How can we get fair value for music in the digital economy?

Eddie Schwartz, songwriter and chair of Fair Trade Music International, presents an overview of the history and objectives of the campaign to create an equitable music economy. This took place at the offices of SOCAN, the Canadian copyright collective that administers the performing rights of more than 125,000 composer, author and music publisher members by licensing the use of their music in Canada.

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