The founder of the world’s biggest marketing services company, Sir Martin Sorrell, has said he believes revelations about the National Security Agency’s Prism internet surveillance programme are a “game changer” that will spark a fundamental rethink of web privacy by web users, writes The Guardian.
Alan Wallis, executive director in Ernst & Young’s Transactions Advisory Group, attended the Music 4.5 Image Rights events. Here he shares his views on Image Rights. The value of image rights The concern I had listening to the interesting and thought provoking presentation on Guernsey’s
Content marketing is a new buzzword in the world of digital marketing. But what is it and how can the music industry use it to their advantage. To find out more we’ve talked to Marcus Taylor, founder of Venture Harbour, a digital marketing agency that
Introducing Our Videos: This spring we’re introducing videos from some of our events. Here co-founder Rassami Hok Ljungberg explains why. Why 4.5 Videos? By popular demand, as there is an increasing number of people keen to see specific Music 4.5 seminar sessions either to replay
The Music 4.5 Image Rights event left many wanting more. We’ve talked to Jakub Majowski, co-founder of video sharing start-up Tellyo, about what he thought about the event, how Tellyo is navigating the legal jungle and why many start-ups struggle with copyright. Could you tell me