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Raoul Chatterjee, 7digital, Music 4.5 IP & Licensing

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Raoul Chatterjee, 7digital, presentation at Music 4.5 IP & Licensing seminar held in London on 25 June 2014.

Sub-licensing, technology and 3rd party licensing
Streaming technology has heralded the rise of different companies to challenge the previously comfortable position held by Apple iTunes. Music providers need to ensure that they have the flexibility to adapt to all industry licensing shifts and changes so that their platform remains relevant and open for new partnership opportunities.

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Raoul Chatterjee, 7digital, Music 4.5 IP & Licensing

  1. 1. Music 4.5 is organised by Sub-licensing, technology and 3rd party licensing Raoul Chatterjee, SVP Music, 7digital #m4pt5 #musiclicensing
  2. 2. Sub-licensing, technology and 3rd parties June 2014
  3. 3. Contents 1. Introduction 2. Licensing Challenges 3. Partner Network 4. Simplifying Access to Music 5. Decade of Downloads 6. The Cloud 7. Streaming Comes of Age 8. Developing Licensing Models 9. Conclusions
  4. 4. 1. Introduction Raoul Chatterjee – SVP Music @ 7digital
  5. 5. 2. Licensing Challenges Rights owner super-powers Multiple licenses per recording European fragmentation of publishers Border restrictions for services Limited anti-piracy measures Slow pace of change
  6. 6. 3. Partner Network 7digital API powers over 250 services On over 300million devices globally Cross platform: Mobile, Tablet, PC, TV … Sub-licensed rights from thousands of labels & publishers
  7. 7. 4. Simplifying Access to Music Simplifying music licensing A one-stop-shop for b2b clients A filter for labels and publishers
  8. 8. Downloads 5. Decade of Downloads
  9. 9. 6. The Cloud
  10. 10. 7. Streaming Comes of Age
  11. 11. 8. Developing Licensing Models High definition audio formats Innovation in the connected home Catalogue segmentation Lean-back, curation and radio Wearable's 7% 21% 32% 40% Savants Enthusiasts Casuals Indifferents Distribution of listener types
  12. 12. Conclusions “Despite positive trends in most markets, overall global music trade revenues fell by 3.9 per cent to US$15.0 billion in 2013” B2B Platforms o simplify licensing for clients and rights holders Effective legal frameworks o are needed to oversee rights owner super-powers Multiple licenses per recording o slows down innovation European fragmentation of publishers o harms competition Border restrictions for services o confuses consumers Limited anti-piracy measures o restrict innovation and investment
  13. 13. Music 4.5 is organised by Thank you to our event partners #m4pt5 #musiclicensing

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