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June 23, 2014

US Copyright Office Music Licensing Study Roundtable (NY)

 June 23 & 24, 2014

New York University School of Law
Washington Square South
New York, 
NY 10012

While the Copyright Act reflects many sound and enduring principles, and has enabled the internet to flourish, Congress could not have foreseen all of today’s technologies and the myriad ways consumers and others engage with creative works in the digital environment. Perhaps nowhere has the landscape been as significantly altered as in the realm of music. 

The United States Copyright Office is undertaking a study to evaluate the effectiveness of the existing methods of licensing music. The Office will solicit written comments and hold public meetings to obtain the views of stakeholders and the public on music licensing issues. The Office will use the information gathered during the study to report to Congress. 

For individuals who simply wish to observe roundtable sessions, the Office will provide public seating on a first-come, first-serve basis on the day of the roundtable. 

For more info click here.  

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