New York – RightsFlow, a provider of music licensing and
royalty services, said on Thursday that it has signed a deal with Google’s (NASD: GOOG)
YouTube, to assist with music rights management. The deal allows YouTube to tap
RightsFlow for processing and management of music rights. "We are pleased
to be working with the premier online video community to expedite rights
administration and drive royalty revenues for publishers and songwriters,"
said president and CEO Patrick Sullivan.