The world of copyright appears (and can sometimes be) very complex and stratified, especially from the outside. There are no clear instructions available to allow artists and professionals to monetise and manage their rights and they often face major challenges in understanding the economic flows that they can and should benefit from.

The Digital Music Rights Seminar (SEDD) serves as a gathering place for the intellectual property rights management sector for African, Latin American and Southern European music. It encourages professionals to make contact with one another and establish new business ventures. Featuring top experts from the industry from the three continents, the seminar will offer participants opportunities for direct networking.

4 July

Gran Canaria

Sala Insular de Teatro

Av. Primero de Mayo, 72, 35002 Las Palmas

4 July

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Program

Registration

From
08:20

Opening

Octavio Arbelaez, Jordi Puy, Adriana Moscoso
09:15
- 09:45

Pitch

Unison Rights: European digital market - Jordi Puy
09:45
- 10:00

Panel 1

Platforms and regions: discover the characteristics and trends shaping content in Africa, Latin America and Southern Europe
10:00
- 10:45

Break

10:45
- 11:00

Pitch

Capasso: African digital market - Jotam Matariro
11:00
- 11:15

Panel 2

Following the money... How are my digital rights managed, who is responsible, and what does the future hold?
11:15
- 12:00

Pitch

Latam Market - Gustavo González (Abramus)
12:00
- 12:15

Panel 3

Web3: the present and future of non-fungible tokens and digital property
12:15
- 13:00

Networking La Papa Arrugá with the Canarian professional sector

13:00
- 14:00

4 July

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Seminar

Platforms and territories
10:00
Following the money...
11:15
Web3: the present and future of non-fungible tokens and digital property
12:15

Unison is an independent management organisation founded in 2017 in Spain as a result of the liberalisation of the rights management market.

It is based on a new model of collective rights management, which was created to allow rights holders to receive the sums due to them, using technology to enhance efficiency and transparency in rights management.

It serves more than 350 clients and represents more than 40,000 creators, managing the rights to more than 2 million pieces of music.

The organisation works with creators, publishers and management organisations from around the world, including Europe (France, Portugal, Russia, Spain, etc.), Latin America, Mexico and the USA.

It represents copyrights for musical works performed by artists such as: Beyoncé, Mariah Carey, Rosalía, Eminem, Imagine Dragons, Christina Aguilera, Alizzz, C. Tangana, Janis Joplin, Run DMC, TUPAC, Snoop Dog and many more.

 

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