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A Primer on Termination Rights

A Primer on Termination Rights

By default a person that makes an original work and fixes it in a tangible form owns its copyright and consequently the exclusive right that will permit the extraction of commercial benefits from the creation. The economic exploitation of copyrights is commonly made through the granting of...

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Apple Sets Terms and Prepares For Subscriptions

Apple Sets Terms and Prepares For Subscriptions

The iPod, iPhone, and iPad seem to have taken over the music market. Apple, in effect, rules like an empire over it all. Yet there are threats. Music licensing seems to be moving towards cloud-based subscription services, and the challenge to the existing mp3-based music model is all too...

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Taking Stock of SXSW Music

Taking Stock of SXSW Music

South by Southwest (SXSW) is a music, film, and interactive festival and...

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A Controversial Grammy Night

A Controversial Grammy Night

Technology has changed not just how music is transmitted but also how it is...

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The Trade-Off Between Connectivity and Privacy

The Trade-Off Between Connectivity and Privacy

The survival of a business depends today on the gathering of information for...

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The Slings and Arrows of Industry Giants

The Slings and Arrows of Industry Giants

Ever since private equity firm Terra Firma purchased the EMI Group in 2007,...

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China’s Road Forward: A Lesson There?

China’s Road Forward: A Lesson There?

China’s music industry is immense and has enormous potential. It has over...

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The Music Industry in 2011

The Music Industry in 2011

More than ten years have passed since the debut of Napster shook the record...

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