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Conference Confab: Helen Britton

England ex-pat Helen Britton moved to Toronto looking for a job … any job. What she got was a kickass career plucking bands from musical obscurity, strategically placing them in front of industry bigwigs and riding the press wave across continents.

SoundExchange

SoundExchange is a non-profit performance rights organization that represents recording artists and copyright owners, collecting and distributing performance royalty fees on their behalf. SoundExchange is the only such organization certified by the Copyright Royalty Board (appointed by The U.S. Library of Congress) to collect digital performance statutory royalties from streaming services like satellite radio, Internet radio, cable TV music channels, and similar platforms.

Serino/Coyne

Serino/Coyne is the country’s longest-running advertising agency dedicated solely to live entertainment, with a particular focus on Broadway and touring theatrical productions.

Talent Booking Consultant

When a festival, club, or other live performance venue is seeking new talent to showcase, they turn to a talent-booking consultant that specializes in a particular area, such as comedy or music. This person is a scout that combs the local or national underground scene to find the unknowns and diamonds in the rough.

Marketing Director

The marketing strategy around an entertainment brand, whether that is a product or entire company, is ultimately the responsibility of the Marketing Director. This person creatively designs marketing campaigns that reach out to the target audience to persuade customers to make a purchase.

Personal Manager

In the life and career of any entertainer, the personal manager is often the most important member of the artist’s machine. The lines between personal manager, business manager, and talent agent can be vague and blurry, but this person has the greatest impact on every professional decision made within the client’s career.

Booking Agent

The talent booking business comprises two major segments: the promoters who buy the act and the agents who sell it. A promoter represents the venue and sponsors, while the booking agent represents the artists and their management.