RightsFlow’s Patrick Sullivan, President and CEO, and Lisa Tiver, Senior Vice President of Business Development, will both be featured participants this week at the Digital Music Forum West conference on October 6 and 7 in Los Angeles.
The conference draws a broad cross-section of hundreds of thought leaders and decision-makers from the artist, label, distributor, publishing, technology, broadcasting, advertising, venture capitalist, and legal communities, with a goal to “examine the role of digital technologies in the future of music”.
Sullivan, President/CEO of RightsFlow, will share a keynote presentation Friday morning at 9:45 a.m. entitled “From the Bronx To The Boardroom: Smart Tips For Launching Your Million Dollar Music Business Today”. During the spirited talk, Patrick will share strategic tips and guidelines for creating, building and growing a dynamic company in today’s rapidly evolving entertainment and e-commerce ecosystems.
Tiver, SVP of Business Development at RightsFlow, will be featured on “The Debate Over Rights, Royalties, And The Law” panel scheduled for Friday October 7, 2011 at 10:15 a.m. Moderator David Oxenford (Partner, Davis Wright Tremaine) will lead the discussion by Jeff Price (CEO, Tunecore), Adam Parness (Senior Director, Music Licensing, Rhapsody Int’l), Les Watkins (SVP, Business Affairs, Music Reports) and Rachel Scarpati (Account Executive, Business Development, The Harry Fox Agency).
The conference will be held at The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles, with additional information posted on the conference website here.
RightsFlow is a leading technology-enabled licensing and royalty service provider for artists, record labels, distributors, and online music companies. Our technology powers rapid song identification and provides an unprecedented level of transparency for both licensees and licensors. RightsFlow specializes in obtaining bulk physical, DPD, and ringtone licenses including streaming, tethered, and limited download rights. Our proprietary “FLOW” licensing technology and 30-million song database allow us to serve over 16,000 clients obtaining licenses from publishers and songwriters all over the world – including major, independent and artist controlled works.
RightsFlow also powers:
• Limelight, its online mechanical licensing utility providing the simplest way for musicians, bands, choirs and labels to clear any cover song.
• MySpark Copyright, the right way to register and protect your intellectual property; simplifying copyright registration for content owners and creators.
Clients include YouTube, Rhapsody, Clear Channel, Muzak, The Orchard, Tunecore, INgrooves, 7 Digital, Wolfgang’s Vault, Copyright Clearance Center, Christian Copyright Solutions, Guvera, Dada Entertainment/Play.ME, Scattertunes, Alliance, Kontor New Media, Beatport, Zebralution, E1 Canada, CD Baby, Disc Makers, Qello, IRIS, REBEAT, & X5 Music Group.
RightsFlow is a member of AIM, A2IM, ASCAP, Chorus America, DDEX, DiMA, MEIEA, NAB, NAfME, NAMM, and NARM.
RightsFlow is headquartered in NYC and has offices in San Francisco and Atlanta. More information about the company is available here.
Contact for RightsFlow:
SVP of Sales & Marketing