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Music Rights Buying Specialists based in London
Music Rights Buying Specialists based in London

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Over on the Resilient Music blog is a short summary of last week's Music Rights Without Fights launch event: http://resilientmusic.com/oh-night/

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If you don't get a music licence in place up-front, the consequences can be painful. Read this week's blog that examines the risks. http://resilientmusic.com/worst-music-copyright-infringement

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Choosing the right music can make or break your campaign, so how can you get it right? Marketing Manager at Synchtank, Emma Griffiths shares her thoughts in this insightful blog post. Read it here: http://resilientmusic.com/right-track-music-buying-brands/

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So far we have received some great reviews for Music Rights Without Fights. Find out what other people are saying about the book here, so you can decide whether it will help you with your next music rights deal. http://resilientmusic.com/music-rights-without-fights-theyre-saying/

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Great to be featured on the MIDEM blog today sharing 5 tips for Sync success in 2016.  If music licensing is something you have to deal with for your company or brand then take a look to make 2016 a year of sync success.

http://blog.midem.com/2016/01/5-tips-for-sync-success-in-2016/

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Our website for Richard's book, Music Rights Without Fights has now launched!

Take a look to see reviews, excerpts, videos and more and see why it has been described as "Essential reading for client-side Marketing and Procurement music buyers."

http://musicrightswithoutfights.com

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With the prevelance of re-records we wanted to know if this is seen as a good or bad thing by music industry professionals. This is what they told us: http://resilientmusic.com/re-records-good-music-business/

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In this post sharing more insights from our recent State of Music Rights Licensing we look at how sync is perceived by artists and songwriters. Is it important to them? http://resilientmusic.com/importance-sync-to-songwriters-and-artists/

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Does the sync licensing market need totally revamping? Read my thoughts in this guest post for 4pt5.com. I would love to get your opinions too.

http://4pt5.com/could-music-be-traded-as-a-commodity/
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