Music Week Special Report: Neighbouring Rights 2018

Ben Homewood

There’s no hiding from the fact that the neighbouring rights sector is growing rapidly, but does it get the recognition it deserves, and how is it changing? In this special report, Music Week gathers the key players from one of the most lucrative corners of the record industry to find out…

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