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Survey of Rec. Ind.

Recording Industry flash cards.

Bundle of Rights/Exclusive Rights 1) To reproduce the copyrighted work. 2)Prepare derivative works based on copyrighted works. 3)Distribute copies or phonorecords of the copyrighted works. 4) To perform in public. 5) To display in public. 6) digital audio transmission.
Exclusives The limiting of access to a particular source whether it is permanent of for a limited time.
Windowing The practice of sound rec. copyright holder requesting that their albums be available for streaming only if they're behind a paywall. It is also when a rec. artist initially releases their music for sale only, and delays it's release on streaming services
Metadata Data that describes other data.
Conglomerate A corporation consisting of a number of subsidary companies or divisions in a variety or related and unrelated industries, usually as a result of merger or aquisition.
Consent Decree A negotiated settlement in a court order where the target proimises to refrain from specific conct and/or adhere to specific rules in the future.
Horizontal Integration The aquisition of additional business activites that are at the same level of the value chain in similar or different industries.
Vertical Integration The combination in one company of two or more stages of production normally operated by separate companies.
First Use/ First Recording The law provides that copyright owners of nondramatic music have complete control over recording rights of their properties until the license the material for the first recording. But after this first recording is be continued
First Use/First Recording (part 2) to the public, they are compelled by law to license any other person to produce and produce and distribute recordings of the copyrighted music in exchange for a fixed statutory royalty which is adj periodically.
Tags Hidden codes in digital music that often help to identify items such as artist name and song title.
Rack Jobber A merchant paying a rental fee or commission to maintain and sell inventory within the retailers store.
Label A brand of commercial recordings, usually issued under a trademarked name; a record manufacturer, distributor.
Digital Lockers Remote servers for stroing and retrieving music files often operated by third party companies.
Synchronization Rights The right to share/use music in a smre relation with an action film or video.
Peer to Peer (P2P) It allows users to freely download content from another users hardrive without the use of an intermediary server.
Bundle of Rights The six exclusive rights in copyright ownership rested initially and exclusively in the autrhor of a work.
Fair Use Legal defense to a copyright infringement claim allowing minimal taking \s of copyrighted material for purposes such as scholarships, research, and news reporting.
Derivative Work A work based on one or more preexisting works such as a translation musical arrangement dramatization fictionalization, motiuon picture version, sound recording, art, reproduction, abridgement, condensation or any other form in which a work may b adapted.
Copyright The legal RIGHT to reproduce, adapt, distribute, perform publicly, and display a work of intellectual property.
Exploitation In the entertainment field, to promote, advertise, publicize, display, distribute, license, sell, or advance an artist or a property.
Mechanical Rights Legal permission given by the copyright owner. (Either through negotiation or a compulsory license) to make and distribute a commercial recording of copyrighted music.
Collective Work A work, such as a periodical issue, anthology, or encyclopedia, in which a number of contributions, consulting separate and independent works in themselves are assembled into a collective whole.
Compulsory License In copyright law, a right determined by statute rather than negotiation between licensor and licensee.
Productivity The ability to produce more with less material .
Royalties A fee paid for the use of property such as copyrighted works.
Value Chain The linkage of constituent economic contributors in the offering of a product or service. Each component adds value in acheiving the ultimate goal of selling the product.
Piracy Illegal duplication and distribution of intellectual property such as sound recordings.
Intellectual Property Ideas translated from creators' minds to tangible expressions such as songs, writing, and other forms.
Streaming The delivery of media content to an end user in a way of allowing the end user to start playing the file before the entire file has been transmitted. The content does not permanently reside on the destination device.
Negotiated License In the recording industry, a right to record worked out between music publisher and a record producer. Contrasts with a stautory or compulsory license.
Work for Hire A work prepared by an employee within the scope of their employment (or) A work that is specially ordered or commisioned for use as a contributed or collective work.
Paradox of Choice A large selection is commonly associated with welfare and freedom but too many options cause the feeling of less happiness , less satisfaction can lead to paralysis.
First Sale Provides that an individual who purchases a copy of a copyrighted work receives the right to sell or otherwise dispose of that particular copy, not withstanding the interests of the copyright owner.
Audiovisual Works Works that consist of a series of related images in a timed related to a sound recording.
Trademark/Service mark A word phrase., symbol, and/or design that identifies and distinguishes the source of goods or services of one party from those of others.
Mechanicals Royalties paid by a record manufacturer to the owner of a musical composition copyright.
Patent A government authority or license conferring a right or title for a set period, especially the sole right to exclude others from making, using, or selling an invention.
Sound Recordings Works that result from the fixation of a series of musical, spoken, or other sounds but not including the sounds but accompanying a motion picture or other audiovisual work regardless of the nature of the material objects such be continued...
Sound Recordings (Part 2) discs, tapes , or other phonrecords, in which they are embodied.
Public Domain The legal status of music or other intellectual property making it available for unrestricted use because there is currently no enforceable copyright or patent right.
Mechanical License Legal permission given by the owner of the songwriting copyright to make and distribute a commerical sound recording.
Fixed When the embodiment of a work of expression is in a copy or phonorecord by or under the authority of the author is sufficiently permanent or stable to permit it to be perceived, reproduce, or communicated for a period of more than transitory duration.
MP3 A digital music format that emerged in the 1990's.
Digital Rights Management (DRM) It protects intellectual property either by encrypting the data so that only authorized users can access is , or by embedding a digital watermark so that the content cannot be freely distributed.
360/ Multiple Rights deal A contract in which a record label which traditionally acquired only recording rights, gains a share of other artist revenue streams such as touring, publishing, and merchandise.
Performance Rights Exclusive right given to the creator of copyrighted material to authorize the use of the work in public.
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