We Understand Neighboring Rights
Miami, FL (PRWEB) October 30, 2014
Collecting Neighboring Rights’ revenues worldwide is a real challenge for performers and music labels. InnerCat Music Group, a Miami-based firm, just finished developing a service entirely dedicated to helping featured artists and labels in neighboring rights collection efforts around the world. The Joined-Matching Platform (as it was named) is scheduled to go live November 1st, 2014.
Using this platform, InnerCat will help bridge the gap between rights’ holders and collecting companies around the world. Music labels have access to a variety of analytical tools dedicated to identifying, collecting and analyzing their rights usage. Built up in an innovative way, these services are constantly improving and adapting to the most current industry standards.
Since founded in 2012, by Ana Gonzalez, Paris A. Cabezas and Julio Gonzalez, Sr., InnerCat has been working with labels representing a repertoire of over 500,000 tracks. Thanks to a constantly growing client base and in-house software programmers, InnerCat has gained a vast experience in worldwide rights management.
InnerCat's distinctive and transparent approach to neighboring rights is geared to streamline a very complex process that entails joining and matching records from multiple databases, which often do not share a common denominator. This exercise (joint-matching) focuses in maximizing earnings and speeding up payments to those who are entitled to, including performers (featured and non-featured) and record labels. - See more at: NR
In addition, InnerCat’s transparency business model includes royalty collection payouts made directly, from the society, to the rights’ holder. This approach provides for a safe heaven and a client relationship built on trust. InnerCat's team has extensive experience in client services and is well recognized with artist managers, industry accountants, legal firms and other representatives.
InnerCat's roster of clients include international hit-makers, legacy artists and labels such as: Jose Luis Rodriguez “El Puma”, Mala Rodriguez, Grammy-winners Amaury Gutierrez and Albita Rodriguez, Pancho Cespedes, Jose Jose, Yandel, Jenni Rivera, Aymee Nuviola, Lena Burke, Osmani Garcia, Juan Esteban, G89 Music, Sony Music Entertainment (US Latin), amongst others.
InnerCat Music Group is rapidly becoming a leader in the arena of collecting performance royalties internationally. Also known as neighboring rights royalties, InnerCat has assisted in collection efforts that have yielded well over seven digits over the past 2 years.
“Digital radio webcasters are an increasingly important slice of the music industry’s revenue. For consumers, streaming is now the preferred method to access music, and labels, producers and independent artists benefit a great deal from this economic reality,” said InnerCat’s managing partner Ana Gonzalez.