BMG launches neighboring rights service; signs Roger Daltrey as one of its first clients

The expansion into neighboring rights comes just four months after BMG moved into artist management in a partnership with Carl Stubner’s Shelter Music Group. Neighboring rights – also known as performance rights – are paid in much of the world when a recording is played to a live audience or on the radio or in the US when a recording is played on a non-interactive streaming service such as Pandora.

Source: BMG launches neighboring rights service; signs up The Who’s Roger Daltrey as one of its first clients

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