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Licensing Multimedia Content

The improved powerfulness of personal computers, whether in terms of hardware or software, has eased the production and distribution of multimedia content. Multimedia production is no longer a costly work monopolised by TV or film commercials. Because of the widespread adoption of multimedia content as a form of informational production and distribution, production authors and content users must be familiar with the important elements of licensing in respect of multimedia productions.

The meaning of multimedia content would include music, video, audio works, sound recordings and any other audio-visual productions such as karaoke.