Sub-Publishing Agreement

Sub-Publishing Agreement

A sub-publishing deal occurs when a publisher enters into an agreement with another publisher to administer and license copyrights from their writers in a foreign market. European music publishers can sub-publish American music and vice versa. Usually these deals are done company-to-company. A very small publisher in the U.S., for example, may sign a sub-publishing deal with one of the majors to cover administration in foreign territories.

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