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1 Music Industry and Piracy By Jacob White

2 What is Piracy? “File-Sharing” Almost all of us have done it

3 Specific Type of Piracy Someone else’s work Making it profitable Has been around for a while “Ice Ice Baby” vs “Under Pressure”

4 Present Day: Two Sides RecognitionRoyalties

5 Disc Jockeys Main target today Distribute own mixes for profit Pennsylvania DJ company Omaha DJ franchise

6 Why Not Buy Royalties? Extremely expensive Hard to obtain

7 Mediation Pleases both sides Cheap for consumer Easily accessible for consumer Paid by advertisers

8 Works Cited “Famous Copyright Infringement plagiarism case in Music.” n.d. Fair Wage Lawyers. Web. 9 April Maffett, Bob. “Copyrights in Music.” Proformance. Web. 9 April “Jay-Z ‘recycling’ Biggie’s rhymes: biting, allusion, unaware, or Public Domain?” n.d. Rap Genious. Web. 9 April 2013 “Who Music Theft Hurts.” Recording Industry Association of America. Web. 9 April 2013.


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