Harry Fox Agency has a heavy burden in Eight Mile Style cases to prove they didn’t help Spotify cover up copyright infringement.
As an old sailing master once said, two boats on the water is a race. For once, the prize may be which streamery can treat artists better than their competitor.
“Reasonably diligent search” guidelines for orphan works shine a light on what is expected of streaming services hiding behind the MMA safe harbor giveaway.
Streaming royalties based on revenue are doomed to fall short until they include the value transfer in the share price.
The SBA SVOG applications are a disaster but rest assured–it’s Washington so no one will be held accountable.
The SVOG program is turning into a classic Washington disaster.
Copyright Alliance CEO Keith Kupferschmid warns that SCOTUS ruling in Google v. Oracle is bad for creators.
The Inventor and WeWork are two sides of the same coin–except the girl went to jail and the boy failed upward.
The MLC is in the Jerry McGuire phase–and on April 15, songwriters will say “show me the money.”
I will be on one of the black box roundtable panels hosted by the Copyright Office on March 25.