The Songtrust Team announced today new additions to its leadership team, with Brad Yuan joining as Global Head of Rights Management Operations and Noam Mantel as Songtrust’s Head of Product.
Throughout November and December, we held a webinar series revolving around The World of Music Publishing Royalties. Over the course of five sessions, hosted by Songtrust's own Noelle Gambuti and Elizabeth McBride, Publishing Specialists, and various special guests, we dove into the major themes of music publishing royalties. We covered topics from the types of royalties your song can earn you to specialized royalties like YouTube and streaming royalties. The turnout was tremendous and those that attended asked a lot of excellent questions.
Songtrust congratulates General Manager and Co-founder, Joe Conyers III, and Global Head of Business Development, Molly Neuman for being among this year’s Billboard’s Digital Power Players.
Songtrust is proud to attend and network with music business professionals and songwriters at events around the globe. Last month our team headed to Nova Scotia for the Halifax Pop Explosion (HPX), a growing conference dedicated to bringing together industry professionals, artists, and fans from around the world to discuss current trends, topics, and issues in the music industry.
Songtrust is proud to attend and network with music business professionals and songwriters at events around the globe. This month our team headed to Amsterdam for the Amsterdam Dance Event (ADE), the leading conference and festival for the whole spectrum of electronic sub-genres, with more than 1000 events spread out over almost 200 venues.
Songtrust is proud to attend and network with music business professionals and songwriters at events around the globe. This month our team headed to Atlanta for A3C Conference & Festival, an annual conference and festival that has become one of the most important hip-hop events of the year, commonly referred to as “Hip-Hop’s Family Reunion".
Our mission was, not only to announce the launch of our new Atlanta office, but to bring exposure of the Songtrust brand, spread the word about music publishing to producers and beat-makers, and network with music industry professionals via our expo booth, workshops and discussing the state of data on a panel with fellow peers.
NEW YORK - SEPTEMBER 25, 2018 - Songtrust, the leading technology solution for global music publishing administration, today announced its continued growth with the company’s first full time representatives based in Atlanta, Los Angeles and Nashville. Adding to Songtrust’s current 79 person team across its New York headquarters and offices in London and Amsterdam, expanding into other critical markets for music creators is a key part of Songtrust’s global strategy to serve all stakeholders in the music community.
We’ve gone on and on about music publishing in general - discussing the various deals songwriters might encounter to the type of royalties their songs can earn them - and of course, we’ve talked about how Songtrust can help songwriters not leave any money on the table. But, we’ve shared all these ways in a variety of ways and it’s time we highlight the top ten reasons why Songtrust is really an ideal option for songwriters at any stage of their career. Below, you’ll find the top ten reasons, out of many, you need Songtrust: