“Song Split Disputes – How To Get The Money Flowing”

    • April 9, 2024
    150 150 The California Copyright Conference

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    2:30 pm - 4:00 pm


    “Song Split Disputes – How To Get The Money Flowing”

    In the current world of music, songs often have 20+ songwriters and publishers involved, including sampled works. This panel discusses the many issues surrounding split disputes, including sync uses held up and the types of income on hold. What steps can be taken ahead of time before problems arise? Our panelists have worked through these thorny issues in sampling, licensing, creative, and more!



    Mara Schwartz Kuge | President & Founder, Superior Music Publishing

    Carolyn Soyars |


    Panelists TBD


    Tuesday, April 9, 2024

    2:30pm – 4:00pm PST | Zoom Webinar Broadcast


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    CCC Members $0 per person | Non-members $5 per person


    Registration deadline is Tuesday, April 9, 2024, at 1:30pm PST


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    Mara Schwartz Kuge | President & Founder, Superior Music Publishing

    Mara Kuge is President and Founder of Superior Music Corporation, a full service music publishing and supervision company. Kuge has spent close to two decades in music publishing, including heading the Film and TV Music departments at Bug Music (now BMG) and 10th Street Entertainment (now Better Noise). She has extensive experience in both synch and A&R, having placed hundreds of songs in various media and signing major artists to publishing deals including the National, Grizzly Bear, Siobhan Fahey (Bananarama), Scott Weiland (Stone Temple Pilots), and Sleater-Kinney. Superior Music Publishing, a Los Angeles-based joint venture between Kuge and Modern Works Music Publishing, will soon be celebrating their seventh anniversary.

    Kuge’s two most recent music supervision projects, “The Stand at Paxton County” and “For Madmen Only: The Stories of Del Close,” have both received distribution, and she is currently supervising “Jabberjaw! The Documentary,” about the legendary Los Angeles nightclub. She is a Past President of the California Copyright Conference, an Associate Member of the Guild of Music Supervisors and a professional member of NARAS.

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