Webinar hosted by MediaBeacon: How to take Digital Rights Management to the Next Level

How to take Digital Rights Management
to the Next Level

The DRM solution of your DAM dreams

Hosted by MediaBeacon

Join FADEL at this MediaBeacon webinar to learn more about extending your MediaBeacon DAM with sophisticated Digital Rights Management capabilities. 

Title: How to take Digital Rights Management to the Next Level

Date/Time: Thursday, February 25, 2021, 11 am EST / 8 am PST / 5 pm CET (not available on-demand)

You may know your rights, but do you know the rights of your digital assets?

Your content may include models and branded products. Your challenge, before publishing or using any of these photos in a campaign, is to be certain you’re not violating any of the contractual rights.

This webinar will demonstrate how DAM and DRM work together to uncomplicate the creative process and limit liability based on digital rights.

Register to learn:

  • The role of DAM in your workflow
  • Integrating DRM and DAM
  • Demonstrations of the software
  • Real-life scenarios


Addison Wasson, Product Manager, MediaBeacon
Addison Wasson is the MediaBeacon Product Manager. Addison uses his product knowledge to propose and develop solutions that drive today’s most thriving businesses. Addison has an extensive background in Enterprise solutions and has worked with MediaBeacon for 9 years.



Gregg Guest, VP of Product Management Cloud, FADEL 
Gregg Guest is responsible for driving FADEL’s Rights Cloud product strategies and growing the company’s presence in the digital rights management arena. Gregg is an experienced thought leader on the complex topics of media production and content licensing, having previously worked with Marvel Entertainment, one of the leaders in character licensing and merchandising as well as HSI Productions, an award-winning commercial production company. Gregg also brings over twenty years of experience in marketing and technology to the role, including jobs as Communications Manager at renowned media/IP law firm Debevoise & Plimpton, and as Director of Software at Braveline Technology. Gregg received a Fine Arts degree from New York University in Film & Television and has won numerous awards for film making and screenwriting.