'There are good opportunities to grow revenue': A special report on neighbouring rights

The neighbouring rights sector is now big business, with collections on the up and more international markets coming online. But competition is also on the rise. In this special report, Music Week rounds up the major players to take the pulse of a crucial sector for performers and labels alike…

Back when the recorded music industry was facing a tough decade and a half of year-on-year declines in revenues, one segment of the business kept on flourishing: the neighbouring rights ...

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