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Music Publishing 101: How Copyright works in the music business

A crash course on music publishing led by publishing administrator for Warner Music Group, Oronde Jenkins, and self taught record producer, composer and song...
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Music Labels Make More Money From Mashups Than Official Videos - TheInternetVision.com

Music Labels Make More Money From Mashups Than Official Videos - TheInternetVision.com | Music & Preforming Arts | Scoop.it
ReelSEO Video Marketing >>  User-generated mashups and other types of unofficial music video content are making the global music publishing industry a ton of money. Record labels are making more from ad revenue from mashups, lip-syncs and fan tributes than they are from their own official music videos. ...

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Music Publishing explained

An introductory guide to music publishing - the business of creating, protecting and promoting songs and musical compositions. This short film produced by th...
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Mike Sammis Lecture - Music Publishing

Mike Sammis, VP and CFO of Universal Music Publishing Group talks to Loyola University New Orleans students about music publishing.
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Lecturer - HigherEdJobs

Lecturer - HigherEdJobs | Music & Preforming Arts | Scoop.it

Position Summary: Princeton University invites applications for the Princeton Fellowships in the Creative and Performing Arts. Princeton Fellowships in the Creative and Performing Arts, funded in part by The Andrew W.


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Songwriters Take Copyright Suit Against Usher To 2nd Circ. - Law360 (subscription)

Songwriters Take Copyright Suit Against Usher To 2nd Circ. - Law360 (subscription) | Music & Preforming Arts | Scoop.it
Songwriters Take Copyright Suit Against Usher To 2nd Circ.
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Here's Proof Music Can Do More Than Just Make You Feel Good - Huffington Post

Here's Proof Music Can Do More Than Just Make You Feel Good - Huffington Post | Music & Preforming Arts | Scoop.it
Here's Proof Music Can Do More Than Just Make You Feel Good
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Friedrich Nietzsche once remarked, "Without music, life would be a mistake." Perhaps this is why, as Daniel J.
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Music licensing issues with ASCAP and Pandora | Social Media Today

Music licensing issues with ASCAP and Pandora | Social Media Today | Music & Preforming Arts | Scoop.it
Songwriters/publishers have been fighting for a fare royalty rate with Pandora and it is a bloody battle.

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Why YouTube's Indie Music Brawl Is Not As Dire As It Sounds - Forbes

Why YouTube's Indie Music Brawl Is Not As Dire As It Sounds - Forbes | Music & Preforming Arts | Scoop.it
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The paid service will pay all artists and rights owners the same amount each time someone streams their song.
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TEDxSydney - Simon Stone - What is Theatre Capable Of?

Theatre director Simon Stone deconstructs some of the common visual and audio tricks of modern theatre in this first-ever performance utilising a cast of fir...
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TuneCore, INDMUSIC team to help musicians profit more from YouTube - Los Angeles Times

TuneCore, INDMUSIC team to help musicians profit more from YouTube - Los Angeles Times | Music & Preforming Arts | Scoop.it
TuneCore, INDMUSIC team to help musicians profit more from YouTube Los Angeles Times Now it's expanding its reach by partnering with TuneCore, a distributor and publishing administrator for digital music, to make it easier for artists to make money...

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Tumblr Music Player - a music player in your blog

Tumblr Music Player - a music player in your blog | Music & Preforming Arts | Scoop.it

A great Tumblr widget to attach music tracks to your blog. Great for publishing class podcasts.

http://ictmagic.wikispaces.com/Music%2C+Sound+%26+Podcasts


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How Songwriters and Music Publishers Make Money in the Digital/Online World

IMRO Music Industry Seminar by Todd Brabec The online/digital world has changed many of the ways that music is licensed as well as the amount of royalties th...
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Warner/Chappell Music Unites Award Winning Production Music Companies Under One Roof - SHOOTonline

Warner/Chappell Music Unites Award Winning Production Music Companies Under One Roof - SHOOTonline | Music & Preforming Arts | Scoop.it

Warner/Chappell Music, the global music publishing arm of Warner Music Group Corp., today announced the launch of Warner/Chappell Production Music, uniting the company's award-winning production music houses, which consist of more than 70 catalogs, including 615 Music, Non-Stop Music, Groove Addicts, Full Tilt and CPM. As part of the launch, Warner/Chappell has unveiled a new website (www.warnerchappellpm.com) which allows visitors to easily and intuitively search its production music catalogs from a single source, for quick and direct access to Warner/Chappell Production Music's extensive catalog.

 

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Ancient Acoustics

Classics Professor John Franklin makes music in a decidedly contemporary way: using a computer and the latest software tools. But the music he creates is anything but modern, originating more than 2,000 years ago in ancient Greece. Franklin calls himself a music archeologist. His computer-based innovations, it turns out, are the best way to recreate a music that sounds hauntingly strange to modern ears.

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Crafting a hit: How many songwriters does it take? | The Salt Lake ...

Crafting a hit: How many songwriters does it take? | The Salt Lake ... | Music & Preforming Arts | Scoop.it
Billboard's recent Hot 100 chart reflects a group of hits mainly showcasing songs written solely by an act and an additional songwriter or those with seven or eight songwriters, such as Pitbull's "Timber" or Jason Derulo's ...
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Tin Pan Alley Pans Aereo | Multichannel.com

Tin Pan Alley Pans Aereo | Multichannel.com | Music & Preforming Arts | Scoop.it

Music composers and authors have told the Supreme Court that if they allow Aereo to continue to operate, it will embolden other "artful dodgers" of copyright law to proliferate, including cloud-based services, suggesting they, too, should be able to deliver copyrighted content without paying for it.



"Already, enhanced cloud music services offered by Internet giants like Amazon have objected to paying public performance royalties," they said, citing the Cablevision decision that found that remote DVRs delivering cable content to individual subs were not public performances subject to additional copyright payments.

 
In an amicus brief to the Supreme Court, the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP), Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI), the Recording Industry Association of America, SESAC, and others representing "songwriters, composers, music publishers, recording artists, record labels, and others, said that preserving the public performance right, and payment, is crucial to their business. They say digital transmissions are becoming one of the most important revenue sources for their members.
 
They said the decision by the Second Circuit Court of Appeals not to enjoin Aereo -- it is that decision that was appealed to the Supreme Court -- could undermine what they says is Congress' clear recognition that online, interactive streaming services are providing public performances.


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Which Music Artists Have Had Controversies With Big Companies ...

Which Music Artists Have Had Controversies With Big Companies ... | Music & Preforming Arts | Scoop.it
See which of your favorite music artists have slammed major players in the corporate world.
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More Theatre on the Internet

More Theatre on the Internet | Music & Preforming Arts | Scoop.it
In light of my post last week and as part of the development of the transmedia piece I am working on, I went in search of more online theatre. It's a funny thing to look for because I am not...

 

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Costume Resources for Students and Teachers

Costume Resources for Students and Teachers | Music & Preforming Arts | Scoop.it
Theatre involves the collaboration of performing artists in order to present an experience of a real or fictional event before a live audience.
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