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« Reply #15 on: March 19, 2009, 05:44:31 PM »
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« Reply #16 on: March 19, 2009, 06:05:30 PM »
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« Reply #17 on: September 10, 2012, 09:06:02 AM »
At Premiumbeat.com, our business is selling licenses to use music in multimedia and traditional media productions. By providing royalty free music we make this process exceptionally easy for our clients.

Nonetheless, it’s important to understand what copyright means, how it applies to music, and how clients can obtain the rights to use one of our songs, or any other song for that matter. Terms such as “royalty-free music”, “stock music”, and “synchronization licensing”, get tossed around loosely, and this adds to the confusion. Hopefully this mini-tutorial will shed some light on this.
A TALE OF TWO COPYRIGHTS: COMPOSITION AND MASTER

Copyright is intellectual property. If you own the copyright to something, it means, quite simply, that you have the right to decide who can make a copy. Copyright is the right to copy. Obviously it’s more complex than that but we’ll keep it basic for now.

In terms of music, the key thing to understand is that each recording of music actually includes two distinct copyrights:

1. The copyright in the song itself, or the musical composition, or simply the Composition. This means the rights in the words and music of a song, and is often referred to as the ‘Publishing’ rights. Think of an old-school songwriter sitting at a piano, writing music and lyrics to a song. That song exists before it is recorded. Often musicians (especially in electronic music and hip hop) have a hard time grasping this distinction because they write music while they are producing it – sitting at their computer. Copyright is formed when you write a song, by virtue of the fact that it is new and original and takes a graphic form, such as writing down the lyrics or doing a demo. The copyright in this Composition is owned by whoever wrote it, until they assign or sell those rights to a Music Publishing company. There is no legal requirement to register a copyright with the copyright office in your country, and registration does not create the copyright, but it does serve as evidence of its creation. This can be an important tool in copyright infringement cases.

2. The copyright in a sound recording, also known as the Master. The Master is a recording of a Composition, so in a sense the copyright to the Composition is embedded within the Master. The copyright to the Master is owned by whoever produced it. Often this is a record company. To illustrate this, think of a famous song such as “Georgia on my Mind”. Each record company that produces a version of that song owns their recording, but the fundamental rights to the composition remain with the original publisher, who owns the Composition – the copyright of the song itself.
MUSIC PUBLISHERS AND RECORD LABELS

The business of a record label is basically to generate money with the Recordings. The basic business model historically has been to manufacture products (vinyl records, CDs) and sell them in stores. It’s a manufacturing business, essentially the same as selling widgets.

Music publishers generate money with songs. For the most part, this is a rights administration business. The music publisher controls the copyright in a song, and that entitles it to revenue when the song is used. Here are the main sources of revenue for music publishing:

1. Public Performance Royalties. These royalties are paid by anyone who ‘publicly broadcasts’ music, for instance on radio and television stations, live performance venues, retail outlets and yes, even elevators. In Canada, this is administered by SOCAN. In the US, there are ASCAP, BMI and SESAC. Most other territories have a similar organization – referred to as a PRO or Performing Rights Organization. Keep in mind that the royalties are paid by the broadcasters, not by the producers of a program such as a TV show. The broadcasters have to pay a certain percentage of their annual ad revenue to the PRO for a license to use all music. The PROs then pay the composers and publishers for the songs that were broadcast.

2. Mechanical Royalties (also called mass duplication royalties). These royalties are basically the publisher’s cut for CD or DVD sales. Since a Master Recording is a reproduction of a Composition (the Composition is embedded within it), the record company has to pay for the right to do this. The rate for CD duplication is set by negotiations between associations representing the labels and publishers (in Canada), and by the copyright board in the US. This is why the mechanical rate is often referred to as the “Statutory Rate”. The same principle applies to DVDs, except that the price is negotiated on a case-by-case basis.

