September 28, 2021 Webinar: NFT’s and Copyright

Webinar Members: Please use link provided in email invitation

PANELISTS: Jordan Bromley, Manatt Entertainment; Brian Frye, University of Kentucky College of Law; Jeremy S. Goldman, Frankfurt, Kurnit, Klein & Selz MODERATOR: Tara Aaron-Stelluto, Aaron | Sanders PLLC | Member, CSoS Board of Directors Please note only members in good standing and invited guests will be granted access. You must register to attend.

November 16, 2021 Webinar: Should I Sell My Catalog?

Webinar Members: Please use link provided in email invitation

PANELISTS: Kele Currier, ASCAP; Brian Egan, Concord Music Publishing; Chris Farren, Combustion Music MODERATOR:  Kent Draughon, Capitol CMG Publishing | President, CSoS Board of Directors Please note only members in good standing and invited guests will be granted access. You must register to attend.

Webinar: Stan Soocher’s Annual Copyright Review

Webinar

GUEST SPEAKER:  Stan Soocher Stan Soocher is Professor Emeritus of Music & Entertainment Industry Studies at the University of Colorado’s Denver Campus and the long-time Editor-in-Chief of Entertainment Law & Finance. In addition, Stan is an award-winning journalist and entertainment attorney. He is author of the books Baby You’re a Rich Man: Suing the Beatles for Fun & […]

Webinar: Legislative Landscape 2022

Webinar Members: Please use link provided in email invitation

GUEST SPEAKER:  Bart Herbison  Bart Herbison is Executive Director of the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) with 100 domestic and international chapters.  NSAI is the world's largest not-for-profit trade organization dedicated to the songwriting profession. Established in 1967, the organization’s membership of more than 5,000 spans the United States and may other countries.  NSAI is […]

Webinar: Who Has the Last Laugh Now?: A Conversation with Word Collections CEO Jeff Price

Webinar Members: Please use link provided in email invitation

Copyright law can be confusing. The good news is that under US copyright law, comedians and other spoken word performers have the exact same copyrights and even better legal rights than musical songwriters. This means the licenses and accompanying royalties are not at all imaginary but required and protected under the existing laws. The problem […]

Webinar: Thriving in the Digital Age: A Conversation with Linda Bloss-Baum at SoundExchange

Webinar Members: Please use link provided in email invitation

Linda Bloss-Baum, VP/Government Relations & Public Affairs at SoundExchange (www.soundexchange.com),  will provide an update on their latest programs including the fight to create a terrestrial performance right for artists (via the American Music Fairness Act), new developments in royalties for foreign neighboring rights, an update on digital radio in the US, and other key initiatives […]

Webinar: The Phonorecords III Remand – What does this mean for the copyright holder?

Webinar

Danielle Aguirre, Executive Vice President & General Counsel of the National Music Publishers’ Association (NMPA), will present information regarding the Phonorecords II Remand, updates since the July 1 response to the CRB, and the Remand's potential impacts to the copyright landscape. About Danielle Aguirre Danielle oversees all of NMPA’s legal, business and policy objectives.  Her […]

Lunch with Mozaic’s Marcus Cobb

BMI 10 Music Square East, Nashville, TN

About Marcus Cobb Marcus Cobb is CEO and co-founder of FinTech company Mozaic, fka Jammber (www.mozaic.io). Cobb, Nashville NEXT’s 2019 Entrepreneur of the Year, is a serial entrepreneur, technologist, product designer and dynamic public speaker.  His striking journey took him from modest beginnings in El Pasto to technology leader for Fortune 50 companies, amassing a […]

October 20, 2022 – NIVA: Saving Local Live Entertainment from the Pandemic & Beyond

Webinar Members: Please use link provided in email invitation

At this month's webinar learn more about the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA), which was formed in March 2020 to fight for pandemic relief for local music and comedy venues, securing more than $16 billion in funding and keeping a vital part of the music industry afloat.  Dayna Frank and Tobi Parks will discuss the organization’s mission […]

November 15, 2022 – Christian & Gospel Music: The State of the Industry & Beyond

According to GMA over 53 million Americans listen to Christian and Gospel Music several times a week.  These listeners are diverse and most of the listener base is under the age of 50!  After a very successful Gospel Music Week recently held in Nashville, our November event will feature a panel of experts who will discuss the current state of […]