Footnote 10

Unlike the more traditional vehicles of creative expression such as writing, drama, or art, the new media of the twentieth century--records, films, broadcasts, computers--often require more equipment and a large and diversified creative team. Creation is no longer a craft but also an industry. This change not only involves new forms of economic organization, but reaches into the creative process itself. For example, in a sound recording the creative aspects include the choice of works, the contribution of musicians and performers, the work of sound mixers, and so on. Here the contribution of each team member is distinct but not separable from the final product; the outcome is greater than the sum of its parts. (A Charter of Rights for Creators, p. 13.)

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