3. Synchronization. This is where a publisher allows someone to ‘synchronize’ music with images. This can be for many different purposes: film, TV, advertising, video games, multimedia, websites, or corporate uses (we’ll refer to all these as “Productions”). The idea is that the producer of a TV show, for example, pays to synchronize a song with some sort of a scene. Fees are negotiated on a case-by-case basis. From the publisher’s point of view, it’s an attractive proposition because you get a fee up front ( the “Sync Fee”), and you also get public performance royalties when the show plays on TV (see # 1 above).
SYNCHRONIZATION AND MASTER USE LICENSES

Another thing to understand is that since there are two copyrights involved, two licenses need to be issued to make use of a recorded song:

1. Synchronization License: gives you the right to ‘sync’ the Composition with images in your production, as described above.

2. Master Use License: This is exactly the same rights as the sync license, except it applies to the Master, the sound recording itself – the actual recorded interpretation of the musical composition.

Since the publisher owns the Composition (sync license) and the record company owns the Master, two different negotiations often have to take place, with two different contracts, for a song to be used in a Production. This can lead to complicated and time-consuming negotiations.

If a single company owns or controls the rights to both the Master and the Composition, this is called a One-Stop-Shop. This means that the company can sign both the Sync license and the Master Use license, which is less complicated and more attractive from the point of view of a film or TV producer – or anyone who needs production music.

Premiumbeat.com is such a One-Stop-Shop since it controls both the Master and the Compositions of all the music on its website.
MUSIC LICENSING DEFINITIONS

ROYALTY FREE: Purchasing royalty free music means that once you have paid the one-time fee, you can use that music as many times as you want for as long as you want without ever having to pay additional money to the licensor. There are many applications for which music must be licensed, and the traditional payment structure (in which a royalty is charged for each usage) is cumbersome and costly. Royalty-free music libraries solve this problem by offering music that can be purchased for a one-time fee and then be used by the purchaser as many times as needed.

For example: If a piece of royalty-free music is purchased to be used on a website, it does not matter if one visitor or 100,000 visitors come to the webpage – the purchase fee is exactly the same. Another example: If a piece of royalty-free music is purchased for use on a TV show, there is only the one-time fee, it doesn’t matter if the show is presented 5 times or 1,000 times. The TV show producer will never have to pay any additional fee for the music. This saves time and considerable expense.

Royalty free music does not mean that anyone gives up their copyrights or their rights to administer a song. For instance, if we license a song to you for a film project which goes on TV and then DVD, we can still collect public performance royalties for the TV performance since these are paid by the broadcaster, not by you. You only acquire the right to use the song in your production. The music is offered on a royalty free basis but is not copyright free. The music composer and the publisher remain the copyright owners.

STOCK MUSIC: Stock music is music that is produced for the specific purpose of licensing at fairly affordable rates. This music is rarely if ever released in record stores under an artist name. Licenses for Stock Music are generally non-exclusive, which means lower prices for the buyer. The Internet has drastically changed the way in which music is browsed; with today’s digital delivery methods, music may be searched and acquired online within minutes.

Generally, Royalty Free Licensing is available from a Stock Music library such as Premiumbeat.com. But Stock Music can also be charged on a Rights Managed license basis for a specific, one-time use at a rate determined by a combination of factors: duration, purpose, territory, etc.

We hope this short article helps you understand the basics of music licensing. We will be happy to answer any question if you want further information.

