“At Sound Royalties, we stand firm as a music-friendly finance organization that is passionate about creatives retaining their rights,” said Calloway.
WEST PALM BEACH, Fla. (PRWEB) March 07, 2018
Sound Royalties, LLC, a finance firm that services music professionals, today announced that its Director of Music Royalty Funding and Board Member of the California Copyright Conference (CCC), Reggie Calloway, will be co-moderating the CCC’s upcoming panel titled “What’s in Your Wallet…Show Me the Money” with Rene Merideth, COO and Co-Founder of Exploration. The panel, will discuss the variety of income streams of the music industry. They will help to demystify these streams along with the new legislation and pay rates that surround them. The idea is to continue to educate those who create the music and those who are here to protect their rights. It will take place Tuesday, March 13, 2018 in Los Angeles.
Participating panelists include renowned executives and representatives from across the music and entertainment industry such as: Richard Conlon, Chief External Affairs Officer for SoundExchange; Michael Crepezzi, Executive Director of Distribution & Administration Services for BMI; Bill Colitre, Vice President and General Counsel for Music Reports; and Maria Gonzales, Co-Partner at Yardnoise.
In addition to sitting on the CCC’s Board of Directors, moderator Reggie Calloway is a five-time Grammy nominee, best known as the founder of popular Techno-funk band “Midnight Star.” At Sound Royalties, Calloway plays an integral part in leading the innovative company that has pioneered a transformative way for music professionals to fund their creativity and receive non-credit based royalty advances. The entire Sound Royalties team, led by Founder and CEO Alex Heiche, actively support music rights advocacy for singers, songwriters, and all music professionals in the industry. Calloway’s participation in the CCC panel is representative of the overall commitment that Sound Royalties has to stand for and with copyright holders and musicians.
“At Sound Royalties, we stand firm as a music-friendly finance organization that is passionate about creatives retaining their rights,” said Calloway. “As an experienced artist, I’m proud to be a voice for others in the industry and am thrilled to lead this discussion hosted by the California Copyright Conference. I look forward to being able to provide useful insights and tips on the steps to creating music and how to better receive their earned funds.”
The CCC is an entertainment industry non-profit organization that cultivates informative spaces for music industry professionals to discuss industry matters regarding performance rights, revenues from streaming, monies from merchandising deals and more. The CCC is currently expanding its membership reach and invites music industry professionals to join and become part of the growing conversation on how to be successful in this evolving industry.
J. Charley Londoño, Esq., President of the California Copyright Conference added: “The music industry, after many years of declining revenues, is now experiencing tremendous growth in revenues via different digital service providers such as Spotify, Apple, and Amazon, as well as an increase in revenues from the use of music in different platforms such as Pandora, SiriusXM, Netflix, and Hulu. However, this growth in revenue now requires an understanding of complex calculations for the collection of micro-pennies. This panel seeks to demystify the collection and distribution of these revenue streams to the copyright owners of musical compositions and sound recording masters.”
Taking place at the Sportmen’s Lodge Events Center in Studio City, registrants are able to begin check-in for the panel starting at 6:15 p.m. Prior to the discussion, attendees will be provided with a cocktail reception and dinner. To learn more about the panel and details about registration, visit here.
About Sound Royalties
Founded by CEO Alex Heiche, Sound Royalties, LLC is a privately-owned specialty finance firm that helps music industry professionals fund personal and professional projects while allowing them to retain the rights to their music and royalties. The company's core business is offering royalty advances of anywhere from $5,000 to $10 million, without having to deal with credit issues, while preserving all rights to the artist's music. It does this by advancing artist royalties paid through music labels, digital performance royalties paid through Sound Exchange, songwriter royalties and performance royalties paid through music publishers and Performing Rights Organizations such as ASCAP, BMI and SESAC, and music streaming royalties from Spotify, Apple Music and YouTube. To date, Sound Royalties, LLC has worked with a wide range of leading music industry professionals, including Grammy Award winners, platinum recording artists and notable music industry executives in every genre. Learn more at https://www.soundroyalties.com.