Panel 1 / 

Platforms and territories

Discover the characteristics and trends shaping content in Africa, Latin America and Southern Europe.
4 July
10:00
- 10:45

Summary

Using rights. Different DSP models from different continents will be analysed from a multiterritorial perspective, considering each model’s challenges and opportunities, how they approach the rights holder market, where licensing is headed in the future and the need for fair remuneration of rights holders.

Speakers

Speaker

Gabriel Llano
Gabriel Llano
Tiktok Latam

Gabriel began his career as a concert booker. With more than 12 years of experience in the music industry, he began his career as a concert booker in Bogotá and Bucaramanga. In October 2019, he was appointed Sony ATV A&R manager for Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela.

Speaker

indre boaretto
Indre Boretto
Deezer

Indré Boaretto lives in Paris and leads the global editorial team at Deezer. She has worked for companies such as Yahoo!, Nokia and BMG UK in London and holds an LLM in Intellectual Property Law. She is also a member of the Digital & Content Licensing Board at Bitkom.

Speaker

Kirstin Moffat
Kirstin Moffat
BMAT - Music Innovators

Kirstin Moffatt is the Regional Manager for Africa at BMAT. Following emerging trends in the African market closely, she advises companies to help them understand copyright and ensure that artists receive payment on a regular basis. She has recently begun to work across the MENA region. She is a member of the executive board of the Association for Electronic Music.

Speaker

Gillian Ezra
Gillian Ezra
Simfy Africa

Gillian Ezra is Head of Content and Engagement at Africa’s super app Ayoba, working in the music streaming and instant messaging sector. She was Head of African Operations at Deezer and played a central role in launching Simfy Africa, the first streaming service in Africa.

Moderator

David Serras-Pereira
UNISON (Europe)

David is a Portuguese lawyer with more than 10 years’ international experience in intellectual property and collective management. He is currently Licensing and International Manager at UNISON. He has worked at the Portuguese CMO SPAutores and the Cape Verdian CMO SCM, as well as on a series of global projects. He is also Head of IP at the law firm JGSA Abogados. David holds a Master’s degree in Law from the Catholic University of Portugal, as well as several postgraduate diplomas in IP and collective management.