REGULATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION

NSW Live Music Policy 1992–2008

Authors

  • David Panichi

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.1558/prbt.v9i1.28677

Keywords:

music industry, regulation, infrastructure, performance

Abstract

This article is an investigation into the abolition of the PoPE licence in NSW, an investigation which necessarily calls on previous work by Bruce Johnson, Shane Homan and other key figures in the Australian music studies landscape. It also follows on from a growing body of work (including Cloonan’s article in the last issue that is considering the considerable role played by legislation and regulation in the contemporary music industry. Despite this, Panichi points out that in general popular music scholarship has not spent enough time in this area and the intersecting ideas of agency, infrastructure, performance and consumption that emerge in this study reinforce this message.

References

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Published

2015-10-03

How to Cite

Panichi, D. (2015). REGULATION WITHOUT REPRESENTATION: NSW Live Music Policy 1992–2008. Perfect Beat, 9(1), 5–21. https://doi.org/10.1558/prbt.v9i1.28677

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