Debbie Rose - Shapiro Bernstein Publishing, New York

17. marts: 14:00 – 17:30
Modul V: Publishing and PRO’s in the US – en indføring i de amerikanske forhold omkring publishingaftaler, PRO’s (ASCAP, BMI & Sesac), samt de grundlæggende forhold omkring amerikanske aftaler.

An active publisher and advocate of songwriters rights for over 20 years, Debbie Rose is Vice President of Shapiro, Bernstein & Co., Inc. Shapiro Bernstein is the oldest American family-owned independent publishing company.

Celebrating its 100th year in business, Shapiro Bernstein’s catalog is an endless trove of treasures including standards like In The Mood (Garland), The Way You Look Tonight (Fields/Kern) and Ring Of Fire (Carter/Kilgore). The film library includes Academy Award winning staples like Lawrence of Arabia (Jarre) and Bridge on the River Kwai (Arnold). Aside from the vast collection of classics, Shapiro also represents extraordinary contemporary songwriters from around the world including renowned DJ, David Guetta and indi-bands Savoir Adore and Joywave.

At Shapiro Bernstein, Debbie oversees all aspects of the company including; creative, royalty, copyright, licensing, business affairs and international. She believes the elemental part of music publishing is protection of the songwriter and enjoys the fundamental responsibility of promoting their music in the marketplace and un-turning every stone in search of their well-deserved income. To this end, Debbie spends a significant amount of time travelling every year, meeting with societies and representatives around the world. She also believes success in publishing is wholly dependent on surrounding oneself with a quality team; both the creativity of songwriters she represents and the diligence of the Shapiro Bernstein staff motivate her daily.

Prior to joining Shapiro Bernstein, Debbie was an active music supervisor, independent publisher and spent many years as Director of Member Relations at ASCAP. She sits on a committee at PRS and is a longtime Board of Director of the Association of Independent Music Publishers in New York. She encourages everyone interested in quintessential songs from every decade to visit the Shapiro Bernstein website at