The Future Of Music Rights

    Copyright Management for the Modern Age

    Downtown’s platform has been purpose-built for the challenges of today and the opportunities of tomorrow. Designed for clarity, speed and accuracy, our unparalleled systems expedite payments by up to 12 months and effectively monetizes, protects and enhances the value of your catalog. We recognize the unique properties of different songs and songwriters and customize our global collection mechanisms for each client. This process enables us to uncover revenue derived from 100 countries and over 20,000 unique income sources worldwide.


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    Niall Horan’s ‘Flicker’ Debuts at #1

    Downtown singer and songwriter, Niall Horan's first solo album Flicker has debuted at #1 on the


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    Downtown Expands to Paris and Sydney

    Feb 14, 2018

    We are thrilled to announce the launch of our seventh and eight offices in two of the most fascinating music markets, where we will be focused on investing in local songwriters and artists as well as marketing and promoting Downtown’s global catalog of world-renowned song copyrights.
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    Downtown x GRAMMYs 2018

    Jan 29, 2018

    Music’s biggest night returned to New York City to celebrate its 60th annual awards, honoring outstanding creators and projects from the past year.
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    Downtown Expands Global Sync Team

    Jan 10, 2018

    We are excited to welcome Tristan Wilson as Head of Sync & Brand Partnerships in the UK.
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    Catalog Highlights

    Downtown Decades: 1960s

    The 1960’s was an era defined by music, perspective, and change — ranging across genres of Rock, Latin, Jazz, to R&B. It was a pivotal time, as rock music came of age and began to dominate the pop music charts. The Beatles were significant to defining the zeitgeist of western culture in the ‘60s. Written by John Lennon and Paul McCartney “Love Me Do”, was their first hit in the UK, propelling their career.


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