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Mondo.NYC Speaker

Jamie Dominguez

Jamie Dominguez

Regional Director of Business Development & Artist Relations, Sound Royalties

Jamie Dominguez is a music industry executive with 25 years of experience,
specializing in rights management, music publishing, artist development, creative
finance and education. She is currently Regional Director of Business Development & Artist Relations at Sound Royalties, providing music creatives with innovative funding
options that allow them access to capital without sacrificing ownership of their copyrights or their independence. Her professional experience includes 19 years at
SESAC, the only U.S. based music rights organization that administers public
performance, mechanical, micro-synch and other rights. As Senior Director of Creative Services she led the New York-based team in identifying, developing, and nurturing
their extensive roster of songwriters and publishers. She joined the faculty at Berklee
College of Music’s NYC campus at the legendary Power Station studios, teaching Business and Entrepreneurship in the Creative Space as part of their Master of Arts in
Creative and Media and Technology program. She currently serves on the Board of Governors for the Recording Academy’s New York Chapter. Jamie also serves on the Board of Directors for Mono Stereo Groove, a creative collective of AAPI music creators and executives whose mission is to amplify and create visibility for the API music community. Recently she joined the Board at Filipinos Advancing Creative Education (FACE), a nonprofit organization empowering the next generation of Fil-Am creatives. She has previously served on the Library of Congress National Recording Preservation Board and the Education Special Projects Committee for the Songwriters Hall of Fame. Jamie holds a Bachelor of Journalism, Mass Communication and Media Studies from
The University of Texas, Austin.

Common Pitfalls in Leveraging Your Music Catalog and How to Maintain Ongoing Cash Flow

10/10/23, 3:00 PM

This panel will explore the common pitfalls a creative can encounter when leveraging their music catalog. There are a growing number of alternative funding options these days, so it’s imperative that musicians and their teams weigh all of the options to fully understand what they’re getting and what they’re giving up.


10/11/22, 4:00 PM

Great art + good data + powerful technology = increased financial success and value for the artist and the community

We’ve gathered a range of music leaders from multiple industry verticals to share their stories and insight into strategies to maximize opportunities for artists and songwriters to grow their audiences via new business models and cutting-edge tech, resulting in greater transparency, more accurate data, faster payment cycles, and ultimately more money in artists’ pockets.

Join us for a broad-based discussion and AMA with representatives from the label, publishing, DSP, data, booking, and media worlds as they share their vision and experience.

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