Attend AIMP Music Publishing Webinar

Join AIMP Nashville Chapter for a fast-paced, visual presentation of all aspects of the business side of music publishing presented by industry veteran John Barker (President & CEO of ClearBox Rights, LLC, an independent IP rights managements company, based in Nashville, TN). This comprehensive examination starts by setting the stage with 101 basics, then moving through copyright laws and terminations, types of all licenses and royalty streams, clarification and understanding of digital royalties, current business stats and trends, updates on current legislation and the MLC, and touching on what the future of music publishing might look like. 


Free for AIMP members / $5 for Nonmembers

Nonmembers will be sent a Square invoice for payment after registration. Once paid, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.

Reservation Cutoff: July 22, 2021

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John Barker
Founder, President, & CEO of ClearBox Rights, LLC


Additional Speaker Information

John Barker is the founder, President & CEO of ClearBox Rights, LLC, an independent IP rights managements company, based in Nashville, TN. (www.clearboxrights.com) John also founded ICG (Integrated Copyright Group) in 1990. Before co-founding ICG, John was General Manager of Publishing and Copyrights for The Benson Company (1985-1989) and A&R Director for Word Records (1983-1985). John has worked with a wide variety of clients, including the catalogs of Marty Robbins, Roy Orbison, Brad Paisley, Ray Stevens, Craig Wiseman, Kenny Loggins, Paul Overstreet, Jerry Chesnut, Mr. Rogers, Mojo Music, Bill Monroe, John Anderson, Loretta Lynn, Allen Shamblin, Don Schlitz, Songwriters Guild of America, Senator Orrin Hatch, Albert E. Brumley & Sons, Manna Music, Seals & Crofts, and many others. He is past President and current member of the Copyright Society of the South, a member of CMA, NARAS, Leadership Music 2012, ACM, Copyright Society of the U.S.A., and AIMP. In 2014, John co-organized IPAC (Interested Parties Advancing Copyright) to provide comments to the Music License Study, and frequently participates in U.S. Copyright Office studies. John has lead copyright administration companies representing over a thousand publishing catalogs for over 30 years. He has designed and overseen the building of three copyright administration software platforms, and is continuously working to enhance systems to provide greater efficiency and transparency related to licensing and royalty processing.