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May 3, 2016

May News

  • View Webcasts of Panels – One of the many benefits of membership is our archive of past panels. If you missed the LA April panel on Publishing A&R In 2016, members can view it, and all archived panels from all 3 chapters here. Select 'HD' for the best viewing quality!  All are welcome to view a sampling of video clips here.
  • AIMP Nashville Awards - The Nashville Chapter held their inaugural Awards at the Ryman Auditorium on April 18th.  The Awards honored winners in seven categories representing all aspects of independent music publishing. You can view a list of the winners here.  
  • YouTube Royalty Payments - The artist backlash grows noisier. Read more here
  • Prince's Legal Legacy - Contract fights, copyright battles and changing his name; read more here.  
  • Sony/ATV Deal - Indie publishers add criticism to it.  Read more here.  
  • Featured Member - Meet Mark Spier (scroll down), president and CEO of Memory Lane Music Group.  Mark is also on the board of directors of our NY Chapter.    
  • Congratulations to Jeff Jernigan, an LA Chapter board member and new agent at Kraft- Engel Management, as well as ole's John Ozier who was promoted to Vice President, Nashville Creative. John is also our Nashville Chapter's Executive Director.  
  • Pandora's $2 Billion Payout- Why it leaves a lot to be desired (read more here).  
  • Follow Us - And don't forget to follow the AIMP on Twitter, like us on Facebook and join us on LinkedIn

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