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Before the era of streaming services, Internet radio, and digital downloads,...

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Record labels and publishers for decades served as the music industry’s...

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A Paul McCartney / Sony-ATV Brief

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On January 18, 2017, Paul McCartney filed a lawsuit in the United States...

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Music’s Quantitative Methods

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Today, recommendation engines designed to curate the perfect individual...

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Thinking about Brexit’s fallout on the music industry has never been more...

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

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