"We now have an independently adjudicated rate that's approximately 50% above the current ASCAP rate," says SESAC CEO John Josephson.
Cooper (left) with SESAC CEO John Josephson Music creators are “at a major crossroads” in seeking proper payment for their work, veteran entertainment attorney Jay L. Cooper said in receiving SESAC’s…
When many music companies are leaving or have left for less-expensive office space, one company has doubled down on its Music Row footprint in Nashville. In December SESAC will move to its new…
Of the three performance rights organizations, SESAC — a somewhat indelicate acronym for its original identity as the Society of European Stage Authors and Composers — is the most merciful when it…
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With the mainstreaming of electronic dance music, the industry has had to confront a number of challenges adapting DJ culture to more established digital music platforms. Not the least of these…
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The executive orchestra: Music executives, Part I
For the first time in more than a decade, composers and lyricists working in film, TV and videogames are considering unionization.