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Rights Negotiator – PPL – London

PPL is looking for a Rights Negotiator, based in its offices in Soho, London to negotiate agreements and tariffs with broadcast licensees and public performance trade bodies. Proven skills in complex commercial negotiations,...
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Village People singer succeeds in terminating publishing rights

Village People singer Victor Willis has prevailed in his attempt to terminate his share of the publishing rights for 33 of the group's songs (yes, including Y.M.C.A.).
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Jonas Brothers quit Hollywood Records while buying back rights

Companies who've been dreaming up innovative apps or subscription-based services for the Jonas Brothers: now would be a good time to pitch them.
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Informa report demystifies pan-European digital rights

New research from Informa Telecoms & Media has mapped out the complex area of pan-European digital-music rights and their administration.
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Merlin settles with Sirius for $1.6m

Merlin, the indie rights agency has agreed to a $1.6m settlement with US satellite radio firm Sirius (which is part of the merged SiriusXM nowadays.
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Merlin settles with Sirius for $1.6m

There's more money coming in to Merlin's member labels, with news that the indie rights agency has agreed to a $1.6m settlement with US satellite radio firm Sirius (which is part of the merged SiriusXM nowadays.
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YouTube buys RightsFlow to improve copyright management

Google's latest acquisition is directly focused on music. The company has bought US royalty-processing firm RightsFlow for an undisclosed amount.
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Premier League pub ruling has implications for music

The European Court of Justice has ruled against the English football Premier League in a case involving the rights of a landlady to show live matches in her pub using a Greek broadcaster's satellite decoder, rather than UK...
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Creative Commons launches web tool for CC0 licence

Creative Commons has launched a new website to help artists and content creators publish material under its CC0 licence