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Presentation for APRA - Australian Performance Rights - collective society. A quick 15 min grab to explain copyright (not really existent in digital worlds which dont copy but stream), user generated ...

Presentation for APRA - Australian Performance Rights - collective society. A quick 15 min grab to explain copyright (not really existent in digital worlds which dont copy but stream), user generated copyright, Promotion is king etc.

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APRA Performance Rights and Copyright APRA Performance Rights and Copyright Presentation Transcript

  • Social Networks Online
  • Not Just Social Media
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  • Copyright
  • Flickr: Sesh00
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  • Passive becomes Active
  • Flickr: Wardomatic
  • Flickr: Jenart
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  • Investment
    • Qloud - $1 million
    • MOG - $1.4 million
    • The Filter - $5 million
    • Social.fm - $5 million
    • Groove Mobile - $6 million
    • Pandora - $6 million
    • iLike - $13.3 million
    • MyStrands - $25 million
    • Slacker - $40 million
    • Last.fm - $280 million
  • Content becomes Loss Leader
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  • Promotion is King
  • Schism Musicians 90% less than $5,000 in royalties TOP PERFORMERS MCPS-PRS
  • We represent the world's music - that's 10 million pieces of music - and enable businesses and individuals to access all the music they need for use in their business, product or project in the most effective way. MCPS-PRS
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    • strengthening the position of artists and music fans in a changing music world
    • enhancing cultural diversity in the age of globalisation
    • supporting independent producers in an environment of market concentration
    • creating access to world markets for musicians from economically unprivileged countries
    • safeguarding artistic freedom and possibilities for innovation
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