Copyright Law – Are Artists Asking For More Than Their Fair Share?

This from TechDirt: The main backers of the online video site Hulu, NBC Universal and News Corp., are two of the stronger supporters of our copyright system, and have, at times, been known to push to make it even more stringent in order to “protect” their works. So, it’s interesting…

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Film Composer Survival Guide

I recently found this “white paper” from Filmmusic.net while perusing the filmandgamecomposers.com forums: http://www.filmmusic.net/dlx/Getting_Your_Music_Into_Film_TV_in_Economy_Today.pdf Mainly, it explains that, in today’s economy, the value of custom work is being diminished daily by over-saturation of talent and declining budgets and spending. The key to success in the creative field of composing relies…

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Productiontrax.com Bails Out Multimedia Producers with Economic Stimulus Package

Phoenix, Ariz. (PRWEB) November 12, 2008 Productiontrax.com, a leading provider of royalty free music and stock sound effects, today announced the launch of their Economic Stimulus Package. The recent economic recession has tightened budgets for many multimedia projects, leaving producers with few options for quality production music, as custom music…

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