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Twitter #Music

Twitter #Music

  Since being founded in March 2006, no social media outlet has done more to connect artists and fans than Twitter. The 140-character tweets have pushed musical artists to the front of the direct-to-fan revolution. In fact, out of the top ten personalities on Twitter, seven of them are...

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Music in Hong Kong

Music in Hong Kong

Hong Kong has earned itself the title of being ‘Asia’s World City’. It has an abundance of international corporations embedded in a diverse and global market. It mirrors the West in thinking, and, as China’s gatekeeper, it harbors multi-billion dollar corporations, alongside the creative...

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The Peddling of Recording Rights

The Peddling of Recording Rights

Recent negotiations between Clear Channel Communications and Warner Music...

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Money, Music, and Molly

Money, Music, and Molly

The business of electronic dance music is undoubtedly booming. Worth globally...

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Artists and Publishers in a Bind

Artists and Publishers in a Bind

In a recent court case between ASCAP, the oldest PRO in the United States, and...

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When Good Girls Go Bad

When Good Girls Go Bad

The MTV VMA 2013 held on August 25 at the Barclays Center saw many memorable...

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The Cost of Free

The Cost of Free

When it comes to recorded music, today’s consumers enjoy a free ride and...

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Ticketmaster and the Business of Scalping

Ticketmaster and the Business of Scalping

Secondary ticketing, a practice many prefer to call ticket scalping, is hardly...

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