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Media Ownership + Music
Transcript of Media Ownership + Music
choose a middle point between two extremes. Licensing: artists retain ownership of the song's copyrights and master recordings but give the label the right to exploit the music for a specified term. Afterwards, the rights revert to the artist. RAYNA, THIERRY, and LUDMILA STRIUKOVA. "Monometapoly or the Economics of the Music Industry." Prometheus, Volume 27, Number 3, 2009.
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