Show Me the Money:
How to Maximize Every Revenue Stream for Your Music (1:00:15)
In today’s music economy, it’s more important than ever to understand all the revenue-generating opportunities for your songs. But it’s not enough to simply know where the money comes from; you also need to have a smart strategy for seizing upon those opportunities and capturing every possible revenue stream. After viewing this video, you’ll be able to put a plan in place.
- How the growth in digital media has increased the number of revenue streams available for your music.
- Why your P.R.O. (ASCAP, BMI, SESAC) alone is not enough to collect everything you’re owed.
- An outline of all the different kinds of royalties you should be collecting now.
- How to properly register your music to ensure you are earning everything you should be.
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Kevin Breuner - VP of Marketing, CD Baby
Kevin Breuner has spent over 20 years working in the music business, both as an artist and an industry professional. His band Smalltown Poets’ self-titled debut sold over 200,000 copies and landed a Grammy nomination plus multiple Dove Award nominations. Kevin is currently the Vice President of Marketing at CD Baby and the host of the DIY Musician Podcast.
Rob Filomena - Director of Music Publishing, CD Baby
Rob Filomena is Director of Music Publishing at CD Baby where he administers a publishing platform that’s grown to represent the worldwide rights forover 70,000 songwriters in just two years. Rob is a recognized industry expert in the fields of music for advertising and music publishing. His work has been cited in Rolling Stone, Billboard, and more.
J. Gibson - Head of Content Strategy, Rumblefish
J. Gibson is the co-founder of record label and music distributor reapandsow. He is also a team member at Rumblefish, the world leader in music micro-licensing and YouTube monetization. Gibson’s knowledge of the complex rights associated with sync licensing allows him to help artists operate within the new music business by identifying alternate revenue for rights holders.
Lauren Danzy - Marketing Manager, SoundExchange
Lauren Danzy manages marketing strategies for SoundExchange, the non-profit performance rights organization that collects digital performance royalties from satellite, Internet and cable radio and distributes these royalties to featured recording artists and copyright owners. Lauren is a self-professed music junkie and drummer wannabe, claiming she’s “Sheila E. in [her] head.”