Doing the music publishing market shares used to be a relatively simple game. One or two people wrote the biggest hits, one or two music publishers represented them, everyone was presumably in the pub by half past five.
Nowadays, things are rather different. That the music publishing shares for 2016 only arrive now is due, in large part, to the increasingly complicated business of unravelling who exactly has a claim on each song – a process that has kept Music ...
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