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Net Publisher’s Share

Net Publisher’s Share

When an artist’s catalog is up for sale, the Net Publisher’s Share plays an important function in determining the monetary value of the catalog. Net Publisher’s Share typically refers to the gross income collected by or credited to the publisher who controls the catalog minus songwriter royalties and co-publishing royalties.

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