| Commentary

98 Music

| Commentary

98 Music

Where pre-existing recorded music is incorporated in an advertisement, the advertising agency typically enters into separate licences with the publisher that owns the rights in the composition and lyrics and with the record company that owns the rights in the recording1.

The Society for Producers and Composers of Applied Music and the Institute of Practitioners in Advertising (‘IPA’) have negotiated terms for an agreement for the production and licensing of an original musical composition for use in advertising. Similarly the Musicians Union and the IPA have negotiated terms for musicians engaged to record music for advertisements

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