Date: Wednesday 22nd November
Time: 1.00pm – 4:00pm
Location: IMRO, Copyright House, Pembroke Row, Dublin 2, D02 HW59
Bookings: (FREE event – Booking essential) ei.ormi@stneve
CMU MD and Business Editor Chris Cooke provides a beginners guide to music copyright, explaining how song and recording rights make money, how music licensing works, what the law says about copyright infringement, and why safe harbours have been such a talking point of late.
Topics covered include:
- The different music rights.
- The controls that come with the copyright.
- How music licensing works.
- The collective licensing system.
- What the law says about copyright infringement.
- The safe harbours debate.
Chris has written about the music business daily for nearly fifteen years, and is a leading expert on the sector, often commenting on it for other media, most notably the BBC.
He also has hands-on experience working on music and marketing projects involving artists, labels, brands and media. An experienced trainer, Chris brings insider insights, practical experience and legal training to his teaching.
CMU Insights provides training to hundreds of music industry professionals each year via our own seminar and masterclass programmes, in-house training for music companies like Sony Music, ie:music and ATC Management, and sessions for members of industry organisations like BPI and IMRO.