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Music and Equity Crowdfunding

Music and Equity Crowdfunding

Over the last fifteen years, since the advent of the worldwide web, there has been a revolution in the world of finance. More money is being raised online today than ever before from crowds of like-minded investors, consumers, and communities of fans, especially in the creative arts. The...

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The Poverty of Artist Royalties

The Poverty of Artist Royalties

With both dismal CD sales and the advent of 360 deals, many observers and artists consider money generated from the sale of recordings as ancillary revenue. This seems to be right. After all, the number one album of the year no longer sells close to ten million units as it did at the turn of the...

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Modernizing the Hot 100

Modernizing the Hot 100

In February of 2013, Billboard and Nielsen made another modification to the...

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Record Labels and the JOBS Act

Record Labels and the JOBS Act

The largest providers of capital in the music business, the major record...

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Harnessing the “Harlem Shake”

Harnessing the “Harlem Shake”

Baauer’s “Harlem Shake” was the first single by an unknown artist to...

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Lessons from Karmin

Lessons from Karmin

Karmin, formed in November 2009, is the platinum-selling pop/hip hop duo of...

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Working Conditions in Cruise Ships

Working Conditions in Cruise Ships

The International Labour Organization’s (“ILO”) Maritime Labour...

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An Update on Reversion Rights

An Update on Reversion Rights

What do Tom Petty, Bryan Adams, Tom Waits, Kris Kristofferson, and Bob Dylan...

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