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Sponsorship Lift Off

Sponsorship Lift Off

Not too long ago, recorded music sales were a dependable source of income for labels and their artists. Earnings from live music shows added substantially to physical sale of product, so in the recording and live music businesses, a livelihood in music was less tied to sponsorships than it is...

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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...

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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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