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Contractual arrangements between songwriters and publishers.
Licensing of musical compositions by publishers (mechanical and synchronization licenses).
Public performance rights and musical compositions.
Digital / new media issues faced by songwriters and the publishing industry.
The role of the Harry Fox Agency in licensing of musical compositions.
READINGS (BARGFREDE / MAK)
Ch. 4, What is a ‘Copy’ and What is a ‘Performance?,’ pp. 53 – 57
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February 17, 2014
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