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ECONOMIC RIGHTS 1. Reproduction Rights - the copyright owner has the right to prevent others from making copies of his music. 2. Distribution Rights - the right of the copyright owner to control the distribution of his music 3. Publishing Rights - the right to make a song 4. Performing Rights - the
owner has the right to determine who performs in public the music he has created.5. Recording Rights - this covers the right to make a sound recording or a video recording of a song.6. Rights of Translation - the right to translate or to authorise the translation of a piece of music is solely that of the creator of the work.7. Broadcast and Communication to the public – the owner of copyright has the right to control the broadcast of his music on radio, television and other cable stations. 8. Rights of Adaptation - the owner of copyright has the exclusive right to control the modification of his work into another work.9. Exploitation of the Translation or Adaptation-the copyright owner has the right to control the exploitation in any form of the adaption or translation of his work.10. Length of a Copyright in - Copyright runs from the time of creation till 70 or 50 11. Ownership of a copy Vs. Owner of copyright -The purchase of a piece of music or a full album does not confer on the buyer, copyright. 12. Transfer of Copyright - Copyright ownership can be transferred and this must be done by a written agreement. The transfer (assignment) of copyright only affects economic rights. This transfer could be total or partial. In partial assignment, a music author may transfer his reproduction, translation and adaptation rights to a publisher. He may also decide to split his rights between different persons.13. Transfer of copyright may also be granted for a period of time.1. Fair use: This is purely for non-profit or non-commercial purposes. Playing a complete music is not fair use.Source: www.cosonng.com
Live:Bro Blue takes you to Jamaica,the culture,food and great reggae music
Ganja is their superior source of life. Originating in the 1930s, one of the most prominent, internationally known aspects of Jamaica's African-Caribbean culture is the Rastafari movement, particularly those elements that are expressed through reggae music. In the 1970s and early 1980s Bob Marley became the most high-profile exponent of the Rastafari culture and belief system. His reputation as an innovative musician devoted to his faith has continued to grow since his death, so that by 2004 his greatest hits compilation Legend had sold 20 million copies worldwide, making him arguably the world's most famous Jamaican, and certainly the nation's biggest-selling recording artist.
There are tips for the savvy Black Friday Shopper, tips about early deals and so much more. I will not be hitting the store on Black Friday until I read these and get my shopping expertise on! The Good Stuff is a plethora of information that you have to take time to gather before you pull out your hard earned money!
What do you want this holiday season? Save on it now and make it a reality with help from Coupons.com and The Good Stuff!Smart shoppers know that the day after Thanksgiving is the day to score the best deals. These 7 tips will help you find the absolute best buys this year.
Do your research
Several Web sites start posting Black Friday ads as soon as they become available?which for some stores is now. Check these sites for the latest deals:
Dealnews.com (click on the Black Friday tab)
Bfads.net.Hint: If you see a great buy, check price comparison sites such as Shopping.com and PriceGrabber.com to make sure you can’t do better elsewhere. Many major retailers launch their Black Friday sales as early as two weeks before the official day. Last year, Gap offered "Bright Friday" markdowns of up to 60 percent starting the day before Thanksgiving, and Toys "R" Us offered 25-percent-off deals and gifts with purchases from
Dr.Nivischi :Finding Your F-Factor Secrets to Attract the Man You Really Want..
Focus on Your Feelings and Disregard His Flattery Until You Know His Motives
• Why is it so challenging to focus on yourself?• Is his flattery more important than how she feels?
• How does she get past the flattery to the substance of a man?• When is accepting flattery beneficial?
• What is the benefit of focusing on your feelings first? Eartha Kitt says: "It’s all about falling in love with yourself and sharing that love with someone who appreciates you, rather than looking for love to compensate for a self-love deficit.”
On today’s show, we will take a look the importance of focusing on how you feel about a person rather than being blinded by flattery. Everyday millions of women flirt with and often fall for the flattery of men. Is there anything wrong with it? How can she stay focused and on track with her relationship goals? Though there is nothing wrong with flirting and flattery, it can become a distraction for a woman who truly wants a healthy, loving relationship. We are going to take a deep dive into the motives behind flattery and help the women in the audience see the difference between flattery and genuine admiration. By the end of this show she will know how to spot a fake and choose the real thing instead.
