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Performing rights a report on the supply in the UK of theservices of administering performing rights and film synchronisation rights : presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for Trade and Industry by command of Her Majesty February 1996. by Monopolies and Mergers Commission

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Published by HMSO in London .
Written in English

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SeriesCm -- 3147
The Physical Object
Paginationvi,362p. ;
Number of Pages362
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22327314M
ISBN 100101314728

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Oberon Books now controls amateur performance rights for a number of plays in our list in conjunction with our partner, Samuel French Ltd. Please note that we do not handle performance rights for all the plays featured on this website and that from time to time it may be necessary for us to withdraw or restrict the amateur performance rights of certain plays. Performance rights royalties are royalties paid to a songwriter when one of their songs is played live. A live performance of a song doesn't have to mean strictly a performance in a concert setting. A live performance of a song can also mean a public airing of a recorded version of a song, like a radio play, television play, etc. BMI only licenses performing rights, and only non-dramatic performing rights at that. (The right to perform shows -known as the “grand right” - such as “Fiddler On The Roof” or “Cabaret,” on the legitimate stage must be obtained directly from the publishers of the music or the producers of the show). A P.R.O. helps songwriters and publishers get paid for the usage of their music by collecting one of the most important forms of publishing revenue: performance royalties. As a songwriter, composer, or lyricist, you’re owed what is called a “performance royalty” any time your music is played on radio stations (terrestrial, satellite, and.

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