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Q: How do I get employment/internship information?

A: For employment opportunities with Legacy Recordings or Sony Music Entertainment, please visit www.sonymusic.com and follow the link for "Careers." A limited number of internships are also available for the fall and spring semesters for college credit only. Paid internships for high school and college students are available in the summer. For internships, also visit www.sonymusic.com and follow the link for "Careers."

Q: How do I submit demos, music or lyrics to sonymusic?

A: Unfortunately, Sony labels do not currently accept unsolicited demos from the public. We currently only accept material from legal or business representatives known to us; we are not permitted to review any songs or accept any packages that are submitted otherwise. It is not our intention to hinder or frustrate the creative process. However, there are legal reasons for strict adherence to this policy on our part, which cannot be altered. However, please change check back from time to time, as this policy may change at any point without notice.

Q: How can I acquire high-quality reproductions of photos of my favorite artists from the Sony archives?

A: Legacy and Sony are making prints available via ICON Collectibles (www.icon-collectibles.com) of legendary artists from our catalog. If you run a fan site, you can also sign up for our affiliate program to make a percentage of every sale! More information at http://www.icon-collectibles.com/info/Affiliate_Program

Q: How do I obtain the necessary rights to use an audio recording?

A: If you are interested in using the actual sound recording from a Sony Music Entertainment release, a good place to start is by contacting our licensing division. For commercial inquiries, please email licensingny@sonymusic.com. For all other licensing inquiries, please email licensingla@sonymusic.com. If you are interested in using a musical composition that is published or administered by our sister music publishing company, Sony/ATV Music Publishing, you should visit the Sony/ATV web site at www.sonyatv.com where you will find a useful song search tool.

Q: How can I sign up to receive newsletters and updates?

A: Legacyrecordings.com artist pages contain a form to submit your e-mail address. Fill in the appropriate information and press the submit button. Additionally, many pages are RSS-enabled, so you can click on the orange RSS icon to subscribe in your RSS reader of choice and get direct updates.

Q: How do I contact, respond to or connect with an artist?

A: Unfortunately we cannot provide direct contact information for any of our artists. We suggest you join the artist's official fan club, if any. You may also try to contact artist's management, which are typically listed on an official website.

Q: How does Legacy use my user information?

A: As a part of the Sony Music Entertainment family, www.legacyrecordings.com is an advocate of online privacy. We pride ourselves in making sure that your personal information remains private. Please feel free to review our privacy policy at www.sonymusic.com/privacypolicy.html.

Q: Why don't I see my favorite artist represented on the site?

A: Certain artists may not be on the Legacy Recordings site, for a variety of reasons. For example, only artists that are or were at one time signed to a Sony Music Entertainment affiliated label are featured on LegacyRecordings.com. You may want check to make sure that the artist you're looking for is or was a Sony recording artist. Also, there may be a chance that the artist you're looking for is no longer associated with Sony, even though there may have been a prior relationship.

Q: How can I purchase a release that is no longer in print?

A: We currently offer all our entire in-print catalog through www.legacyrecordings.com. This mirrors what is currently available at your favorite local retailer, or through online stores such as amazon.com or iTunes. Occasionally, some titles may be removed from production, and are therefore out of print. We will, from time to time, make these products available on our website. Alternately, we suggest you try a service such as half.com or ebay.com to acquire the title you’re looking for.

Q: How do I obtain corporate info?

A: Legacy Recordings-specific information may be obtained at www.legacyrecordings.com/about. For information about Sony Music Entertainment please visit www.sonymusic.com.

Q: How do I contact, respond to or connect with an artist?

A: Unfortunately we cannot provide direct contact information for any of our artists. We suggest you join the artist's official fan club, if any. You may also try to contact artist's management, which are typically listed on an official website.

Q: Why don't I see my favorite artist represented on the site?

A: Certain artists may not be on the Legacy Recordings site, for a variety of reasons. For example, only artists that are or were at one time signed to a Sony Music Entertainment affiliated label are featured on LegacyRecordings.com. You may want check to make sure that the artist you're looking for is or was a Sony recording artist. Also, there may be a chance that the artist you're looking for is no longer associated with Sony, even though there may have been a prior relationship.

Q: How can I purchase a release that is no longer in print?

A: We currently offer all our entire in-print catalog through www.legacyrecordings.com. This mirrors what is currently available at your favorite local retailer, or through online stores such as amazon.com or iTunes. Occasionally, some titles may be removed from production, and are therefore out of print. We will, from time to time, make these products available on our website. Alternately, we suggest you try a service such as half.com or ebay.com to acquire the title you’re looking for.