#57 – The Two Copyrights Required For Your Songs

Jim Jesse, entertainment attorney explains

You’ve written the song. Now its time to get it out there so it can make money for you. But wait… Are you completely protected? Do you have all of your copyrights in place? Does your song actually need to be copyrighted, and what is the best way to copyright your songs? Meet Jim Jesse, entertainment attorney, founder of “Rock N Roll Law”, and full time Music Law Presenter. He’s also the author of “The Music Copyright Law Manual”, and the forthcoming “The Musicians Guide to Music Copyright Law”. Jim walks us thru the steps of getting your music copyrighted correctly, and what other forms of protection you need to take as a content creator to ensure you’re getting all the revenue streams you deserve when it comes to owning your material.
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