Even if you only casually follow the trials and tribulations of the modern music industry, you’ve probably seen some iteration of the following article on music streaming royalties: “My Song Got One Million Plays on Pandora and All I Got Was X Dollars.” Without question, music streaming royalties are granular. But the dollar figures attached […]
Atlanta Entertainment Lawyer John Seay of the The Seay Firm LLC is speaking at another event – this one at a University of Georgia School of Law on February 5th. The event is for students only, but will be moderated by Bertis Downs. J. Lett (Lett LLP) and Sabina Vayner (Kilpatrick Townsend) will be speaking as […]
On January 29, John Seay of The Seay Firm LLC will be a panelist at a Future Music Attorneys event entitled, “Establishing Yourself as a Music Attorney.” Details below.
By John Seay, Atlanta Entertainment Lawyer Let’s get this out of the way early: I’m excited about Beats Music. Although I’ve defended Spotify at times, I’ve done so mostly because (1) there’s a lot of bad information out there about it; and (2) it needed to succeed because, what else is there? Well, starting on January […]