RightsFlow

RightsFlow was acquired by Google in December 2011 and is now part of the YouTube team.

RightsFlow is a leading technology-enabled provider of licensing and royalty services for online music companies, record labels, distributors, artists, and songwriters. Our technology powers rapid song identification and provides an unprecedented level of transparency for both licensees and licensors. We specialize in obtaining bulk physical, DPD, and ringtone licenses including streaming, tethered, and limited download rights, and our proprietary “FLOW” licensing technology and 30M+ song database allow us to indentify and license content, render accounting, and pay royalties on behalf of clients quickly and accurately, ensuring that rights-holders are paid for the use of their work.

RightsFlow currently serves over 16,000 clients obtaining licenses from publishers and songwriters all over the world – including major, independent and artist controlled works.

Utilties:
• Limelight (www.songclearance.com), its online mechanical licensing utility providing the simplest way for musicians, choirs and labels to clear any cover song.
• MySpark Copyright (www.mysparkcopyright.com), the right way to register and protect your intellectual property; simplifying copyright registration for content owners and creators.

Member of AIM, A2IM, ASCAP, Chorus America, DDEX, DiMA, MEIEA, NAfME, NAB, and NARM.

RightsFlow was #8 on Crain's "Best Places To Work In NYC" list for 2011.

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Status: 

Acquired

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Employee Count Range: 

11-50

Company type: 

Public Company

Founded year: 

2007

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