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Report: Who’s Zoomin’ Who? Music, Copyright and Precarity

This event report was written by Janet Burgess, PhD student at CREATe. On Thursday, November 12th 2020, Kenny Barr and Janet Burgess from CREATe joined Casi Dylan (Cultural Activities Co-ordinator at the University’s College of Arts) to host an online … Continue reading

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Copyright Contracts and the Economics of Music Streaming: How can policy favour more equitable business models?

CREATe has submitted evidence to the Parliamentary Inquiry by the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee into the ‘Economics of Music Streaming’.   In recent years music streaming has become the pre-eminent means for the dissemination and consumption of recorded music. This … Continue reading

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