Patrick Curley, attorney at law
Legal advisor for www.premiumbeat.com
Royalty Free Music Library

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« Reply #18 on: September 10, 2012, 04:32:02 PM »
Inward remittances need to be aggressively promoted
Inward remittances have become an important component of the Bangladesh’s economy over the years. Bangladesh is among the top ten recipients of remittances in the world. Remittance as a percentage of GDP has increased from 6% in FY2004 to 11.4% in FY2010. Remittance inflow has been the backbone, providing support to the international reserves of the country. Historically, most of the remittance inflow comes from the Middle East and overall, the remittance from the Middle East constitutes about 66% of total remittancereceived by the country. ....leave your comments click here to read this article

Recent Budget Announcement
Bangladesh FM has recently unveiled a Taka 163,589 crore (US$22 billion) budget for the financial year 2011-2012 last month aiming a record high 7 per cent growth and to increase spending on key sectors by nearly a third to tackle its acute power shortage, poverty and inflation. Finance Minister Abul Maal Abdul Muhith announced the budget with a focus on employment generation, proposing a 23 per cent higher outlay for the next financial year, which is up by Taka 31,589 crore over the actual outlay of Taka 132,000 crore of the outgoing fiscal. Simultaneously the inflation was also expected to ease slightly to 7.5 per cent against a revised target of 8 percent this year as price spiral of food strained government finances by amplifying its already huge subsidy bill. ....leave your comments click here to read this article

Dividends Collection is much safer Investment in volatile market
After a runaway rally in the last calendar year, stock market in Bangladesh has finally witnessed a pause over the past few months with some volatility. After sustaining an upward momentum, the stock markets have refused to move upwards in a straight line, and are showing signs of choppiness over the past several weeks. While one of the reason why the benchmark indices have taken some profit taking over the past few weeks includes the spiraling crude oil prices and a shift in focus of investors towards precious commodities, there are some investors, still betting on stocks, which could offer healthy returns even in times, when market takes time to consolidate near current levels before a decisive breakout. ....leave your comments click here to read this article

New IPOs Activities So Far For This Year
The current year has turned out to be a mixed year so far for the IPO’s launched in Bangladesh over the past five and a half months. An aggregate of seven public issues have so far been thrown open for the public for subscription in the current year. While at least three of these issues have been offered at a premium, the other four IPO’s have come out so far at par. Out of the seven IPOs so far floated in the primary market till today in the current year, four of these issues have come out from new companies including Salvo Chemical Industries, M.I. Cement Factory, Baraktullah Electro Dynamics Ltd and MJL Bangladesh Ltd. ....leave your comments click here to read this article

The Book Building Method’s Affect At Bangladesh Stock Market
It is the process of determining the price at which an Initial Public Offering is offered. The book is filled with the range of prices that investors indicate they are willing to pay per share, and when the book gets closed on the closing of primary issue, the issue price is determined by an underwriter or merchant banker by analyzing these values. It is the solicitation of tentative interest from likely institutional and individual investors by the investment banking syndicate of a new security issue before the offering has been approved by the Securities and Exchange Commission.....leave your comments click here to read this article

Where Mutual Funds Stay After A Decade
Even as the stock markets have started maturing of age over the past one decade, the growth of mutual fund in Bangladesh has been slow. Only recently there has been a rush for new funds. Many banks and financial institutions continue to in the queue with proposals for their funds. Mutual fund is a fund under a trust. Investment in mutual fund is ideal for investors who do not want to take risk because the fund is managed professionally and the collective investment is diversified....leave your comments click here to read this article

A Few Milestones in DSE in 2010
The Bangladesh capital market continued to rally handsomely in 2010 even though U.S and European market had to recover from recession effect. The market capitalization to GDP ratio has been increased over the year from 30% to 50%. DSE General Index (DGEN) has gained its peak at 8,918.51 point in December 5, 2010 and the lowest value was at 4,568.40 point. Over the year, DGEN increased 82.78% and reached at 8,290.41 point at the end of the year. The total market capitalization of all shares and debentures (excluding t-bills and t-bonds) of the listed securities at the end of December, 2010 also stood higher at USD 49.4 billion, indicating a gain of 84 percent which was higher than USD 26.8 billion at the end of December, 2009. . ....Leave your comments click here to read this article

