Public performance</li></ul>Same type of rightsonline/off line – theyare just mixed in new ways online<br />
What kind of licenses?<br />Synchronisation NCB or the rightsholder<br />Copying NCB<br />Public performance KODA<br />
Traditionalway of handling musical rights<br /><ul><li>Members of KODA transfer the management of public performance rights to KODA
Theybecomemembers of NCB as well and transfer the management of theirmechanicalrigthts to NCB
KODA/NCB manage the rightsexclusively – memberscan not decide to transfer thoserights to a third party</li></li></ul><li>Why is that a problem in the computer game industry?<br /><ul><li>The industrywears all the hats at the same time - theyare producers - theyaredistributors</li></ul> - theymake the public performance<br /><ul><li>A tradition that all rightsarehandled at once
Competitionwith the industry in USA, UK etc.</li></li></ul><li>What has KODA done?<br /><ul><li>Possible to license musical works for computer games individually under certainconditions
The musicneeds to becomposed for the computer game
However – KODA/NCB adminster the rightsiftheyare not withdrawn and monitor the areacontinuously</li></li></ul><li>Musical works in computer games<br />Anne Sophie Schrøder<br />Legal Consultant at KODA<br />30 September 2010<br />
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