Marketers all need to understand the difference between music publishers and record labels – specifically what music rights they control. Here I explain the difference so you can make better music procurement deals, understanding the key factors that impact on negotiations.
It’s the first day back after The Great Escape 2016 (“TGE”) in Brighton – and a chance to take stock of what has become the UK’s biggest combined music conference and festival. This year I took my son...Read More »
GUEST BLOG BY JESSICA KANE
Some music artists seem to put out an album a year, while others keep us waiting for what feels like a decade between releases. No one can argue that the creative process...Read More »
What music rights do you need for your next campaign? It’s not as simple as just securing ‘publishing rights’ and ‘master rights’, there are other music copyrights too that all need to be addressed and the right industry body negotiated with. More in this post on knowing your music rights.
What is meant exactly by ‘term’ in respect to the length of a sync licence? In this post from our series on the A to Z of sync music, Richard explains in detail what music rights owners view as ‘term’ and how this will impact on your sync negotiations.