SoundExchange CEO and President Michael Huppe, joined the Copyright Society of the South for an in-depth look at Digital Performance Rights.

| May 14, 2014 | 0 Comments
Pictured from the left: Denise Stevens, John Barker, Michael Hupp, Jill Napier, and Karl Braun

Pictured from the left: Denise Stevens(Treasurer for Copyright Society of the South/ Loeb & Loeb), John Barker(Chairman of Copyright Society of the South/ ClearBox Rights CEO  and President), Michael Huppe (CEO and President SoundExchange), Jill Napier (Vice Chairman of Copyright Society of the South/ Music Services, Inc.), and Karl Braun(Hall, Booth, Smith & Slover)

Luncheon

On Wednesday, April 23, 2014 CEO and President Michael Huppe joined the Copyright Society of the South for an in-depth look into SoundExchange.  The non-profit digital performance rights organization collects royalties for artists and copyright holders.  As the battle continues for all digital performance rights, Michael Hupp is on the forefront of granting rights for those artists and copyright holders who are not being paid by SiriusXM and Pandora for their pre-1972 works. Many Rock Hall of Fame inductees have been affected and SoundExchange is fighting for fairness.

For more information on the pre-1972 works issue, visit: http://www.billboard.com/biz/articles/news/digital-and-mobile/6042278/why-rock-hall-inductees-are-not-getting-the-royalties

For more information on SoundExchange visit: http://www.soundexchange.com/

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