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Uploaded on Oct 20, 2011
How does the law protect and promote the work of those who create innovative forms of music and dance?
In this audio slideshow we hear from Principal Investigator Professor Charlotte Waelde who outlines the conclusion of her research along with Professor Philip Schlesinger. They interviewed dancers and musicians to discuss how to copyright their work and thereby earn a living. Also interviewed here are collaborators on the project -- Francis Yeoh (lawyer and dancer) and Tamara Schlesinger (singer /songwriter and director of 6 day riot). At a seminar held in September 2011 they each give their findings and experiences of how copyright works for or fails them.