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Thursday, May 14 • 9:45am - 10:45am
How to Grow Revenue with Music in Online Video

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In the early days of MTV and for several years following, music videos were primarily utilized as a promotional tool to enhance revenue streams for the recording artist. Today, they are an ever-growing monolith for all parties involved and increasingly so for publishers and songwriters. In today's landscape, every penny matters. So, how does one make sure every cent is being captured in every way possible? How are revenue models changing for existing platforms? What new platforms are worth investing time and energy? Join our panelists to learn about these issues and much more.

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Moderators
avatar for Maurice Russell

Maurice Russell

Sr. VP, Client Services, Harry Fox Agency
Maurice Russell is the Sr. VP of Client Services for the Harry Fox Agency, Inc. (HFA), overseeing all client support functions including client services, licensing, data management, marketing and communications. In his role, he is responsible for all relationship management activities associated with publishers, music distributors and HFA’s Slingshot rights administration clients. Previously, Russell was Sr. VP of Licensing, Collections and... Read More →

Speakers
avatar for J. Gibson

J. Gibson

Head of Content Acquisition, Rumblefish
J. Gibson’s music career began at IODA and Royal Artist Group. When IODA merged with The Orchard, Gibson continued his position as a Sr. Client Manager until 2013. A lifelong musician with a love of numbers, Gibson’s tenure working in finance on Wall Street allowed him to develop a keen business and managerial sense that he now uses as Head of Content Acquisition at Rumblefish. 
avatar for Scott Jungmichael

Scott Jungmichael

Sr. VP of Royalty Distribution and Royalty Research Services, SESAC
Scott Jungmichel is SESAC’s Sr. VP of Royalty Distribution and Royalty Research Services. Jungmichel is responsible for planning, organizing and directing the operations of the Royalty Distribution and Research Services department. He also oversees the performance of all department functions including Content Registration and Optimization, Royalty Administration, A/V Client Services and Research & Analysis.
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David Levin

VP New Media, BMI
A pioneer in digital media and entertainment, David Levin has been creating and enabling markets for digital content since the earliest days of the platform. He currently oversees BMI's Digital Licensing business as a key member of the global leader in music rights management's executive team. Levin's team sets the vision to address digital market needs, negotiating agreements which capture value for the company's 550,000 plus songwriters and... Read More →
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Chris Potter

Manager, Music Partnerships, YouTube
Chris Potter serves as Manager of Music Partnerships at YouTube with a strong focus on engaging the independent music publishing community. Prior to joining YouTube, Potter was the Director of Marketing at Google-acquired RightsFlow, where he drove online interaction for the company's consumer-facing music licensing service, Limelight. Previously, he served as Director of Lifestyle Marketing and Web Services for The Orchard, a leading digital... Read More →
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Jim Selby

Sr. VP, Digital, ole Digital/Majorly Indie
Jim Selby serves as ole Digital's inaugural Sr. VP. Under his leadership he will ensure that ole is at the forefront of online rights management, collections, content and business development by actively representing the interests of the company's clients and owned assets across all online platforms. Born and raised in Ontario, Canada, Selby spent 16 years at Naxos of America and was named the company's CEO since 2007. Since the late 90s, he... Read More →


Thursday May 14, 2015 9:45am - 10:45am
Suite 4A&B

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