Tag: Performing rights
While Google and the Department of Justice may be under the impression that 100% licensing is going to help them in some way, the reality is that this new ruling. 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.
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
Guest Post by Alex Bardanes on Songtrust Blog I don’t need a publishing administrator because I’m already affiliated with ASCAP right? Don’t these two entities perform essentially the same function? Actually, they perform. Continue reading
Many restaurants and venues are getting into legal trouble with music companies like BMI for illegally playing music. On Music Think Tank, Derek Miller talks about royalties, the problems that. Continue reading