Dissecting The Digital Dollar Launches Today – Infographic

13 October 2015

Dissecting The Digital Dollar a major new report commissioned by MMF looking at how streaming services are licensed and income is shared amongst artists, labels and the wider music community is now available to download.

It examines how the music rights industry has evolved a new licensing model for the streaming platforms, and the copyright laws, industry conventions and legacy agreements that have influenced this process.

As revenues from this new licensing model seem set to dominate the music rights business of the future, ‘Dissecting The Digital Dollar’ outlines seven key issues the wider music industry now faces. It then poses 15 questions for artists, managers and their business partners to answer.

Written by Chris Cooke of CMU Insights, the report is based on in-depth conversations with over 30 legal, digital and music business practitioners, and a survey of 50 artist managers in five markets who between them work with acts signed to all three majors and over 100 independent record labels.

‘Dissecting The Digital Dollar’  Get your free digital copy here:

Executive Summary below:

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The Full Report:

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