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    The California Copyright Conference was established in 1953 for the discussion of copyright-related areas pertaining to music and entertainment. There were seven founding members. The CCC expanded during the next two years, taking its present form in 1955 under the presidency of famed songwriter Harold Spina.

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    CCC MEMBER SPOTLIGHT

    CCC Board Member, Reggie Calloway, has been selected to serve on the national adviosry board of the Archives of African American Music and Culture (AAAMC) at Indiana University.

    As the Director of Music Royalty Funding at Sound Royalties and a five-time GRAMMY nominee songwriter, Reggie’s appointment to the AAAMC advisory board is yet another example of his unique influence in the music industry.

    As the founder of the techno-funk band, Midnight Star, and R&B duo, Calloway, Reggie’s creative works have coined Billboard chart-topping success. Reggie went on to write and produce hits like “Jump Start” (Natalie Cole), “Love Overboard” (Gladys Knight and The Pips), “Casanova” (Levert), “Joy” (Teddy Pendergrass), and “I’ll Be Good For You” (*NSYNC). Both the AAAMC and the CCC are lucky to have such a talent and creative force on their team.

    Visit Reggie Calloway to learn more and say hello on the Reggie Calloway Instagram. Visit the AAAMC here.