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Wednesday, October 7 • 4:30pm - 5:00pm
PANEL: RIGHTS, LICENSES & ROYALTIES: What Does It All Mean For The Business of Music?

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This panel of experts in music rights will discuss the current status and debates over rights licensing and royalties as it relates to creators, rights owners and digital music businesses. What are the latest business, legal and policy developments? What needs to happen so that creators can make a fair living, labels, studios and publishers can see a fair return on their investments, technology companies have an incentive to innovate and receive a fair share of the pie and fans can satisfy their hunger for and exploration for new entertaining content?

Richard Conlon, Principal, Rights Management Holdings
Jim Griffin, Managing Director, OneHouse
Wayne Josel, SVP, Business & Legal Affairs, ASCAP
William Colitre, VP, Business & Legal Affairs, Music Reports
Moderator: David Leibowitz, Managing Partner, CH Potomac


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David Leibowitz

Managing Partner, CH Potomac

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William Colitre

Music Reports, Vice President, Business & Legal Affairs
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Richard Conlon

Principal, Rights Management Holdings
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Jim Griffin

Managing Director, Hazen/OneHouse
Jim Griffin is the Managing Director of Hazen, LLC and OneHouse, both dedicated to the digital delivery of art and its monetization. Griffin ran The Pho List for almost two decades and was CTO for Geffen, President of Network Licensing for Warner, ran Cherry Lane Digital for Cherry Lane, and has served as an advisor to WIPO on copyrights and music licensing.
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Wayne Josel

Senior VP, Business & Legal Affairs, American Society for Composers, Authors, and Publishers
Wayne Josel is the Senior Vice President, Business & Legal Affairs at the American Society for Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), the nation’s leading performing rights organization. ASCAP licenses public performance rights in musical works on behalf of, and distributes royalties to, its nearly 500,000 songwriter and publisher members. In his role, Wayne has primary responsibility for negotiating and structuring license... Read More →

Wednesday October 7, 2015 4:30pm - 5:00pm