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October 28, 2021

Time: 5:30 PM EST

What is the National Performing Rights Exchange (NPREX) and can it be an alternative to licensing Performing Rights?

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The National Performing Rights Exchange's (NPREX) patented, cutting-edge technology is the world's first and only electronic marketplace for direct licensing of music. Join this webinar to learn how direct licensing on the NPREX Exchange not only increases royalties but also pays music owners immediately when their music is licensed. In addition, NPREX provides transparent and detailed reports throughout the quarter showing which music users have licensed which catalogs — and all this with no additional burden on rights-holders. NPREX puts the control of pricing and licensing music in the hands of the music owners by connecting them directly to the music users with no middlemen. NPREX will also demo their technology and show attendees exactly how it transforms the 100-plus-year-old indirect blanket model into a modern electronic direct licensing marketplace.

Panelists

Chuck Fleckenstein
CEO @ NPREX

Lee Greer
President & Founder @ NPREX

Moderators

Jeff Pachman

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