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Are TV networks exploiting music composers?

  • According to David Israelite, president and CEO of the National Music Publishers’ Association, “if a composer wants a major network – with enormous market power – to use their work on any of their channels or programs, they are being told they essentially have to allow them to take partial credit for it. Again, what’s being required isn’t just a cut of composers’ money, its part-ownership of the composition itself.”

    TOPICS: Music and TV