areas covered include the EU Directive (Article 17), Pan European licensing, the effect Covid has had on collection societies, the fair and appropriate manner of distributing streaming royalties, the handling of translations and the role of sub publishers, among other items.

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Panelists

Peter Jansson
Senior Manager, Music Publishing International, Disney Music Group

Howard Price
Director, Broadcast and Media Rights EMEA, Sony Publishing/U.K.

Cecile Rap-Veber
Executive Director of Licensing, International and Operations at SACEM/France

Alex Taggart
Head of International, Outdustry/China

Moderators

Todd Brabec, Esq.
Co-author “Music, Money and Success”/former ASCAP EVP/Adjunct Professor USC & LA Board Member

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Additional Speaker Information

Todd Brabec, former ASCAP Executive Vice President and Worldwide Director of Membership, is an Entertainment Law attorney, a Deems Taylor Award winning co-author of the best selling music business book " Music, Money and Success: the In-sider's Guide to Making Money in the Music Business” (8th edition, Schirmer Books/ Wise Music) as well as the “Music Publishing Law” chapter in the 2 volume legal trea-tise “ The Essential Guide to Entertainment Law-Dealmaking” ( Juris Publications), an Adjunct Professor at USC where he teaches the course on Music Publishing, Music Licensing and Film, Television and Video Game scoring and song contracts and a for-mer Governing Committee member as well as Music and Budget Chair of the American Bar Association Forum on the Entertainment and Sports Industries. In addition to the Deems Taylor Award for Excellence in Music Journalism, he is the recipient of the 2005 Educational Leadership Award from the Music & Entertainment Industry Educators Association (MEIEA), the 2015 Texas Star Award for Outstanding Achievement and Contribution to the field of Entertainment Law and the 2019 California Copyright Conference Apollo Award for Excellence in Leadership and Achievement in the Music Industry and is a graduate of the New York University School of Law. During his 37 year career at ASCAP, he was responsible for all Membership operations, personnel and offices as well as signing many of ASCAP’s most successful songwriters, writer/artists and film, television and video game composers in addition to significantly changing many of ASCAP's payment, distribution and survey rules including those that significantly increased the royalties for successful radio songs and film and television theme songs and scores. In addition, he was involved in numerous federal “Rate Court” proceedings as well as Consent Decree reviews. He lectures extensively throughout the world at conferences, universities, bar associations, law firms and management companies and has appeared on hundreds of panels including PLI, the American Bar Association, the Game Developers Conference, DIMA, the International Association of Entertainment Lawyers, Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, NATPE, Midem, Canadian Music Week as well as many others. He has hundreds of published articles on all aspects of the business and law of Music and Entertainment. His Mitchell Hamline law review article, “The Performance Right: a World in Transition”, was selected by West/Thomson/Reuters as one of the best Entertainment Law Review articles of 2016. Prior to his Entertainment Law practice, he was a legal services attorney as well as a recording artist, the Reunion. Website: musicandmoney.com, Contact: toddbrabec@gmail.com.


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