New research from Informa Telecoms & Media has mapped out the complex area of pan-European digital-music rights and their administration. The report, ‘Demystifying Pan-European digital-music rights‘ illustrates which repertoire is controlled by what collection society or licensing hub in all of the 27 European Union Member States. The report explains precisely what the digital music licensing process is all about. It details the changing landscape in Pan-European digital-music licensing and the importance of reaggregation. In addition, the report breaks down what authors and publishers earn from digital sales and illustrates clearly what collection societies and licensing hubs a service provider must do business with to set up a digital-music service. More information via the link below.

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