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Why Royalties Could Be The Perfect Income Investment: A Real World Example

in Investor Guides

Royalties don't rust. They don't get sued by angry workers. And they don't require expensive tools or machinery to make money. Somebody creates it once and they make money for decades.

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Historic Ruling Raises Songwriter Payments For Streaming Music

in Royalty Investing

Over the weekend, news broke that the government entity overseeing how much streaming services must pay for music raised those rates by nearly 44%.

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Why Music Royalties Belong In Your Portfolio

in Investor Guides

Investing in music royalties today is the opportunity to invest at the start of a boom and experience massive appreciation, collecting royalty income along the way.

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Maybe Bankers Can’t Dance. But Music Investing Can Be Harmonious

in Insights / Opinion, Royalty Investing

Introducing private investment into an asset class like music where institutional investors have profited for years is a natural next step in the ongoing dance between finance and music.

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Goldman Sachs Doubles Streaming Music Estimates to $34 Billion by 2030

in Royalty News, Royalty Investing

Analyst Lisa Yang updates her earlier forecast, saying the music business is "turning the corner." Global recorded music revenues now expected to reach $41 billion by 2030, driven largely by paid streaming subscriptions.

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Music Business. Ground Floor. Going Up?

in Royalty Investing

Streaming revenues fueled the music industry’s biggest recovery in over a decade, and continue to climb. Is the industry’s bottom behind us?

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Guest Post: An inside look at production music, synch licensing, and more with peermusic

in Royalty Investing

Our friends at SynchTank talk to the synch licensing powerhouses at peermusic to learn more about how songs get placed in TV shows, film, ads, and more...

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What Are Neighboring Rights?

in Royalty Guides, Investor Guides

Short answer--they pay recording artists for public performances. Long answer... it's complicated.

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