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RightsFlow’s Patrick Sullivan, President And CEO To Share Solutions For How Songwriters And Publishers Can Get Paid March 18, 2010

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RightsFlow’s Patrick Sullivan, President and CEO, To Share Solutions For How Songwriters and Publishers Can Get Paid

Hosted By The Copyright Society Of The South At Nashville Meeting

Nashville, Tennessee – RightsFlow President and CEO Patrick Sullivan will join a panel discussion about digital distribution and the process by which publishers and songwriters are getting paid in the era of online music services such as iTunes, eMusic, Rhapsody and Napster. The Copyright Society of the South will sponsor the meeting this week in Nashville to be moderated by John Barker and to also include The Harry Fox Agency’s Maurice Russell.

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The Royalty Network Partners With RightsFlow For The Royalty Network Partners With RightsFlow For Blanket Mechanical Licensing And Royalty ServicesBlanket Mechanical Licensing And Royalty Services March 3, 2010

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New York, NY – March 1, 2010 The Royalty Network, a leading independent music publisher and administrator, and RightsFlow, a leading provider of bulk mechanical licensing and royalty services, announced a new partnership granting RightsFlow a blanket license for The Royalty Network’s entire catalogue. This blanket access will allow RightsFlow to more accurately identify, account, and remit royalties on behalf of their over 9,500 label, distributor, music service and artist clients. The agreement marks a growing trend of independent music publishers engaging in new procedures to reduce administrative workload and improve efficiency.

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Amie Street Taps RightsFlow For Canadian Licensing And Royalty Accounting Services February 24, 2010

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22nd February 2010, New York, NY – RightsFlow, a leading provider of bulk mechanical licensing and royalty services, announced a deal to handle Canadian royalty reporting for Amie Street, the fast growing online digital music retailer with a one-of-a-kind demand based pricing system.

RightsFlow will assist Amie Street by providing licensing and reporting services to CMRRA/SODRAC, Inc. (collectively known as “CSI”) on Amie Street’s behalf for downloads in Canada, as outlined in accordance with CSI’s Online Music Services Tariff, 2005-2007.

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