- Sat, Apr 2, 2011 at 1am
- Jodie Ferneyhough
- Manitoba Music
- 1-376 Donald Street
Manitoba Music is pleased to present a workshop developed by Cultural Human Resources Council on music industry rights and royalties.
With all of the uncertainty in the music industry, effective rights management remains an essential element of a successful career in music – whether its understanding how performing rights income is collected and distributed in different territories, being aware of other multi-format rights such as neighbouring rights and digital rights income, or understanding when and how to audit to make sure you are being properly compensated for your rights.
This workshop is a pilot seminar for a national course curriculum on rights management in the music industry, and is designed to provide useful day-to-day operational information from both business and legal perspectives.
About Jodie Ferneyhough
A former Managing Director for Universal Music Publishing Canada, Jodie Ferneyhough is the current President of the Canadian Music Publishing Association, where he is active in lobbying, copyright reform, and media relations. He is a member of the board of SOCAN and the CMRRA.He is also responsible for the amalgamation of BMG Music Publishing Canada to UMPG Canada. While at Universal Music Publishing Group, Ferneyhough was instrumental in the careers of Sam Roberts, KOS, and most recently, Mobile and Hedley, as well as established Canadian superstars Jann Arden, Shania Twain, Daniel Lavoie, and Avril Lavigne, among others. He has been named Canadian Music Publisher at the annual Canadian Country Music Awards, as well as Publisher of the Year at the annual Canadian Music Week Industry Awards. His artists have also been nominated for or have received awards from Juno Awards, East Coast Music Awards, SOCAN Awards, Country Music Awards, Much Music Video Awards and The Grammy Awards. Jodie has lectured at various educational institutions across the country and is continuously asked upon to speak at various seminars, conferences and functions across North America.
Contact: Roland Deschambault
Address: 1-376 Donald Street