YouTube music terms for aspiring artists

For aspiring music artists, posting songs to YouTube, iTunes, and other online music services is important. But according to this Daily Mail (UK) article, YouTube is about to launch a subscription music service requiring many independent musicians to agree to its terms, or be left behind. The article mentions that many big well known artists haven’t yet agreed to YouTube’s new terms. Have you, or your band, agreed to YouTube’s terms? Forbes has this article with more.

My law firm, Johnson Law KC LLC, has experience working with aspiring artists, songwriters, musicians, and authors in Kansas City. If my firm can help you navigate YouTube’s new music terms, give me a call (913-707-9220) or email me (steve@johnsonlawkc.com) for a free, convenient consultation.

(c) 2014, Stephen M. Johnson, Esq.

 

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