Making money from music on the ‘net: Calif. Copyright Conference event 11.10.09 in Los Angeles
LOS ANGLES, Calif. (MuseWire â€” Building a fan base and earning money in a digital world are the topics for a special presentation by the California Copyright Conference (www.theccc.org) in Los Angeles. The CCC event will feature representatives from some of the industry's top digital companies and content providers. The program, which offers CLE credit for attorneys, will take place Tuesday, November 10, beginning at 6:30 p.m. in Sherman Oaks, California.
â€œAs traditional physical modes of content distribution have seen dramatic revenue declines over the past decade, many have looked to digital distribution as the entertainment industry's white knight,â€ notes CCC president Jonathan Rosner. Everyone involved in the music industry is welcome to come hear and take part in an exploration of where things have gone in digital distribution and where they may be going in the near future.
The program is entitled â€œDigital Distribution: Generating Interest and Income Using Today's Internet Toolsâ€ and will feature panelists Zahavah Levine, Chief Counsel of YouTube, and Kevin Arnold, CEO and Founder of IODA. Co-moderators of the program will be Eric Polin, Sr. VP of Music Publishing for Universal Pictures, and Diane Snyder-Ramirez, VP of Royalty Accounting & Administration for the Royalty Review Council. Additional panelists are pending.
Potential topics for consideration by the panel include:
* Current status of domestic and global digital distribution
* Who are the players, who's up-and-coming
* Payment structures now and looking forward
* Ramifications of piracy
* DMCA (digital millennium copyright act) to stay or go
* Broadband and mobile distribution issues
The program begins at 6:30 p.m. with a cocktail reception. Dinner follows at 7:00 p.m., with the panel presentation set for 8:00 to 9:45 p.m. at the Courtyard by Marriott, 15433 Ventura Blvd., Sherman Oaks CA 91403.
About the California Copyright Conference
The California Copyright Conference was established in 1953 for the discussion of copyright-related areas pertaining to music and entertainment. The CCC encourages, fosters and promotes an interest in all materials relating to copyrighting and other protection of intellectual and creative properties.
For more information on The CCC or to register online for the November 10 program, visit www.theccc.org or call 818-379-3312.
(Editor’s Note: news item sourced from CaliforniaNewswire.com)