Azoff's PRO 'can get 30% more royalties than ASCAP and BMI' - report

Tom Pakinkis

Irving Azoff’s new rights management venture, Global Music Rights, can get rights-holders 30% more royalties from radio and online outlets than US collection stalwarts ASCAP and BMI.

That’s according to three anonymous New York Times sources who claim to have knowledge of the company’s negotiations.

Smokey Robinson, the Eagles, Bruno Mars, John Lennon and Megadeth are among the big names linked to the former artist manager’s new enterprise, which was announced after Azoff announced his shock exit from Live Nation ...

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