WEBINAR: Royalty Accounting For Everyone! with Infinite CatalogThurs Oct. 20 | 2pm ET On Oct 20th we’ll be hosting a webinar called ‘Royalty Accounting for Everyone!’ with our friends from Music Biz, as part of their Fall 2022 ‘Common Ground’ Webinar Series. It’s free and you should definitely come! If you dread calculating royalties, or just feel… Continue reading Royalty Accounting for Everyone! with Infinite Catalog
🚀 “Transfer payee” transaction filter which allows you to filter by payees directly assigned to transfers (as opposed to the payee filter, which filters using payees on the calculated contract for a transaction) 🚀 Deployed the “No Transactions” label on data imports, imports with “No Transactions” will never be flagged as potential duplicates. 🚀 The WooCommerce… Continue reading 🆕 Updates for August 17, 2022
As you may already have heard, in April our team here at IC almost doubled as we welcomed three new team members in to the fold. Now the dust has settled a little, and we’ve celebrated hitting the 100th catalog milestone, we thought it was time to give them a proper introduction. So here goes: First,… Continue reading We’ve Hired!
If you’re a creator, or work with creators, you might be familiar with something called the “360 deal.” These largely-maligned deals became a thing in the mid aughts, right as record royalties started taking a nosedive and everybody was scrambling to keep the money train rolling. They were supposedly pioneered by Paramore’s manager Jeff Hansen,… Continue reading The 360 deal wasn’t wrong, it was oriented incorrectly
Learned about a fascinating revenue share instance via ye olde 60 Minutes. Rwanda’s had a boom of eco-tourism lately, with an increasing number of people willing to pay $1500/person to hang out with the mountain gorillas native to their region. Hotels and services have popped up to round out the experience, with the total sector… Continue reading True Royalty Stories: Rwanda’s Rev Share
Real life tales of (in)famous royalty accounting Story #1: Kevin Smith vs. Miramax This started with me trying to run down a rumor I’d heard that Matt Damon and Ben Affleck weren’t paid any backend royalties for Good Will Hunting. Instead I found this juicy story from Kevin Smith’s recent press tour for a new documentary about… Continue reading True Royalty Stories