US for govt talks with Yunus ..share your opinions.
The United States yesterday called for a dialogue between Prof Muhammad Yunus and Bangladesh government to reach a solution to the dispute over the status of the Nobel laureate in the Grameen Bank he founded. I do believe that a compromise is possible and I am encouraging dialogue between the parties to find a mutually acceptable solution,'' Robert Blake, US assistant secretary of state for South and Central Asian Affairs, told a news conference at the American Club in Dhaka...Leave your comments click here to read this article


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« Reply #19 on: September 11, 2012, 12:07:43 PM »
Travel is the movement of people or objects (such as airplanes, boats, trains and other conveyances) between relatively distant geographical locations.The term "travel" originates from the Old French word travail.The term also covers all the activities performed during a travel (movement). A person who travels is spelled "traveler" in the United States, and "traveller" in the United Kingdom.
Reasons for traveling include recreation, tourism or vacationing, research travel for the gathering of information, for holiday to visit people, volunteer travel for charity, migration to begin life somewhere else, religious pilgrimages and mission trips, business travel,trade, commuting, and other reasons, such as to obtain health care or fleeing war or for the enjoyment of traveling. Travel may occur by human-powered transport such as walking or bicycling, or with vehicles, such as public transport, automobiles, trains and airplanes.

Motives to travel include pleasure, relaxation, discovery and exploration, getting to know other cultures and taking personal time for building interpersonal relationships. Travel may be local, regional, national (domestic) or international. In some countries, non-local internal travel may require an internal passport, while international travel typically requires a passport and visa. A trip may also be part of a round trip, which is a particular type of travel whereby a person moves from their usual residence to one or several locations and returns.

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« Reply #20 on: September 11, 2012, 12:12:11 PM »
Geringfügig Beschäftigte sind unfallversichert, aber – von einigen Ausnahmen abgesehen – versicherungsfrei in der gesetzlichen Renten- [1], Kranken-[2], Pflege-[3] und Arbeitslosenversicherung[4]. Die Arbeitgeber müssen geringfügige Beschäftigungsverhältnisse (wie andere Beschäftigungsverhältnisse) der Sozialversicherung melden. Für das Meldeverfahren ist die Minijob-Zentrale zuständig, die bei der Deutschen Rentenversicherung Knappschaft-Bahn-See angesiedelt ist. Daneben müssen Beschäftigte auch bei der Unfallversicherung gemeldet werden.

Für geringfügig Beschäftigte, die nicht auf die Versicherungsfreiheit verzichtet haben (s.u.), ergeben sich in der gesetzlichen Rentenversicherung geringe Anwartschaften und eine anteilige Anrechnung der Wartezeit[5] entsprechend dem vom Arbeitgeber zu zahlenden verringerten Rentenversicherungsbeitrag, allerdings keine vollen Leistungsansprüche, die Rehabilitationsleistungen sowie Schutz bei Erwerbsunfähigkeit einschließen würden.
Geringfügig entlohnte Beschäftigung
Definition

Eine geringfügig entlohnte Beschäftigung liegt nach § 8 Abs. 1 Nr. 1 SGB IV vor, wenn das Arbeitsentgelt aus dieser Beschäftigung regelmäßig im Monat 400 € nicht überschreitet. Die wöchentliche Arbeitszeit und die Anzahl der monatlichen Arbeitseinsätze sind dabei unerheblich.[6] Hat eine Person zwei oder mehrere geringfügig entlohnte Beschäftigungsverhältnisse und beträgt das Entgelt hieraus insgesamt mehr als 400 €, so ist keine dieser Beschäftigungen geringfügig.

