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What are Neighboring Rights? Why are they important?

Neighboring Rights refer to the right to publicly perform or broadcast a sound recording. They are called neighboring rights because they are said to be “related to” performance rights in the field of music publishing, or the right to publicly…

Music Industry 360 // Ep.6: What are Neighboring Rights?

We’re back with Episode 6 of the Music Industry 360 podcast, this time we’re talking all about money in the form of neighboring rights royalties. Tune in and share!

Music Biz 101: Forgotten Revenue Streams

  The music industry has grown to be much more than a CD, Vinyl, or Digital Download. New formats and streams are popping up and some have been around for a while that you may not be aware of. From…

Managing Your Music’s Rights: Neighboring Rights

The next part of our rights management series will focus on  Neighboring Rights. Neighboring Rights refer to the right to publicly perform, or broadcast, a sound recording. Sound recording owners (record labels and performing artists) collect Neighboring Rights royalties whenever their…

What are Neighboring Rights?

“Neighboring rights,” sometimes called “related rights,” is a term in copyright law used to describe the rights of performers and master recording owners (record labels). Neighboring rights refer to the right to publicly perform, or broadcast, a sound recording. The…

Forgotten Revenue Streams for Musicians & Record Labels

Being a musician in today’s music industry not only requires musical talent, but also a quick-thinking and creative mindset. There are many ways that musicians can earn money from exploiting their compositions, sound recordings, live performances, and brand. To solely…