Will there be a new understanding of who should control and profit from the last century of pop music? And aside from how the law may become reshaped in favor of older songwriters, what does it mean for the creative process of newer songwriters in a time of a different kind of borrowing and adapting?
Wednesday, September 18, 2013
Blurred Lines, YMCA, and Copyright Concerns
The New York Times links to a podcast episode about copyright ownership, creative control, and money. The podcast explores the following: