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WHAT RIGHTS ARE GRANTED TO COPYRIGHT HOLDERS?

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WHAT RIGHTS ARE GRANTED TO COPYRIGHT HOLDERS?

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Copyright holders have certain important economic rights. One right is to the right to reproduce the work in whatever form he or she sees fit to do so. Usually these are in printed form in a publication or in a sound recording or in a live performance. Another right is the right to have or not to have the creation performed in public. A third right is the right of broadcasting the work by radio, cable, or satellite. Fourthly is the right to translate the work into other languages. Fifth is the right of adaptation of the work such as adapting a novel into a movie. Finally a copyright holder has the right to have the work distributed at his or her choice by a sole distributor or a number of distributors. Holders of these rights can often sell these rights to entities or established mass distributors and marketers in exchange for an advance and a part of the profits realized as a result of the sale to the public by these establishments. This is common practice in the music industry.

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