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Copyright in Public Places

Copyright in Public Places

“All the world’s a stage,” wrote Shakespeare in As You Like It, and he said as much in other plays. The public performance of creative works, including the work of songwriters, has to be seen in that context today. The advent of the Internet and digital technologies has blurred the...

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Song Catalog Finances

Song Catalog Finances

After the music industry was shocked in the early 2000s by the growth of piracy and file sharing, many investors were skeptical about the future of music publishing assets, worried that the value of songs would decrease significantly due to consumer’s free access to music. However, the rise of...

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The Power of False Pretense

The Power of False Pretense

They say that money can’t buy happiness, but it can buy likes, views,...

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Haute Couture for the Red Carpet Star

Haute Couture for the Red Carpet Star

Beyoncé in Versace; Taylor Swift in Kaufman Franco; Pharrell Williams wearing...

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Protecting the Living Dead

Protecting the Living Dead

There are many stars who left the stage far too soon, among them John Lennon,...

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K-Pop’s Ambitions

K-Pop’s Ambitions

Ever since Psy went viral on YouTube and ‘Gangnam Style’ made it into the...

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Game Changing Data

Game Changing Data

Knowledge is power. Francis Bacon knew this 400 years ago. In...

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Reporting on SoundCloud

Reporting on SoundCloud

In the years since the rise and subsequent fall of Napster, the distribution...

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