Singer Jace Chan performs during her first mini solo concert at the Kowloon Bay International Trade and Exhibition Centre in August. Hong Kong’s music industry has been hard hit by the pandemic, with many live events having to be cancelled. Photo: Universal Music Hong Kong
Singer Jace Chan performs during her first mini solo concert at the Kowloon Bay International Trade and Exhibition Centre in August. Hong Kong’s music industry has been hard hit by the pandemic, with many live events having to be cancelled. Photo: Universal Music Hong Kong
Hong Kong

Letters | Hong Kong’s music industry would benefit from extension of copyright on sound recordings

  • Extending the term of protection of sound recordings to at least 70 years will bring Hong Kong in line with the new global standard
  • It will also boost the local music industry, which has seen declining sales of physical albums in recent years and live events cancelled during the pandemic

Topic |   Hong Kong
Singer Jace Chan performs during her first mini solo concert at the Kowloon Bay International Trade and Exhibition Centre in August. Hong Kong’s music industry has been hard hit by the pandemic, with many live events having to be cancelled. Photo: Universal Music Hong Kong
Singer Jace Chan performs during her first mini solo concert at the Kowloon Bay International Trade and Exhibition Centre in August. Hong Kong’s music industry has been hard hit by the pandemic, with many live events having to be cancelled. Photo: Universal Music Hong Kong
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