Fairness Rocks News Neighbouring Rights: It’s Time to Bridge the ‘Broken’ UK-Australia Performer Gap


Fairness Rocks News Neighbouring Rights: It’s Time to Bridge the ‘Broken’ UK-Australia Performer Gap

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Author: Nick Weaser

Date: August 3, 2022

Original Source: The Music Network

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Neighbouring Rights: It’s Time to Bridge the ‘Broken’ UK-Australia Performer Gap

The last few years have been an incredibly gruelling time for the music industry, the effects of which will be felt for years to come.

Whilst performers have been increasingly diversifying and creatively seeking out alternative sources of income in an attempt to cover the stark drop-off in certain revenue streams (see the exponential rise of music-related NFTs, by way of example), there is one source that, at least between the U.K. and Australia, has been broken for some time now. And it continues to hit British and Australian featured and non-featured performers, producers and session musicians directly in their pocket: neighbouring rights.

Read More: https://themusicnetwork.com/neighbouring-rights-uk-australia/