IN SEARCH OF YOUR INTERNATIONAL NEIGHBOURING RIGHTS

With the increasing development of French music exports so have the neighbouring rights collected around the world for the exploitation of these sound recordings. This workshop will focus on the international neighbouring rights market with experts in the field who will explain how to optimize the collection of these rights outside of France.


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Wednesday, October 14th
Le Centre Musical FGO-Barbara
14:00 to 15:30

IN SEARCH OF YOUR INTERNATIONAL NEIGHBOURING RIGHTS

Access: Restricted to MaMA delegates (subject to availability)

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SPPF

SPPF — Société Civile des Producteurs de Phonogrammes en France — is a not-for-profit collecting society set up in the wake of the 1985 French copyright law. It was created by independent record-production companies to collect and distribute royalties on behalf of independent companies.

New digital technologies are providing new means of exploiting recorded music, which are changing the traditional way in which music rights are managed. As a result, SPPF is more than just a collecting society: it is also a think tank focusing on the future of recorded music and the voice of France’s independent recorded-music community.