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Aug032016

Consent Decree Impact Infographic

Editor’s Note: This infographic is intended to visualize the recent decisions made by the Department of Justice for the Consent Decrees. For more information on these decisions and how they could impact songwriters, please check out our post, “5 Things Songwriters Need to Know About the Consent Decree.” This post originally appears on the Soundstr Blog


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We encourage you to share this infographic image or download a printable PDF (with links), along with the hashtag#MusicTransparency on FacebookTwitter and beyond. We kindly ask that you use it in its entirety and do not edit in any way. Thank you for respecting our work.


CREATORS:

Soundstr uses recognition technology to identify real world music usage and offers new advertising opportunities for businesses and songwriters. This transparency offers businesses a way to negotiate PRO license fees based on actual music usage, and songwriters a way to earn royalties when their music is used in the real world. Soundstr is a venture-backed startup, founded by songwriters and leverages best-in-class recognition technology by Gracenote (Tribune). Click here to learn more about Soundstr.

 
 

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Credits:

• Artwork: Corey Donovan

• Copy: Eron Bucciarelli-Tieger & Brian Penick

• Layout Assistant: Claire Muenchen

 

Click HERE to learn more about Soundstr’s recognition services.

Consent Decree Impact Infographic

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