Digital Economics provides Publishing in Creative Content in programming, advertising and editorial in broadcast, digital, and print media. Their services include Publishing Administration, License Administration, and Talent Residuals Management and Analytics. Digital Economics provides services to clients operating in large, corporate environments, as well as in smaller, entrepreneurial environments.
Creative content consists of the music, graphics and scripts, and the directorial, acting and musical performances that give programming, advertising and editorial the substance and the meaning to touch the human hearts and mind.
Digital Economics Services:
Developing publishing and licensing business plans and pricing models that attract investors, and maximize the current value of future revenues and royalties.
Collecting domestic and international royalties payable by rights organizations such as ASCAP, BMI, SoundExchange and the Harry Fox Agency.
Calculating residuals payable by programmer and advertiser signatories to guild contracts.
Utilizing emerging technologies such as digital fingerprinting and watermarking to verify performances over analog and digital media.
Leveraging the value of electronic program guide and ratings data.
Achieving efficiencies offered by electronic invoicing and payment applications.
Creating accurate, cost-efficient cue sheets identifying creative contributors to programming and advertising.
Clearing talent re-use rights with guilds and with talent management.
Clearing music reproduction, distribution and performance rights directly or through collectives such as the Harry Fox Agency.