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5/13/21 The MLC Update

Join us for a sit down with Kris Ahrend, CEO of The Mechanical Licensing Collective (The MLC), who will provide a recap of The MLC’s recent inaugural royalty distributions to Members and discuss what’s on the horizon for the organization, including an update on how The MLC is handling historical unmatched data and royalties.



5/6/21 Negotiation Strategies - Getting Results Without Blowing Up The Deal

Negotiating effectively means more than just advocating for you or your client’s positions. It requires listening to the other side and finding ways to solve conflict where neither side feels like they lost. Asking both “mirror” and “window” questions helps your side and the counterparty identify the main goals, concerns, and hurdles to getting a deal done so you can effectively manage the conversation and find creative solutions to make good deals even better. Although these skills can be used in all aspects of everyday life, a special focus will be placed on the strategies that music publishers can use to effectively address the underlying motivations of songwriters, estates, and owners of catalogues when entering into transactions. You will also become aware of your strengths and weaknesses as a negotiator and leave with ideas of how to deal with especially difficult counterparties.



4/22/21 History Lessons: Synchronization and Music in Advertising

Ever wonder who the very first sync licensing person was? Warner Chappell’s Keith D’Arcy will take us through the transition from silent film to talking pictures, and describe how Tin Pan Alley went Hollywood in the 1920’s. Along the way, you’ll discover how synchronization was born and how the movies paved the way for the globalization of American popular music.  Music in advertising has become an important aspect and monetizer of the global music industry, but it wasn’t always relevant nor respected. Josh Rabinowitz, an important player in the business for the last two decades, will examine that history and deliver some anecdotal insight into why people pay so much attention to that intriguing space where music and ads intersect



4/15/21 Scoring In A Post-Pandemic World

Please join us for a conversation with award winning composers along with a studio production executive who share their views on where scoring for Film, TV & Streaming are all headed as most studios start to ramp up production into 2022. How are both the creatives and studios adapting to this evolving environment? What are the challenges going forward? This will be a dynamic discussion with legends in the industry.



4/8/2021 IMPEL

Sarah Williams is CEO of IMPEL, a ground-breaking collective of independent music publishers established to license the digital streaming services. Originally designed for pan-European licensing and partnered for its administration with French PRO, Sacem, IMPEL\'s licensing footprint and industry status is steadily growing. Williams will share the progress that IMPEL has made since setting off on its independent journey, share its strategic vision, and make the case for why multi-territory licensing can bring real benefits to North American publishers.



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