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    Congratulations to the CCC Board of 2024-2025!

     



    California Copyright Conference Introduces 2024-2025 New Officers and Board of Directors

    Hollywood, CA, June 14, 2022: The California Copyright Conference is proud to announce their newly elected Officers and Board of Directors for the upcoming 2022–2023 season. 

    The new officers are long-time members of the Board of Directors who have contributed their time and ideas significantly to the CCC. The new President is Renee Jeske (Manager, Income Tracking, Disney Music Group); Vice President is Sabrina Ment (Vice President, Business & Legal Affairs, Music, Disney General Entertainment); Treasurer is Paula Savastano (Senior Director, Copyright and Royalties, Angry Mob Music Group); Secretary is Jean Montiel (Music Publishing and Licensing Consultant); and Assistant Secretary is Dana Childs (Managing Director, Sound As A Pound). 

    The following Board Members have been re-elected: Carolyn Soyars (Manager, Copyright Administration, BMG); Jane Bushmaker (Director, DSP Audits, The Mechanical Licensing Collective); Cheryl Dickerson (Music Industry Consultant); David Streit (Creative Director, BMI); Reggie Calloway (Director Music Royalty Funding, Sound Royalties). Newly elected is Alexandra Guzman (Film & Television Manager, SESAC); Roxanne Castillo (Attorney, Film Musicians Secondary Markets Fund); Sarah Brockman (Music Clearance and Administration Consultant). 

    Serving their second Board of Directors terms are: Elizabeth Henderson (Senior Manager, Synch Clearance, Warner Chappell Music); Jonathan Lane (Senior Director, Synch & Licensing, 5 Alarm Music / Music Supervisor, Clearly Music Services); Kristina Benson (Founder, Sweet on Top). First alternate is Debra Delshad (Senior Director, Synch & Music Licensing, Angry Mob Music Group) and second alternate is Kenneth Freundlich (Attorney, Freundlich Law). 

    The new officers and board reflect the broad scope of the California Copyright Conference. Along with its music publishing core, they are in synch licensing, music branding, digital imaging, CPA services, funding, and production music libraries. This dynamic group of people is currently crafting a series of new and exciting webinars, in-person meetings and social events to provide the latest updates on the most significant changes in the music industry.

    The California Copyright Conference was established in 1953 for the discussion of copyright-related areas pertaining to music and entertainment with seven founding members. Today, the organization has grown to over 300 members globally from all areas of the music and entertainment industry. The scope of the CCC has broadened to cover all matters pertaining to copyright and music industry issues. Our members include publishers, performing rights societies, songwriters/composers, attorneys, music supervisors, representatives from trade publications, music libraries, motion pictures, television, multimedia, internet, and record companies.

    For more information, please contact:

    Renee Jeske, CCC President, president@theccc.org 

    Liz Redwing, CCC manager@theccc.org

    And stay tuned for information about our 2022-23 Board Elections.  All active and good-standing CCC members are eligible to be nominated for candidacy in next year’s board elections. CCC elections take place each year in the month of May. Please feel free to contact the Election Committee with any questions at: elections@theccc.org.

    Please visit the CCC website at www.theccc.org