Arbeitsentgelt sind alle laufenden oder einmaligen Einnahmen aus einer Beschäftigung, gleichgültig, ob ein Rechtsanspruch auf die Einnahmen besteht, unter welcher Bezeichnung oder in welcher Form sie geleistet werden und ob sie unmittelbar aus der Beschäftigung oder im Zusammenhang mit ihr erzielt werden. Entgeltbestandteile, die für Entgeltumwandlung nach dem Gesetz zur Verbesserung der betrieblichen Altersversorgung zugunsten einer betrieblichen Altersversorgung verwendet werden, sind nicht dem Arbeitsentgelt zuzurechnen, soweit sie 4 % Beitragsbemessungsgrenze der allgemeinen Rentenversicherung nicht übersteigen (§ 3 Nr. 63 EStG). Steuerfreie Aufwandsentschädigungen und die in § 3 Nr. 26 EStG genannten steuerfreien Einnahmen gelten nicht als Arbeitsentgelt.

Um das regelmäßige Arbeitsentgelt zu ermitteln, wird zum Zeitpunkt der Aufnahme der Beschäftigung in einer vorausschauenden Betrachtung das Arbeitsentgelt eines Zeitjahres unter Berücksichtigung von Einmalzahlungen wie Weihnachts- und Urlaubsgeld zugrunde gelegt, oder, wenn das Beschäftigungsverhältnis kürzer ist, dessen Dauer. Das monatliche Entgelt für diesen Zeitraum darf im Durchschnitt 400 € nicht überschreiten.[7] Bei ganzjähriger Beschäftigung sind dies maximal 4.800 € im Jahr. Die Verdienstgrenze ist erneut bei jeder Veränderung in den Verhältnissen, die von Dauer ist, zu prüfen. Überschreitet das regelmäßige Arbeitsentgelt bei erneuter Prüfung die 400-Euro-Grenze, so tritt vom Zeitpunkt des Überschreitens an Versicherungspflicht in der Sozialversicherung ein. Dies gilt auch immer dann, wenn die Verdienstgrenze durch Aufnahme eines weiteren 400 Euro-Jobs überschritten wird. Zeiten der Vergangenheit bleiben versicherungsfrei (§ 8 Abs. 2 SGB IV).

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« Reply #21 on: September 11, 2012, 12:14:42 PM »
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« Reply #22 on: September 11, 2012, 12:26:14 PM »
September 11, 2001 started out like an ordinary day for FDNY member Steven Salzano of Ladder Co. 132, located in the Crown Heights area of Brooklyn, New York.

Salzano was installing a hot water tank in his Staten Island, New York home on his day off when his wife broke the news to him that a passenger plane had crashed into the World Trade Center building after she saw it on the news.

Upon witnessing the carnage breaking out in downtown Manhattan on television, Salzano immediately phoned in to his firehouse who originally told him that they did not need his assistance, but once the second plane hit, he immediately packed his stuff and reported to work.

Eventually all off duty New York City fireman were summoned by the city to report to duty to assist in the rescue effort.

“When the first plane hit I told my wife everybody above is dead and not getting out," he said to The Christian Post. "With the amount of fire in that building, every firemen knew that it was going to be a major operation.”

When Salzano arrived at his firehouse, he and all the off duty fire fighters who reported there were dispatched to the World Trade Center on a city bus.
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Salzano was installing a hot water tank in his Staten Island, New York home on his day off when his wife broke the news to him that a passenger plane had crashed into the World Trade Center building after she saw it on the news.

Upon witnessing the carnage breaking out in downtown Manhattan on television, Salzano immediately phoned in to his firehouse who originally told him that they did not need his assistance, but once the second plane hit, he immediately packed his stuff and reported to work.

Eventually all off duty New York City fireman were summoned by the city to report to duty to assist in the rescue effort.

“When the first plane hit I told my wife everybody above is dead and not getting out," he said to The Christian Post. "With the amount of fire in that building, every firemen knew that it was going to be a major operation.”

