Can you retain the rights to your audio interviews? There isn’t a motive you would need to hand over the publication rights to your audio. I imply why would you? There could also be a case the place in case you received an interview with somebody that they stated you can’t have the rights to do something with the interview, however why would they be supplying you with the interview if they didn’t need promotion. It might be understood that after you have the interview you’ll use that as a device to get them publicity.
So you’ll need to be accountable for the distribution of your interview to get them extra enterprise or extra notoriety or higher distribution. In order that a part of it in case you wanted the rights to that interview and also you needed to make use of it to advertise them or use it to promote a product it’s a must to perhaps get that as an understanding up entrance. However I don’t suppose there may be actually any motive somebody ought to withhold the publication rights. I assume all of it relies upon. I've by no means had an issue with it prior to now.
So for any man who says they aren’t going to provide the publication rights there are most likely 20 different specialists in that area who could be prepared to, simply transfer on to another person. There are many folks to interview, loads of specialists. That's my reply on that; if they aren’t prepared to provide the rights then you need to discover another person who’s.