In the first instalment of our Innovation in Isolation series we chat to AIM’s Guy Lowman about transforming the AIM Sync Conference into a virtual event.
Here is a list of ways for music creators and companies to continue doing business and earning money during this uncertain time.
We’ve put together a list of resources to help anyone in the music industry affected by the COVID-19 crisis. In part 1 we cover available funding, virtual industry events & more.
Kriss Thakrar takes a deep dive into how the music industry has reacted to major economic crises in the past and what we can learn from this today.
There is one factor that when all other things remain equal could win the license for one piece of music over another.
The AIM team run through five reasons why AIM Sync 2020 is an unmissable event for the global rightsholder and sync communities.
Ben Gilbert investigates what role the music business has to play in averting environmental catastrophe, speaking to individuals involved in new organisation Music Declares Emergency.
We’ve put together the most comprehensive list out there of key music industry events / conferences worldwide. Bookmark it now.
CC Young’s Royalty Audit Manager Gary Groutage breaks down music publishing royalty audits – why you should consider them, what they entail and the costs involved.
Attorney Erin M. Jacobson explains the complex variety of factors that affect obtaining and licensing for sync placements.
Artist manager Mark Tavern takes a look at the details involved in a little-known aspect of artist contracts: re-recording restrictions, and examines what they mean for the artist-label relationship moving forward.
Four key areas to focus on in order to avoid catalogue mistakes that will cause future legal and financial issues.