Neighbouring rights are a form of copyright linked to commercially released recordings.
When a record is played on radio, TV or performed in public, a royalty, or remuneration as it is called in the neighbouring rights world, is due both to the owner of the master recording and the performing artist. Performing artists includes singers, instrumentalists and, if they play on the track, studio producers.
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