Any full-time influencer can tell you that content creation is no easy job. If you are interested in content creation or you are a music artist interested in potentially endorsing products on your social media, there are a few things that you should know before posting any paid content. The Federal Trade Commission, also known as the FTC, has put into place certain guidelines for influencers when endorsing in order to battle against deceptive advertising.
With the growth of the metaverse, it is only natural that it would start to appear in every aspect of our lives, including social media. Kim Kardashian was recently charged by the SEC and settled for $1.26 million on October 3 for failing to disclose that she was paid to promote EthereumMax, one of the many cryptocurrencies on the market right now.
f you own a Peloton, you most definitely have rocked out to Beyoncé or Coldplay on your bike while sweating it out. In order for Peloton to use these songs in their classes, they must first secure a license to reproduce the song, more specifically synchronization rights also known as sync rights.
Disney has long sought to extend the copyright on the Mickey Mouse characters, but on January 1, 2024, Mickey Mouse will officially become public domain.
Are you a producer? Maybe you have a passion for music and want to be! We are here to break down the basics about producers, producer agreements, and what you should know before signing one.
Managers: What They Do, How They Get Paid, and How to Get One.
There are two ways to get back your publishing rights and depending on your situation, you will be able to proceed legally to achieve this.