Fight for your rights: Top neighbouring rights execs reveal their biggest challenges

Mark Sutherland

Top neighbouring rights execs reveal their biggest challenges

“Making sure rights owners receive all the royalties to which they’re entitled. There remain a number of territories where neighbouring rights are not paid at all or paid to the wrong parties entirely.

In addition, we see that there are still a lot of titles which have the wrong performers and/or labels linked to them. This means that the royalties are not going to the correct rights owners.”

Erik Veerman, General Manager, ...

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