Tag: Music publisher (popular music)
Now that the DoJ consent decree is official, we thought we'd republish this infographic that offers a visual explanation of how the decision is likely to impact musicians, publishers and. Continue reading
BMI To Take Legal Action As It Joins With ASCAP To Fight Today’s DoJ Ruling Eliminatinga Fractional Song Licensing
The alliance was formed and the press release written even before today's ruling. That's how important fighting today's Department of Justice ruling is to BMI and ASCAP.
UPDATE: The DoJ Ruling Is Live. Details Here. The US Department of Justice will release its official consent decree decision governing ASCAP and BMI today, two well placed sources tell Hypebot. Advance leaks. Continue reading
For those looking for some visual clarification regarding how the recent consent decree issue might impact them or the industry, we here examine a helpful infographic which breaking down all. Continue reading
The US Department of Justice will release its official consent decree decision governing ASCAP and BMI today (8/4), two well placed sources tell Hypebot. Advance leaks of the decision, which effectively governs how. Continue reading
Here we look at a letter from the Music Creators North America protesting the Department of Justice's recent decisions regarding full work licensing and partial withdrawals.
The boss of one of the private equity group that invested in the Sony-led acquisition of EMI Music Publishing in 2012 is caught up in a major corruption scandal involving. Continue reading
This article looks at the value of metadata, as well as the challenge of keeping it accurate and up-to-date over time, as ownership and rights can easily change from year. Continue reading
The U.S. Department of Justice has chosen not to amend the 1941 consent decree and is moving ahead with the interpretation that PROs must use 100-percent licensing. The two-year process. Continue reading
The day after the popular birthday ditty was declared to officially be in the public domain, Jenn Nelson has released a 15-minute documentary about the struggle to free Happy Birthday. Continue reading