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Secondary Ticketing: The Bane of Live Music

Secondary Ticketing: The Bane of Live Music

Music Business Worldwide (MBW), a fellow publication, estimates that Mumford & Sons, the acclaimed British alternative-rock band, lost a minimum of three million dollars to the hands of scalpers and secondary ticketing sites in 2016. The figure could be half of that and still give pause for...

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The Hint of Blockchain

The Hint of Blockchain

One of the biggest problems the music industry faces today is knowing which labels and publishers, performers, songwriters and producers own the rights to songs and recordings, and what their split of the royalties might be. Many believe that record keeping with Blockchain technology can help....

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The Tale of Apple’s 69¢ Songs

The Tale of Apple’s 69¢ Songs

iTunes has recently given independent artists and others the choice of selling...

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YouTube’s Safe Harbor

YouTube’s Safe Harbor

Music industry pressure is mounting on YouTube. In June, a diverse group of...

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Brexit and the Music Industry

Brexit and the Music Industry

On June 23rd 2016, the U.K. voted in favor of leaving the European Union. The...

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Consent and Songwriters’ Rights

Consent and Songwriters’ Rights

In June, the United States Department of Justice both denied a review of ASCAP...

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YouTube’s Value Gap

YouTube’s Value Gap

In the beginning of the XXth Century music consumption did not compare with...

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Berklee’s Open Music Initiative

Berklee’s Open Music Initiative

In early June Berklee announced the beginning of the Open Music Initiative...

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