Money Matters: Revenue Streams in the Modern Music Biz
with Angela Rose White, Esq. from Los Angeles
Monday, November 18, 2013
Mesa Community College
in Mesa, AZ
- Nov 18, 3:00 p.m. Money Matters with Angela Rose White, Esq. at Mesa Community College
- Nov 18, 6:30 p.m. Money Matters with Angela Rose White, Esq. at Scottsdale Community College
Come learn where you may be missing out, how to generate more revenue, and how and from whom to collect.
You will learn about new types of licensing deals, new sources of revenue available, and how rates are being set and by whom.
Ms. White will address in what areas developing artists can improve existing revenue. She will also recommend best new areas of income to focus on given the artist profile, activities and success to date.
Artist case studies will be presented, and our panel will address in what areas these and other developing artists can improve existing revenue. Our experts will also recommend best new areas of income to focus on given the artist profile, activities and success to date.
This NARIP program has been a hit in every NARIP chapter where we've presented it, so we're delighted to export Angela Rose White, Esq. to Arizona for this special double-header - don't miss it!
Sources of income for creators to be discussed include:
SONGWRITER AND COMPOSER REVENUE
- Publisher Advance
- Mechanical Royalties
- Public Performance (PRO) Royalties
- Synch Licenses
- Sheet Music Sales
- Ringtone Revenue
- ASCAPLUS Awards Program
- Publisher Settlement
- Shows / Performance Fees
- Streaming Concerts: Live, On Demand, Pay-Per View
- Record Label Advance
- Tour Support
- Retail Sales
- Digital Sales
- Sales at Shows
- Interactive Service Payments
- Digital Performance Royalties (SoundExchange)
- AARC Royalties
- Neighboring Rights Royalties
- AFM / Secondary Markets Fund
- AFM / Sound Recording Special Payments
- AFTRA Contingent Scale
- Label Settlements
- Fees for Studio or Live Work
- AFM / AFTRA Payments
- Merchandise Sales
- YouTube Partner Program: Ad Revenue Sharing vs. CPM
- Product Endorsements
- Fan Funding
Music Publishing & Record Executives
Producers, Artists, Artist Managers and Artist Reps
Music Attorneys, Songwriters & Composers
Brand Marketing & Creative Executives
Accountants, Business Managers & CPAs
SPECIAL GUEST SPEAKERS (scroll down for speaker profiles)
Angela Rose White, Founder, David Rose Publishing and DaBet Music Services (from Los Angeles)
Les Scott, NARIP Phoenix Director, Source Q Boutique (moderator)
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Monday November 18, 2013 at 3:00 p.m.
2:30 p.m. - Registration opens
3:00 p.m. - Program begins
4:30 p.m. - Program ends
Mesa Community College Campus
1833 W Southern Avenue
BA Building - Classroom BA10W
Mesa, AZ 85202
Tel: (480) 461-7000
Cross streets: Dobson & Southern
$10 for NARIP members
$20 for Non-members
ARTIST CASE STUDY SUBMISSION
Once you have registered, a confirmation email will be sent to you from email@example.com (this email sometimes ends up in spam so be sure to check there) containing information on how to submit for the artist case study. We cannot feature every artist submitted due to time restraints, but priority will be given to those who submit early as well as NARIP members.
Because you are registering for this program, we offer you the opportunity to pre-order the MP3 recording of the program for only $20 (regularly $39.95). This will also include digital copies of documents distributed at the program. This program will cover a great deal of information, and so you won't have to worry about taking notes! To pre-order now, select the Premium Ticket option below, the mastered recording will be emailed to you within 2-3 weeks after our program (if not sooner).
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SOURCES FOR MORE INFORMATION
Dabet Music Services
David Rose Publishing
42 Revenue Streams
ABOUT THE SPEAKER
Angela Rose White, Founder
David Rose Publishing and DaBet Music Services
Angela Rose White is an attorney from Los Angeles, California, USA, who has concentrated on music publishing/administration for the last 15 years as COO of David Rose Publishing Co. which has a catalog of over 500 songs spanning 60 years; this catalog includes smash hits “The Stripper” and “Holiday For Strings” as well as several TV themes/cues, film scores and classic songs which have been performed, recorded, and licensed throughout the world. White's father, David Rose, was a founding member of the Association of Independent Music Publishers (AIMP). In 2009, White founded Rose Music Services, LLC d/b/a DaBet Music Services to provide songwriters, publishers and their estates with various services regarding catalog management including administration, licensing, royalty analysis, collections and communication with third parties, both inside and outside the U.S. In 2012, White changed her company’s focus after discovering that songwriters/publishers or their heirs and representatives were frequently not aware of the fundamental rights related to song ownership and copyrights. DaBet Music Services now serves primarily as a consulting company to heirs, executors, attorneys, estates and publishers. It provides organization and basic evaluation of music catalogues, copyrights, income streams and management for music catalogs. This new business model has led the DaBet team to act as “music detectives” who diligently research titles, sources of royalties, historical trails for music copyrights, and past and current activity (licensing). The ultimate goal: To eliminate any roadblocks and ensure authors and composers are paid correctly. DaBet consists of three publishing entities: Taste This Music (ASCAP), Vintage Gold (BMI) and Mel’s Taste (SESAC).
Les Scott, NARIP Phoenix Director
Source Q Boutique
Les Scott is a veteran of the music industry and is uniquely positioned to help NARIP members in Phoenix identify opportunities within this business. His publishing company Source Q Boutique specializes in music placement in film & television, and currently represents over 350 writers/artists. SQB is exclusively marketed through its alliances Crucial Music Group, Fuze Artz and Expressive Artists. Mr. Scott consults on intellectual property and other legal matters such as band agreements, record contracts, writer collaborations, performance releases, cue sheets and other custom agreements. As a producer, he is commissioned to write and produce songs for such companies as BMG, FirstCom, Universal Music Group and Network, and has produced over 125 artists/bands in all genres. He knows the current buyers of music and what type of music is in demand. With his hands-on practical knowledge of how music makes money, Mr. Scott understands the marketplace and can offer insight to writers and artists on what they need to know.
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