Music Week Special Report: Inside the business of royalty collection

What’s your occupation? I’m a royalty collector. Not really the sexiest job in the world, right? But let’s face it, in today’s music environment, the people in charge of ensuring that rights-holders get paid for the use of music on all platforms are central to the eco-system.

They provide the back office to the frontline, and while their job has become increasingly complex, it’s also more vital than ever.

“For some, royalties may be the boring numbers section of the ...

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