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Long Live EDM

Long Live EDM

The electronic music industry has grown up. Attendances at Electronic Dance Music festivals in the United States exploded between 2007 and 2014, going from 145,000 people to 1.4 million. This has made EDM the poster child for the millennial music industry, for no other music genre or industry...

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Pandora’s Evolution

Pandora’s Evolution

Of late, the sustainability of streaming giant Pandora has become questionable. Losses are fivefold what they were a year ago, even though revenue has grown beyond a billion dollars.1 The service, as ever, depends upon its free ad supported streaming tier. Maximizing revenue, a strategy that...

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Small Radio and the CRB: Live365

Small Radio and the CRB: Live365

The Copyright Royalty Board ruled recently on the per stream rate that...

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The Spell of Virtual Reality

The Spell of Virtual Reality

The next frontier of a musical experience may well happen inside a specially...

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The Case For SoundCloud

The Case For SoundCloud

SoundCloud’s mission has been to offer a free-to-register music platform...

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Compromising Moral Rights

Compromising Moral Rights

Copyright law is based on property law. It evolved over time and recognized...

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Bowie’s Bonds: An Appreciation

Bowie’s Bonds: An Appreciation

David Bowie is a legend in more ways than one. In the 1970s his on stage alter...

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The Lesson of Blurred Lines

The Lesson of Blurred Lines

In November, Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams were ordered to pay $5.3...

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