China's Film and Music Industries: Copyright, Business Models and Lessons for Developed Markets?
Montgomery, Lucy (2007) China's Film and Music Industries: Copyright, Business Models and Lessons for Developed Markets? In Defining the Field: Themes in Contemporary China Studies, 12-15 April 2007, Cambridge University, United Kingdom. (Unpublished)
In this paper I briefly discuss some of the issues raised by my doctoral research, which explored the role of copyright in the development of China's domestic creative industries. I discuss two companies struggling to negotiate China's highly complex legal and commercial environment in a search for profit: Huayi Film and Huayi Music. Finally, I introduce my current research, which focuses on China’s commercial music industry and considers the implications of developments in that market for the music industry in the UK.
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