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First State Media Group - Expertise on investing in “music copyrights”

Wednesday, June 06, 2007
Copyrights, can for example, be valid for as long as 70 years post death of a surviving author in the UK and up to 90 years in other jurisdictions. This longevity of underlying copyright, within a catalogue of musical works, provides investors such as pen.

A SQUARE :: 06Jun07 First State Media Group - Expertise on investing in “music copyrights”
Category Music
Faculty Steve McMellon
Expertise Music Copyrights
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
The copyright owner has different options to actively manage a copyright catalogue. The fund will focus on actively generating income growth via direct promotion of assets and harnessing of all possible revenue streams.
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