When Salzano arrived at his firehouse, he and all the off duty fire fighters who reported there were dispatched to the World Trade Center on a city bus.
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« Reply #23 on: September 11, 2012, 12:48:24 PM »
Christmas lights are lights used for decoration around Christmas. it is very improtant light controller .The custom harks back to the use of candles to decorate the Christmas tree in upper-class homes in 18th-century Germany. Christmas trees displayed publicly and illuminated with electric lights became popular in the early 20th century. By the mid-20th century, it became customary to display strings of electric lights as Christmas decoration detached from the Christmas tree itself, along streets and buildings. In the United States, it became popular to outline private homes with such Christmas lights. by the late 20th century. so castom harks back to the uesd.
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« Reply #24 on: September 18, 2012, 01:06:23 PM »
uPlay Tablet,LLC released its old uPlay(TM) PhonePad in October,2011. It's the first 3-in-1 7″ tablet, GPS, and unlocked 3G Phone. With it you don’t have to carry a phone,a GPS navigator and a tablet any more! It’s very stylish, has very high built quality, and is quite robust. The old version was out of production half a month ago.We were so disappointing at that time. But a short time later uPlay Tablet came up with a new version that astonishes us and that got upgraded to Android 4.0.4(it used to be Android 2.3).

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« Reply #25 on: September 22, 2012, 01:00:30 PM »
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« Reply #27 on: September 23, 2012, 03:14:51 PM »
     
 
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Inward remittances have become an important component of the Bangladesh’s economy over the years. Bangladesh is among the top ten recipients of remittances in the world. Remittance as a percentage of GDP has increased from 6% in FY2004 to 11.4% in FY2010. Remittance inflow has been the backbone, providing support to the international reserves of the country. Historically, most of the remittance inflow comes from the Middle East and overall, the remittance from the Middle East constitutes about 66% of total remittancereceived by the country. ....leave your comments click here to read t

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« Reply #28 on: September 24, 2012, 02:47:03 PM »
Teak outdoor furniture is one of the most attractive, weather resistant, longest lasting types of outdoor furniture available on the market. On top of that, it's almost maintenance free and made from a renewable resource, making it not only a cost effective solution to your outdoor furniture needs, but also a purchase you can make with a clean conscience.
teak has always been a prized material.The tree that teak comes from, Tectona grandis, is native to the tropics. Since around the 7th century, it has been used to outfit and adorn the residences of the wealthy and powerful [source: AmegaWood].
One of the first things that will jump out at potential buyers is that furniture made from teak wood is consistently among the most expensive. Why? The reason is that teak is valuable both for its elegance and its durability. Beyond its beauty, it also possesses some natural properties that other woods don't have.
Outdoor teak furniture is a dream come true for you if you don't like spending a lot of time caring for furniture. It requires minimal care and still manages to look great indefinitely. Teak furniture, which is a warm golden brown initially, turns a silvery ash gray with time. To keep your outdoor teak furniture looking its best,You may have to polish it if you feel the need to restore it the original warm golden brown.Depending on how you want your furniture to look, it's perfectly acceptable to never touch your furniture except when you're kicking back in it on a beautiful, sunny day. As mentioned earlier, it won't rot, splinter or deteriorate in any way. The only side effect of no maintenance is that it will eventually turn a light shade of silvery gray, a look that many homeowners actually enjoy.
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preschool in cupertino
« Reply #29 on: September 24, 2012, 03:00:54 PM »
Cupertino Parks and Recreation offers a preschool program for 3-5 year old children. The Tiny Tots program (3-4 years) encourages social development through group activities and play. Class activities include music, arts and crafts, finger plays, stories, circle time, and special off-site excursions. The Super Tots program (4-5years) will expand on the child's development and provide enriching activities that will prepare the student for kindergarten. Activities will include music, arts, science, games, and creative play. Children will be enriched in language through finger plays, rhymes, songs, and poems. In addition, Phonological, Phonemic, and Print-Awareness activities are incorporated into lessons.

Registration
Participants enrolled in the previous session of preschool will have priority over the next session during that school year. Once classes are filled (ratio is 1:8), waiting lists for openings will be established. We encourage you to place your name on a waiting list, and we are happy to do so at no charge.

 


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