Our guest is Dr Hayleigh Bosher - Senior Lecturer in Intellectual Property Law at Brunel University.
We discuss how musicians can educate themselves around copyright and getting paid when their music is used, the #BrokenRecord campaign for better pay for performers and composers, along with some examples of copyright such as Louis Theroux and Jiggle Jiggle and David Guetta creating an AI Eminem.
We also talk about her podcast 'Whose Song is it Anyway' the first two seasons which were co-hosted with Jules O’Riordan (Entertainment Lawyer and artist known as Judge Jules) which has included guests such as Imogen Heap, Crispin Hunt and Kevin Brennan MP talk about a wide range of music related areas such as performers rights, sampling, working with other artists, blockchain in music and lots more.
We go on to talk about the third season of the podcast which has a focus on Women in Music from all sides of the industry and levels of experience that launches on 1st March https://anchor.fm/whosesongisitanyway
Eminem New Zealand Case:
Duke & Jones talking about Neil Diamond clearing use of 'Red Red Wine' for Louis Theroux's 'Jiggle Jiggle'
David Guetta with AI Eminem: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=98WTwSnkoas
Hayleigh on Twitter, links to her books and more: https://linktr.ee/legallybosher