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How Synchronization Rights and Performance Rights Work


Adam Taylor is President of APM Music, the largest production music library in the world. APM’s client list boasts an impressive array of names, from major broadcast television networks and video game publishers to the NFL, and the company offers over 200,000 titles for licensing in addition to custom scoring services. Prior to his service at APM, Taylor served in executive positions with Caswell-Massey, Goldman/Taylor Entertainment and Taylor/Fox Enterprises.
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Adam Taylor, President of APM Music, describes what synchronization rights and performance rights are and how they apply to the performance and broadcast of recorded music, and how performance rights organizations collect fees and pay artists their share.



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November 2007
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