Emma Madison is a screen industry executive with more than 15 years experience in royalty distribution. During her time at Screenrights she has overseen payment of more than $300 million in royalties to companies and screen practitioners in Australia and around the world.
In her current role as Head of New Business & Technology Emma is developing a range of new solutions for the industry to help navigate recoupment of investment and understand the financial performance of content in an increasingly fragmented market. She also oversees Screenrights' Disbursement Service, its new Residuals Service and secondary royalty collections from overseas.
Screenrights is a non-profit membership organisation that provides rights and royalty management services to the screen industry. It facilitates access to screen content through simple licensing solutions for teachers in education, administrators in government, and home viewers with subscription TV – and makes royalty payments to its members for the programs audiences love.
What we're talking about at the Industry Roundtable
Film & TV recoupment, residuals and investor reporting.
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