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|Additional Physical Format:||Print version:
Art of music publishing.
Amsterdam ; Boston : Focal Press, 2011
|Material Type:||Document, Internet resource|
|Document Type:||Internet Resource, Computer File|
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|ISBN:||9781136113970 1136113975 0240522354 9780240522357|
|Description:||1 online resource (1 volume) : illustrations|
|Contents:||Forward: - How I started in the industry. | Chapter 1- New Opportunities. Seymour Stein (Warner/ Sire) - interview Chapter 2 - Turning Music into a Business. Henri Belolo - Building a brand (70's to 2009)- interview David Pakman - Technologist (ex emusic CEO and founder - now turned Venture capitalist) Chapter 3 - The facts about 'copyright' ASCAP and BMI perspective Interviews Chapter 4 - Managing 'Rights' - International framework and Issues Chapter 5 - The Role of the Publisher - Drivers of change. Nigel Elderton - European Vice President Peer Music - interview. Chapter 6 - Income Streams Interview with David (Hawk) Wolinski - composer of "Aint NoBody" Rufus and Chaka Khan - covers just keep rolling in! Interview Chapter 7 - Contracts - The basic facts, the implications. Contracts - Single song Assignment. Contracts - Exclusive Writer Agreement. Contracts - Administration Contracts - Co-Publishing. Contracts - Synchronisation contract. Chapter 8 - Synchronisation - Making money from all forms of audio visual products. Chapter 9 - Purchasing a Music Publishing catalogue -Guide Lines and business Framework Chapter 10 - The Publishing Manager and Entrepreneur. Using business models to help make wise decisions Chapter 11 - International trade shows Chapter 12 - Building a sustainable network. Chapter 13 - The Power Game - the big deals, the major players and the end game. Chapter 14 - The Digital Age - the power of 'Rights Management' and the International stage. Chapter 15 - The drivers of change and affects on Music Publishing. Marketing your business - a few tips on digital convergence strategy Chapter 16 - A glimpse at the past - 'Tightening The Net' - the importance of strategic planning, and management in the creative industries. Chapter 17 - Corporate and social responsibility - the sole trader to the giant Corporation - one small step for mankind. Chapter 18 - Futurisation of 'Rights Management'. Interview with Gerd Leonhard. Glossary of terms. Conclusion http://www.theartofmusicpublishing.com|
"If there is anything that Helen Gammons doesn't know about music publishing, it's probably not worth knowing! If you want to take it to the next level in music publishing - read this book. I know