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CMU+TGE 2021 Panel: Getting Rights Data Right

By | Published on Thursday 22 April 2021

CMU TGE Panel - Rights Data

The Great Escape Online is taking place on 13 and 14 May, with a packed conference programme of interviews, webinars, briefings and debates, both on-demand and live, as well as networking opportunities galore within a bespoke online conference platform.

CMU is presenting three strands of panels and briefings this year. That includes Future Music Strategies, supported by BPI, and looking at the latest trends in streaming, fanbase building and the direct-to-fan relationship, and investigating what the touring and festival markets will look like in the post-COVID, post-Brexit world.

What technologies, data, influencers, partnerships and strategies will be essential for success in the years ahead? Look out for this panel as part of the Future Music Strategies strand…

In a streaming dominated music industry built on billions of tiny micro-payments paid for every stream, accurate and consistent music rights data has never been more important. Meanwhile, advances in data management and standards – and audio ID technology – can also enhance the music experience, and result in the more efficient payment of royalties from other revenue streams like radio and public performance.

What do artists, songwriters, labels, publishers and digital services need to know to get rights data right? We ask the experts: music licensing consultant Becky Brook; Head Of Repertoire at PPL, David Goggin; Head Of International Relations at The MLC, Indi Chawla: and CEO at RightsHub, Lee Morrison.

To access the CMU strands and all the other content available as part of TGE Online this year get yourself a delegate pass here.

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