US music publishers push for deregulation of songwriter royalties
According to David Israelite of National Music Publishers Association, music services such as Spotify and Pandora are taking advantage of antiquated laws and decrees that date back to the First and Second World War at the expense of songwriters
Speaking earlier today at the Global IP Summit hosted by the US Chamber of Commerce's Global IP Center, Israelite said that songwriters are at an extreme disadvantage because in most situations they are legally prohibited from negotiating the prices they...
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