Professional Guidelines for Music Licensing
Music distribution is becoming more complex as many music company websites start to distribute their own content. There are many aggregators out there that are not transparent and taking advantage of artists. These platforms are not secure and trustworthy for the professional industry. As an artist, you need to do your due-diligence; have proper release forms, E&O insurance, copyright information, etc. to submit your music to a professional platform. Content users need to learn which platforms out there are professional sources of content. At this panel discussion, you will learn how you can get your music in front of professional content users and content users will learn what signs to look out for when selecting the music from a music website.
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- Content users will learn the types of platforms in the industry that are completely transparent, secure and professional.
- Content creators will learn what they need to do to prepare to have their content on a professional platform.
- Learn the importance of having a musicologist on speed dial and what is E&O insurance.
Andrew Knox, CEO/Founder, Andrew Knox Music Productions