Thursday, March 13, 2008

SESAC’s Cappriccieo M. Scates talks Money to Songwriters & Music Producers at Radio Music Conference


Antonio Richardson, Conference Organizer
(229) 255-4016
Jamey Perez, Public Relations
(404) 247-3874

SESAC’s Cappriccieo M. Scates talks Money to Songwriters & Music Producers at Radio Music Conference

Performing rights organization will provide participants with real ways to make money in the music business.

March 13, 2008 (Albany, Ga) The worlds of business and the music industry have long collided, and have proven to be both a viable and lucrative mix. On Saturday, March 22, 2008 the Southwest Georgia Radio and Music Conference, which is being held at the Hilton Garden Inn in Albany, Georgia, will bring an impressive roster of business leaders, entrepreneurs, and recording industry executives together to network, educate and inspire participants. Cappreccio Scates of SESAC Atlanta is just one of the confirmed speakers, and his vast knowledge of the business of music, songwriting and publishing rights is worth its weight in platinum.

Professional people seeking tried and true information on launching and growing a successful enterprise in either the traditional landscape or via the internet will not only receive insight from these dynamic speakers, but will have the rare opportunity to meet and talk with them face to face. Additionally, workshops and hands-on training will be available for those looking to take their web presence to new heights.

SESAC, a performing rights organization (PRO), will be represented by Cappreccio Scates, Associate Director for the Atlanta branch. The organization represents songwriters and publishers and their right to be compensated for having their music performed publicly. SESAC was the very first PRO to use a highly sophisticated digital tracking device called BDS (Broadcast Data Systems) to keep track of artists’ songs. The organization collects royalties in every facet of public performance. Cappreccio Scates and the SESAC Atlanta team are an important aspect to the conference because they represent the songwriter and publisher—a vital component to the success of an entertainment professional.

“I’m thrilled to be participating in the conference and look forward to meeting all of the amazing speakers. This is the first event I’m attending where I can learn how to start my own business, make money online, and get the inside track on being successful in the entertainment business—all in one day!”, exclaims Misha Ellzy when asked about her thoughts on the conference.

The Southwest Georgia Radio and Music Conference is setting a new standard for the way entertainment industry events are conducted. With the emergence of new media, the growing free enterprise landscape, and the changing face of corporate-managed entertainment companies, this groundbreaking conference is cultivating a new crop of entrepreneurs and professionals aspiring to carve their own path in business. For more information or to register, please visit

About the Southwest Georgia Radio and Music Conference:

The Southwest Georgia Radio and Music Conference is a one-day/one-night music conference and seminar with prominent music industry and business professionals. This music conference is anticipating a variety of tourists and fans to flood the streets of Downtown Albany, Georgia for this HISTORY making Radio Music Conference and How to Make Money Online Seminar!

The Radio Music Conference is scheduled for Saturday, March 22, 2008 in Albany, GA at the Hilton Garden Inn, 101 S. Front Street, Albany, GA 31701. The Southwest Georgia Radio Music Conference will feature the groundbreaking workshop How to Make Money Online by JaWar, Motivational Speaker/Author/Consultant. JaWar has built and maintains over 40+ websites, blogs, web pages, ebooks, special reports and audio books.

For additional details on registering, sponsorship and performance opportunities for the Southwest Georgia Radio & Music Conference call 404-543-0675 or 229-255-4016.

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