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Exclusivity and Its Limits

Exclusivity and Its Limits

Major labels are pushing for the end of exclusive deals with streaming...

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Sponsorship Lift Off

Sponsorship Lift Off

Not too long ago, recorded music sales were a dependable source of income for...

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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...

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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...

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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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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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Back and Forth in China

Back and Forth in China

China, the second largest economy in the world, should be a beacon for the...

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Keeping Track of Music Festivals

Keeping Track of Music Festivals

Summertime is the time of year to unwind under a 95-degree sun. For music fans...

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The Drama of Artist Payments

The Drama of Artist Payments

In recent times, artists/songwriters, who once made their living recording and...

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Gross Margin Blues

Gross Margin Blues

There has been a lot of excitement around streaming lately. At the end of last...

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Christian Music

Christian Music

Modern Christian music, i.e. contemporary Christian, Gospel, Worship, and...

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The Fall of American Idol

The Fall of American Idol

Last year American Idol experienced its lowest viewership since the show...

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