Samantha A. Gregory is a Women's Stress Elimination Strategist who helps busy professional women and moms manage their stress naturally and without relying on pharmaceuticals so they can have guilt-free balance, quality of life, and career/business success even if they have tried other self-improvement programs. She is the author of No More Crumbs. Ms. Gregory writes and publishes relationship, motherhood, and self-improvement books and articles in Atlanta, GA where she is also preparing her two teens to launch out into the world.
Bookings for Talents such as; Artists Band or Group is There Deposit for Service Hire There's to use Before Rendering Service such as Shows Concert Appearances ? NO, SHOULD BE ESCROW IN AN ACCT. UNTIL SERVICE IS RENDERED. BUT, CARIBBEAN ARTIST ACTS WILL NOT CONFIRM AN ENGAGEMENT/SHOW/CONCERT UNLESS THEY RECEIVE THERES DEPOSIT personally Which Can and Will Cause Issue's on Management & Booking Agenc Reggae Round Table Chat: What Happens To Promoter's Deposit When Artist Diesy Even if it's Medical illness or Death.
Mr. BYRON MALCOLM of BNM ATTRACTION ENTERTAINMENT will be Joining us TOMORROW on REGGAE ROUND TABLE TALK 7PM ON THIS BUSINESS OF MUSIC101
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Enjoy self-love, before giving your love away.
• What is self-love?
• How does one attain self-love?
• Who is responsible for self-love?
• When do you give self-love?
• Why do you need self-love?
Eartha Kitt says: "It’s all about falling in love with yourself and sharing that love with someone who appreciates you, rather than looking for love to compensate for a self-love deficit.”
On today’s show, we will take a look at this often talked about term “self-love.” It is often the case that we give ourselves away before giving ourselves to our selves. It is healthier to connect with and love self before sharing one’s self with another. Self-love fosters a more healthy connection with someone else. I often say to clients: “you can’t give what you don’t have.” So, I encourage us to “enjoy self-love before giving love away.”
Please join us today as we talk about the importance of loving yourself before seeking love and expecting another person to love you.
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Live: The Midnight Lover Bro Blue-Sultery,Slow & Easy Music for Your lover& You 50s 60s 70s. Fall in love all over again . Bring back the memories of yester years. Re kindle the your love life .
Music may very well be the food of love, but it's also—more deliciously—the food of loving. Because we know our readers have an appetite like no other, as reported in our annual Sex issue, we present to you the connoisseur's playlist. From the hottest turn-ons to the sweetest soundtracks, these are the 50 sexiest songs on the planet, according to us Bro Blue take u away to love land tune in www.crsradio.com and www.caribbeanradioshow.com call in 661-467-2407
Presenter---Mr Paul FLAVORS Johnson Company Stage A vinyl records musical presentation every Friday 7 – 9 pm featuring live DJs playing Retro music of the 70’s, 80’s, & 90’s from various genres like: Reggae, R&B, Funk, Calypso, Kompa, Latin, and others.
Reggae Artistes and Reggae Indie Productions Need To Know Authors (a) Income from public performances on radio, television, downloads and streaming on the Internet, live performances, concerts, bars, shops public places.(b) Income from mechanical licences when recordings on such sound carriers as CDs, cassettes and vinyl are sold to the public. Mechanical licences are licences issued by authors and publishers to phonogram producers, allowing them to legally sell records containing a work(c) Income from mechanical licences when works are the subject of downloads, streaming on the Internet or as ring tones or real tones.(d) Income from synchronisation licences when the work is synchronised to visual images, video or film.(e) Income from the sale of printed sheet music or scores or from graphic downloads on the internet.(f) Income from home copying levies.1.ii Performers
(a) Income live performances in front of audiences public or private events.(b) Income from royalties when a phonogram producer (record company or label) sells a fixed performance (recording) to the public on a physical sound carrier such as vinyl, cassettes or CDs. (c) Income from royalties when a phonogram producer sells a recording on the Internet as a download, by streaming or as a mobile phone ring tone or real tone. (d) Income from public performances when a recording is played in public (e) Income from ‘master re-use’ or synchronisation when a recording is synchronised to visual images, video or film. (f) Income from home copying levies.(g) Income from sponsorship and branding.Become a member of the appropriate collection societies
Live Chat : Music from Trench Town and we celebrate John Holt
Legendary Tide Is High reggae singer John Holt dies aged 69 in London hospital following lengthy period of ill health
Reggae legend, John Holt, died at 69 on Sunday.
