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News about the world of music royalties, and its impact on anyone collecting royalty income.

Avoiding Copyright Infringment: What Lana Should Have Done

in Royalty News

Living in a post “Blurred Lines” world, the lines between “inspiration” and “plagiarism” truly have blurred.

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Infringement Lawsuits Stack Up as Spotify Readies for IPO

in Royalty News

Having secured major label licensing deals, 'artist-friendly' Spotify neglected the songwriter.

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The Year of the Copyright Bill

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Following yesterday's introduction of Music Modernization legislation, it appears the 2018 could be pivotal for U.S. copyright reform.

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New Database Takes Aim at Black Box Royalties

in Royalty News

In the music industry, loose change can add up to hefty sums.

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More Trouble For Spotify?

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Questions of unfair compensation arise as streaming company pushes to finalize class-action infringement settlement

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Justice Department Concedes to Fractional Licensing

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Seven months after appeal, DoJ backs down from hard-line Consent Decree interpretation.

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EMI on the Block… Again. The History of Music’s Most Troubled Asset

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The history of the EMI catalog over the last 10 years has been chaotic.

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Taylor Swift's Streaming Reputation Holds Steady

in Royalty News

Pop Star's decision to withhold her new album from streaming services expected to generate over 1 million first week album sales.

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