Curve Launches Part Two of Online Royalties 101 Course: Recorded Music
After the successful launch of our Royalties 101 - Publishing course a few weeks ago, which saw over 1500 people signing up to receive a free eBook of the course, we are happy to announce we have launched the second instalment of our Royalties 101 course: Recorded Music.
Royalties 101 is freely accessible as an online course for you to reference at your own pace and to test your knowledge with some questions at the end of every chapter. The course is also available as a free eBook, which we advise you to use as a resource to reference after taking the course online. Our new Recorded Music course is broken down into 11 separate lessons:
What is Copyright?
Flow of Revenues in Recorded Music
How Sales Data Is Shared With Labels
What a Record Label Deal Looks Like
Profit Share Deals
The Mechanical Liability of Record Labels
Mechanical Royalties in North America
Performance and Neighbouring Rights
Introduction to Royalty Accounting Software
With both 'Royalties 101 – Publishing' and 'Royalties 101 – Recorded Music' Curve is aiming to create the music industry's definitive one-stop information resource on music royalties.
Tom Allen, co-founder and CEO of Curve Royalty Systems, said: "Our mission at Curve is to make royalty reporting as easy and understandable as possible. A large part of this mission is to improve the knowledge in the industry, to give everyone - from the business owner, to accounts and royalties team, down to the artist - the ability to understand royalties.
"The Royalties 101 series does just that, and something that we'll be looking to continue through in-person events and webinars, alongside these resources."