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, Read More
MMF UK has commissioned a major new report ‘Dissecting The Digital Dollar’. The report is written by Chris Cooke of CMU Insights and was first published on 13th October 2015. It was the result of 9 months of in-depth qualitative research with 30 digital music experts and 50 artist managers in five markets including the UK, Read More
The next module of the MMF/MPA Music Publishing Development Programme takes place on Monday 8th April and there are still some spaces left. Book yours now by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. Guest speakers include: MATT SMITH – Tummy Touch Music Group (MD) NEIL GAFFNEY – Right Thinking Solutions (previously EVP, Global Services & European Society Relations at EMI Music Read More
“The issue of piracy rarely seems to leave the news agenda in our industry, yet little progress has been made towards solving the problem in recent years. Music fans must be tired of the constant bleating about the music industry’s troubles, and it is unsurprising that there is little public sympathy with a message that Read More
At present in the United Arab Emirates there are no rights organisations or royalties paid out to artists, writers etc meaning that, as an example, Westlife’s April performance at Jebel Ali Golf Resort in Dubai was not licensed therefore no licence fees were collected for the public performance of their big hits including Billy Joels’ Read More
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