Music Copyright in Television Production
By Eric Huyton (Lacock Films Ltd)
You must have permission to use music
Music is an essential part of most television and film productions. Whether your programme is shown on a television network, in a cinema, on DVD, podcast or on the web, you must first get permission to use it which usually means obtaining and paying for a licence.
We'll show you how to budget for your music and how to obtain the necessary licences.
There's also advice from Producers, Editors & Composers
With thanks to:
Paula Adams from PRS for Music
for her help and advice in preparing this guide