Musicians Union seeks to protect writers

September 2009
Music Week;9/12/2009, Issue 35, p5
Trade Publication
The article reports on the move of the organization Musicians Union (MU) to submit two motions to an upcoming Trades Union Congress (TUC) conference and to emphasize incidental music covered by the Licensing Act in Great Britain. It states that the MU will request the TUC to vote on strengthening the rights of authors and performers to restrict their recordings being used by inappropriate groups. The MU is also cited to ask the TUC to join the lobby for performers' protection.


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