The well-loved vocalist, who sang the original version of Blondie’s hit track The Tide Is High, passed away in a London hospital.
His death was confirmed by his manager to the Jamaica Observer Online as he said: ‘John died at 2:40 am English time. His [John’s] nephew informed of his death.’
Music historians typically divide the history of ska into three periods: the original Jamaican scene of the 1960s; the English 2 Tone ska revival of the late 1970s, which fused Jamaican ska rhythms and melodies with the faster tempos and harder edge of punk rock; and the third wave of ska, which involved bands from the UK, other European countries (notably Germany), Australia, Japan, South America and the US, beginning in the 1980s and peaking in the 1990s
Ebola is a disease that has been described as the stuff of nightmares. It starts off like the common cold or flu, then quickly progresses into more. The virus attacks everything inside the body and turns it into mush, while the person is still alive. The virus causes massive internal bleeding, which leads to an infected person vomiting blood, and blood pouring out of every part of the body. Most people who get it will die, since the death rate can be as high as 90 percent. However, according to newsweek.com, the epicenter of the current outbreak is Kenema in Sierra Leone. And Kenema is home to the Kenema Government Hospital. Type in vhfc.org. It’s easy to see that this very hospital has what some would argue is a bioweapons research lab. According to Global BioDefense.com, the US Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases has been operating in the area since 2006, supposedly working on "diagnostic tests".
Lab 257, a book written back in 2004 by Michael Carroll details the interworkings of Plum Island, which was for many years America's foremost bioweapons lab. This laboratory specialized in germs, better known as viruses. The island is located just a ferry ride from New York City and was started immediately after the World War Two. In the beginning, the lab was noted for its ultra-high security. The island is home to all sorts of animals, such as migrating birds, mice, and even deer. In the beginning, there were army patrols and even snipers that would shoot the deer, if they tried to swim across to Long Island.
The author notes how many people say that the Plum Island was responsible for spreading Lyme disease back in the 1970s. In fact, the very disease takes its name from a town called Old Lyme, which is directly across the water from the lab. The book then goes on to say that although the US Government has always denied that it had anything to do with Lyme disease,
Booking Agency/Agents are the Work Force for Artists,Groups, Bands And Touring
An agent is an integral asset in a budding artist’s career now more than ever before. With record labels playing less of a role early on, often times an agent is discovering and signing talent before labels do.
If unsigned artists are able to establish themselves through a Website, release their own tracks, obtain great reviews, and build a strong fan base, it’s more likely that those artists will catch the eye of an agent. Agents are constantly reading, researching and surveying all of the resources available to them online and offline, in an effort to identify prospective new talent.
Success in this business ultimately depends on the artist. One of the best ways for an artist to break into the music scene today is through touring. For certain artists, the best option may be to tour immediately, especially if their music is already well-known on the Internet. In other instances, it’s more effective for artists to start by building recognition through social networking, and subsequently, touring.
Years ago it was common for artists to utilize other channels of promotion to reach a new fan base such as MTV. The record label would then promote its artists and their music videos. While those channels are still important, they’re not as influential today as they once were, and artists aren’t waiting around and relying on those mediums to have careers.
An artist will always get to a point where they need to reach a new audience, and with the Internet and access to social media at their fingertips, an artist has a pretty good chance of developing an independent fan base on its own.
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