The Bloomsbury handbook of popular music policy

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Homan, Shane,


Bloomsbury Academic,, New York, United States, p.xiv, 409 pages : (2022)

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(OCoLC)fst00885007, (OCoLC)fst01030489, (OCoLC)fst01030641, (OCoLC)fst01071452, Aspect politique., Cultural policy., fast, Industrie., Law and legislation., Music and state., Music trade., Musique, Musique populaire, Political aspects., Politique culturelle., Politique gouvernementale., Popular music


Includes bibliographical references and index.Introduction. Situating popular music policy / Shane Homan -- Part I. Policy Contexts. Distributing rights and resources : The cultural politics of popular music policy / John Street ; The presence and absence of policy in the digital music industries / Daniel Nordgård ; Property or status? Music and musicians under copyright / Thomas Dillon -- Part II. Policy Sectors. Conceptualising popular music's heritage as an object of policy : Preservation, performance and promotion / Paul Long, Zelmarie Cantillon and Sarah Baker ; Popular music, policy and education / Gareth Dylan Smith and Zack Moir ; Music exports / Shane Homan ; Broadcasting and popular music policy / J. Mark Percival ; Live music infrastructure / Adam Behr -- Part III. National Frameworks. Audible, Visible and Experiential : Reflections on South Korean Popular Music Policy / Soojin Kim ; The Canadian conundrum : Robust policies catching up with the times / Richard Sutherland ; The new Great Leap Forward of China : National and local music policy in Chengdu / Qian Wang ; Australian popular music policy / Sarah Taylor and Shane Homan ; More than dots on maps : Locating live venues in the German music policy framework / Niklas Blömeke, Jan Üblacker, Johannes Krause, Heiko Rühl and Katharina Huseljic ; From national identity to the well-being of future generations : Popular music within devolved Welsh policy-making between 1999-2020 / Luke Thomas and Paul Carr -- Part IV. Contemporary Debates. Ticketing : Why is it a problem? / Michael Waterson ; Gender and popular music policy / Sam de Boise, Maura Edmond and Catherine Strong ; When music becomes datafied : Streaming services and the case of Spotify / Jonas Andersson Schwarz and Sofia Johansson ; Music cities / Sarah Taylor ; Brexit and the UK live music industry / Patrycja Rozbicka, Adam Behr and Craig Hamilton."Examines the complex relationships between governments, industries and audiences, offering insight into negotiations within particular industries, nations and regions, where music policy remains at the forefront of wider creative industries policy"--