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Music Publishers Frequently Asked Questions
If you are thinking of getting into the professional music industry or simply want to know more about how the industry works, the following frequently asked questions about music publishers will get you off to a good start:

What is a music publisher?
The general public hears quite a bit about music producers and music labels, but not so much about music publishers. The music publisher, as it turns out, is actually quite important. He or she is the person responsible for ensuring that the musical artist gets paid for commercial air play.

How does that work?
When a song writer or singer composes a piece of music or releases an album, he or she signs an agreement with a publishing company. The agreement gives the company copyright power to use the music. That company is then in charge of disseminating the song or songs, granting companies, radio stations, or other broadcasters the rights to use the music for certain purposes. These licenses for use are then monitored by the publishing company so that terms are complied with and proper royalties can be collected in exchange for the use of the music. Guarding the musician's intellectual property is one of the greater responsibilities of a music publishing company.

How long does a publishing agreement last?
A publishing contract can last a lifetime, depending upon the agreement. Some musicians do their own publishing so as not to lose complete control of their own intellectual property. Others decide to buy back the copyright at a later date. As with any business agreement, it's important to ensure that your publishing company keeps your best interests in mind.

 
 
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Keyohm Music
N/A, Los Angeles, CA 90006
Call our record label at (877) 798-3460 in Los Angeles, CA, for great deals on music from hot new artists. Call our record label at (877) 798-3460 in Los Angeles, CA, for great deals on music from hot
(213) 909-2673
JMG Media Group
4197 Garth Wait Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90008
Explore the fierce rhythms of a prominent record label in Los Angeles, CA. Contact our entertainment company at (323) 839-4848 to learn more about our production services. Explore the fierce rhythms
(323) 839-4848
Every Dolla Needed Entertainment {E$N}
215 Culver Blvd Ste 758, Playa Del Rey, CA 90293
entertainment productions of different styles of urban hip hop throughout various parts of the world by various artist produced by Michael Nelson aka NUTSO$DINERO.
(956) 887-0601
Special Agent Company
4924 Angeles Vista Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90043
(323) 296-3870
Control Industry LLC
16921 S Western Ave Ste 300, Gardena, CA 90247
(310) 436-1333
The G Spot
2787 E Del Amo Blvd, Compton, CA 90221
(310) 637-0477
U B International Group of Companies Inc
13409 Crenshaw Blvd, Hawthorne, CA 90250
(310) 644-4404
Bmi
5413 W Washington Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90016
(323) 932-1100
Brooklyn Music Publishing
5455 Wilshire Blvd Ste 1814, Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 954-4703
Third Stone Music
10202 Washington Blvd, Culver City, CA 90232
(310) 280-6880
Interior Music
5757 Wilshire Blvd Ste 335, Los Angeles, CA 90036
(323) 933-5952
Foodchain Records
6525 W Sunset Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90028
(310) 360-6700
Bull's Eye Music Inc
819 N Highland Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90038
(626) 844-8779
Gimbel Music Group
661 N Harper Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90048
(323) 966-4433
Caroline Records
6161 Santa Monica Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90038
(323) 468-8626


If you are thinking of getting into the professional music industry or simply want to know more about how the industry works, the following frequently asked questions about music publishers will get you off to a good start:

What is a music publisher?
The general public hears quite a bit about music producers and music labels, but not so much about music publishers. The music publisher, as it turns out, is actually quite important. He or she is the person responsible for ensuring that the musical artist gets paid for commercial air play.

How does that work?
When a song writer or singer composes a piece of music or releases an album, he or she signs an agreement with a publishing company. The agreement gives the company copyright power to use the music. That company is then in charge of disseminating the song or songs, granting companies, radio stations, or other broadcasters the rights to use the music for certain purposes. These licenses for use are then monitored by the publishing company so that terms are complied with and proper royalties can be collected in exchange for the use of the music. Guarding the musician's intellectual property is one of the greater responsibilities of a music publishing company.

How long does a publishing agreement last?
A publishing contract can last a lifetime, depending upon the agreement. Some musicians do their own publishing so as not to lose complete control of their own intellectual property. Others decide to buy back the copyright at a later date. As with any business agreement, it's important to ensure that your publishing company keeps your best interests in mind.

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