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Recession Resillient - Investing in Music Copyrights

Thursday, April 09, 2009
Technological advances have also helped music publishers gain access to previously non-existent revenue streams..

A SQUARE :: 09Apr09 Recession Resillient - Investing in Music Copyrights
Category Music
Faculty James Drake
Expertise Music/Entertainment
Author Sona Blessing
Faculty Name
Regardless of the condition of the current economy, radio stations, supermarkets, bars and clubs still play music. With every song played on the airwaves, at a live gig or in any shop, steady royalty revenues are being generated every day.
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