Paul McCartney signs co-publishing deal with ATV

Saturday, June 10, 1972

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Saturday June 10 It is announced that Paul and Linda, as composers and owners, are continuing their association with the ATV group with a seven-year agreement. All differences between them and Sir Lew Grade have been, according to an ATV spokesman, “amicably settled”. The agreement is in the form of a co-publishing deal.

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peace ‘Sir Lew Grads, of A a ‘iodated ‘Television. and former Beatle Paul McCartney and his wife Linda. announced today that ” all differences have been amicably settled.” Paul and Linda. as composers and copyvrright owners. will continue their association with the ATV group wMh a new seven year agreement. A spokesman for As a ociated Television said to-day that the McCartney contract was due to expire next . February. “Certain other Imes came in when Linda started writing, and the split copywright situation arose.” he went on. “By virtue of new arrangements. any differences have been settled, and there is now a joint contract beginning this April.

From Liverpool Echo – Thursday 01 June 1972
From New Musical Express, June 10, 1972

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