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GRD’s Failure

GRD’s Failure

In the era of the Internet, it is still difficult to obtain information about the ownership and control of musical rights and works. This can make the licensing process of such works time consuming for the licensee, and expensive. It would seem that the availability of a multinational music...

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PonoMusic: Cheeky

PonoMusic: Cheeky

By all accounts, PonoMusic has had a remarkable run. After artist Neil Young appeared on “The Late Show With David Letterman” announcing a special high fidelity audio device that could play original master recordings of hit songs purchased online, Pono raised $6 million in a Kickstarter...

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The Value of Tidal

The Value of Tidal

Before celebrity hip-hop mogul and businessman Jay Z came along, WiMP and...

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Talent, Fans, and Equity Stakes

Talent, Fans, and Equity Stakes

The Internet has been a catalyst for the democratization of creativity in art....

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Artist Merchandising Made Simple

Artist Merchandising Made Simple

With recorded music sales in free fall and touring being a very expensive...

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The Performance Right Juncture: Compositions

The Performance Right Juncture: Compositions

Two exclusive rights of copyright are at the heart of the worldwide business...

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SXSW’s Anatomy

SXSW’s Anatomy

Founded in 1987, the South by Southwest Music Conference initially was...

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Your Heart on Your Sleeve

Your Heart on Your Sleeve

In recent years, the evolution of wearable technology has resulted in an...

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