Dr Richard Osborne


Dr Richard Osborne
NameDr Richard Osborne
Job titleAssociate Professor in Music and Creative Industries
Research institute
Primary appointmentSchool of Arts
Email addressR.Osborne@mdx.ac.uk
ORCIDhttps://orcid.org/0000-0003-4111-8980
Contact categoryResearcher

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Songwriters vs. the recording industry: the use and abuse of statistics in UK streaming debates

Osborne, R. 2023. Songwriters vs. the recording industry: the use and abuse of statistics in UK streaming debates. Popular Music. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0261143023000508

UK music before and after Covid-19

Osborne, R. 2023. UK music before and after Covid-19. International Journal of Cultural Policy. https://doi.org/10.1080/10286632.2023.2214151

Rights reversion and contract adjustment

Osborne, R. and Sun, H. 2023. Rights reversion and contract adjustment. Intellectual Property Office.

Owning the masters: a history of sound recording copyright

Osborne, R. 2022. Owning the masters: a history of sound recording copyright. New York, London and Dublin Bloomsbury Academic.

Music creators' earnings in the digital era

Osborne, R., Hesmondhalgh, D., Sun, H. and Barr, K. 2021. Music creators' earnings in the digital era. Intellectual Property Office.

Copyright, royalties and industrial decline

Osborne, R. 2021. Copyright, royalties and industrial decline. in: Harrison, A. and Rigg, T. (ed.) The Present and Future of Music Law Bloomsbury Academic. pp. 27-45

Introduction

Osborne, R. 2021. Introduction. in: Osborne, R. and Laing, D. (ed.) Music by numbers: the use and abuse of statistics in the music industries Bristol, UK Intellect. pp. 1-17

Music by numbers: the uses and abuses of statistics in the music industries

Osborne, R. and Laing, D. (ed.) 2021. Music by numbers: the uses and abuses of statistics in the music industries. Bristol, UK Intellect.

Live music vs. recorded music

Osborne, R. 2021. Live music vs. recorded music. in: Osborne, R. and Laing, D. (ed.) Music by numbers: the use and abuse of statistics in the music industries Bristol Intellect. pp. 127-147

'I am a one in ten': success ratios in the recording industry

Osborne, R. 2021. 'I am a one in ten': success ratios in the recording industry. in: Osborne, R. and Laing, D. (ed.) Music by Numbers: The Use and Abuse of Statistics in the Music Industries Bristol, UK Intellect. pp. 56-71

The gold disc: one million pop fans can’t be wrong

Osborne, R. 2021. The gold disc: one million pop fans can’t be wrong. in: Osborne, R. and Laing, D. (ed.) Music by numbers: the use and abuse of statistics in the music industries Bristol, UK Intellect. pp. 39-55

At the sign of the swingin’ symbol: the manipulation of the UK Singles Chart

Osborne, R. 2021. At the sign of the swingin’ symbol: the manipulation of the UK Singles Chart. in: Osborne, R. and Laing, D. (ed.) Music by numbers: the use and abuse of statistics in the music industries Bristol, UK Intellect. pp. 20-28

Moby, Minstrelsy and Melville

Osborne, R. 2018. Moby, Minstrelsy and Melville. in: Beaven, Z., O'Dair, M. and Osborne, R. (ed.) Mute Records: Artists, business, history New York and London Bloomsbury Academic. pp. 169-182

Introduction: Mute Records

Osborne, R. and Beaven, Z. 2018. Introduction: Mute Records. in: Beaven, Z., O'Dair, M. and Osborne, R. (ed.) Mute Records: Artists, business, history New York and London Bloomsbury Academic. pp. 1-14

Mute records: artists, business, history

Beaven, Z., O'Dair, M. and Osborne, R. (ed.) 2018. Mute records: artists, business, history. New York and London Bloomsbury Academic.

Vinyl, Vinyl everywhere: The analog record in the digital world

Osborne, R. 2018. Vinyl, Vinyl everywhere: The analog record in the digital world. in: Wolf, M. (ed.) The Routledge Companion to Media Technology and Obsolescence Routledge. pp. 200-214

Six types of silence

Osborne, R. 2018. Six types of silence. in: Bennett, S. and Bates, E. (ed.) Critical Approaches to the Production of Music and Sound New York Bloomsbury Academic. pp. 211-228

Success ratios, new music and sound recording copyright

Osborne, R. 2017. Success ratios, new music and sound recording copyright. Popular Music. 36 (3), pp. 393-409. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0261143017000319

Is equitable remuneration equitable? Performers' rights in the UK

Osborne, R. 2017. Is equitable remuneration equitable? Performers' rights in the UK. Popular Music and Society. 40 (5), pp. 573-591. https://doi.org/10.1080/03007766.2017.1348660

'That's me in the spotlight': audiences and musicians on screen

Osborne, R. 2016. 'That's me in the spotlight': audiences and musicians on screen. in: Tsioulakis, I. and Hytönen-Ng, E. (ed.) Musicians and their Audiences: Performance, Speech and Mediation Abingdon Routledge. pp. 134-150

Music on the blockchain

O'Dair, M., Beaven, Z., Neilson, D., Osborne, R. and Pacifico, P. 2016. Music on the blockchain. Middlesex University.

A great friggin' swindle? Sex Pistols, school kids and 1979

Osborne, R. 2015. A great friggin' swindle? Sex Pistols, school kids and 1979. Popular Music and Society. 38 (4), pp. 432-449. https://doi.org/10.1080/03007766.2015.1034496

Audio books: the literary origins of grooves, labels and sleeves

Osborne, R. 2014. Audio books: the literary origins of grooves, labels and sleeves. in: Carroll, R. and Hansen, A. (ed.) LitPop: Writing and Popular Music Farnham Ashgate. pp. 201-215

The gold disc: one million pop fans can't be wrong?

Osborne, R. 2014. The gold disc: one million pop fans can't be wrong? in: Sarafian, V. and Findlay, R. (ed.) L’état de l’industrie musicale = The state of the music industry Toulouse Presses de l'Université Toulouse 1 Capitole.

Colonial film: moving images of the British Empire

Osborne, R. 2011. Colonial film: moving images of the British Empire. [Author].

Vinyl: a history of the analogue record

Osborne, R. 2012. Vinyl: a history of the analogue record. Farnham Ashgate.

India on film, 1939-1947

Osborne, R. 2011. India on film, 1939-1947. in: Grieveson, L. and MacCabe, C. (ed.) Film and the end of empire London Palgrave Macmillan. pp. 118-149

I curse your preoccupation with your record collection: The Fall on vinyl 1978-83

Osborne, R. 2010. I curse your preoccupation with your record collection: The Fall on vinyl 1978-83. in: Goddard, M. and Halligan, B. (ed.) Mark E. Smith and The Fall: art, music and politics Farnham, UK Ashgate. pp. 67-75
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