Paperchain's Rahul Rumalla presents at the RightsTech Summit, NYC

Published by Paperchain

Tags: music

On September 27 2017 at the RighsTech Summit in NYC, Paperchain’s CTO Rahul Rumalla presented a preview of our research into the music industry’s black box royalties.

Titled, “Understanding Music Industry’s Black Box Royalties”, the presentation highlighted key insights into the research we are conducting into black box royalties.

The research is composed of:

Key insights highlighted where:

missing, music, incorrect, data, poor, rights, lack, information, metadata

The challenges faced vary across the industry, which lead to variation in how this impacts industry stakeholders.

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The output will be synthesized into a whitepaper produced in partnership with Music Ally.

A huge thanks to Paul Sweeting and the Concurrent Media and NYME team for a great event. A lot of great minds bouncing ideas off each other and now that technology is catching up to the thinking, there is a real desire to solve these underlying issues.

You can view the full presentation deck below.

Understanding the Music Industry's Black Box Royalties — RightsTech Presentation from Paperchain