"in the first half of 2015, over 1 trillion songs, movies and TV series have been streamed online - more than double the amount in 2014 - yet performers still do not receive a fair share of the income generated by their recorded performances."
JOIN THE DEBATE THAT CONSIDERS HOW THOSE WITH LITTLE NEGOTIATION POWER CAN MORE FAIRLY SHARE IN THE EVOLUTION OF DIGITAL PLATFORMS
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The Music Tank Insight Paper: Making Available, Communication To The Public & User Interactivity can be obtained as a free PDF download from this link: http://bit.ly/MakingAvail2015: And here's a convenient summary: Aside from the report making 4 recommendations, it hosts a detailed study of a little understood/ little known right which is actually pivotal in determining creators’ royalty payments from digital platforms. Given the regular outpourings of ‘unfair’ from the creator community with regards their statements from streaming platforms, it does raise a central question as to whether technically speaking, rightsholders have actually legally obtained this right necessary in granting licenses to digital platforms.
Image of the Orchestra of the Munich University of Applied Science by Mark Kamin