The peermusic Neighbouring Rights team discuss the latest developments in this growing sector and delivering a top tier service to their clients.
- Analysis Interviews
BMG COO Ben Katovsky on the streaming economy, where growth lies for music publishers, and why we’re seeing an “arms race of fairness” among the industry’s biggest players.
We take a look at what the report’s recommendations mean for songwriters and music publishers, and how the music publishing community has responded so far.
As more artists explore the sale of their music rights and royalty streams as NFTs, Eamonn Forde examines the potential benefits and current limitations.
We examine the unique challenges associated with administering film and TV music catalogs, from soundtracks to production music cues.
We examine the progress being made with regards to cleaning up music rights data and look at industry-wide solutions and initiatives.
As the music industry deals with royalties on an increasingly global scale, we examine the need for more multi-territory and global licensing.
The music industry is facing an uphill battle as data volumes continue to explode. We take a look at how rights holders and their systems are coping.
Music publishing executives discuss how their marketing and playlist strategies are shifting and where the potential lies in the relationship between publishers and DSPs.
A look at what Trump’s administration did for the benefit – and detriment – of the music industry, and where things might stand under Biden.
Key takeaways from a recent report which assembles, for the first time, the global market revenue and percentage share of the independent music publishing sector.
The DCMS held the latest in a series of inquiries into the economics of streaming music on 19th January. Here are the most significant arguments and quotes with a publishing-centric focus.