lxxii, 1731 pages : forms ; 24 cm + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction : the music business, its past and future The art of music publishing Songwriter agreements Co-publishing and administration agreements International subpublishing The split copyright syndrome The language of music licensing Formalities of music licensing Duration of copyright, assignments of copyright, and licenses Basic considerations in music licensing The art of granting and clearing music licenses Licensing music in print and digital print (print licenses) Licensing music in sound recordings (mechanical licenses) Licensing music in background music services, digital jukeboxes, and other commercial reproductions (electrical transcription licenses) Licensing music in audiovisual works (synchronization licenses) The user-generated content phenomenon Old licenses, new uses Licensing music in live and recorded public performances (public performance licenses) The grand rights controversy Licensing music in television, radio, print, and internet advertising Licenses for music boxes, consumer musical products, and other merchandise Licensing music in videogames, other new media, multimedia devices, and online versions Licensing of sound recordings (master use licenses, digital downloading and digital audio transmissions) The digital sampling controversy The fair use controversy Typical license fees.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes biographical references and index.