TITLE

OUT OF TUNE: HOW PUBLIC PERFORMANCE RIGHTS ARE FAILING TO HIT THE RIGHT NOTES

AUTHOR(S)
Loeza, Stasha
PUB. DATE
January 2016
SOURCE
Berkeley Technology Law Journal;2016 Special Issue, Vol. 31, p725
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article offers comprehensive overview of the evolution of music licensing since the early twentieth century, with an emphasis on U.S. copyright law's fragmented development in this area. It explores the past, present, and potential futures for licensing the public performance rights and proposed solutions to alleged failings of the current system based on how each proposal further incentivizes users and owners to meet in the marketplace.
ACCESSION #
120485584

 

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