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The Musician Hub Podcast

Musique (généralité)
9min (22 Mo) - 14 juin 2023 Code copié Lien copié

Description de l'episode

Music streaming platforms, also called Digital Services Providers (DSPs), are important in the music industry. Artists must have their musical works available on these platforms to maximize their visibility and grow their audience.
It's difficult to understand the legal and financial aspects of DSPs. But artists need to remember that the money generated on streaming platforms depends on the specificities of their own situation more than the platform's mechanics. To get the most out of these, it is crucial for artists to understand how they work.

Why and how is a music performer protected by law? What exactly does a performer do?
What types of royalties can I get as a performer?
What types of royalties can I get as a performer?
What is a distribution contract?
Who collects my master rights from streaming if I am part of a music label?

Find out by listening to this new episode of the "Musician Hub" podcast series by Bridger.

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Music Industry knowledge is key to all artists’ career growth. Through this podcast series, Bridger unveils how the music industry works, explains the role of each player, and clarifies important terms. Each episode provides useful information and tips dedicated to songwriters, DIY artists and all independent musicians to help develop their music projects, grow their audiences, and make sure they get the revenues they deserve. Become a music industry expert with the Musician Hub: Instagram: Facebook: Twitter: LinkedIn:

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