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MPA/MMF Music Publishing Module 2: Creator/Publisher Relationships – 10th March

13 February 2014

The next module of the MPA/MMF Music Publishing Programme takes place on the evening of Monday 10th March. The module will look at creator/publisher relationships, agreements and contracts.

Topics covered:

  • Investment & return; budgeting & cash flow; rights acquisition & signings; advances & recordings
  • Classical, popular & production music publishing agreements: differentials & comparisons
  • Exclusive songwriter, option and administration agreements; single piece/song assignments; development deals and catalogue agreements
  • Processes, procedures, services & relationships: from first negotiation to termination / development to international success
  • Roles & rewards: rights ownership & income participation in 2014: creators, publishers, featured artists, A/V production companies & studio producers
  • Key terms & conditions: implications and negotiation positions in 2014
Date: 10 March, 2014 – 18:30 – 21:30
Location: PRS for Music Boardroom, Copyright House, 29-33 Berners St, London W1T 3AB
Cost:  (per module 6.30-9.30pm, including tea/coffee)
  • MPA/MMF members & PRS for Music staff: £33.33 plus £6.67 VAT = £40.00 per module
  • AIM, APRS, BASCA, BPI, IAMA, MPG members: £50.00 plus £10.00 VAT = £60.00 per module
  • Non-members: £66.67 plus £13.33 VAT = £80.00 per module
If you would like to attend please contact angela@mmf-training.com or complete and return this booking form.

Reference materials will be supplied. This is a three-hour session. The objective is straightforward: to provide practical information placed in the context of today’s music industry.

This programme has been developed and refined over time to ensure that all attendees become better equipped to take advantage of the new business opportunities that are central to the development of our industry. Individuals from all sectors of the music industry will benefit from the programme’s varied and comprehensive content.

CPD accredited Law Society members who attend this Programme may claim three hours accredited CPD time per module. The master class is also accredited by ILEX and fellows who attend may claim the time spent on the master class against their CPD requirement as stipulated in the ILEX fellowship agreement. Members of the ICAEW, AIA, ACCA and AAT may claim the hours spent on this master class against their CPD requirements as stipulated in their membership details.

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