Social media, not streaming, is the music industry’s future
Music - Online - Streaming

Music-streaming subscriptions contribute $8.5 billion a year to the record business — but the biggest future growth may lie in social media, gaming, livestreaming, and fitness. For the full story, ...

Rolling Stone
December 23, 2020

David Crosby forced to sell his song catalog
Music - Streaming

Crosby’s claim that “streaming stole my record money”, however, requires no such presumption: the artist has been a long-time critic of the money paid out by the likes of Spotify to himself and ...

Music Business Worldwide
December 9, 2020

Stu Bergen announces exit from Warner Music Group after 14 yea...
Music

Stu Bergen, the executive who has overseen Warner Music Group’s international success in the streaming age, has announced his departure from WMG after 14 years with the company. For the full stor...

Music Business Worldwide
November 9, 2020

Triller Partners With Tech Firm Influential to Measure Influen...
Music - Online - Streaming

As it lures music industry influencers like Charli D'Amelio and Addison Rae from rival TikTok, the music video app Triller hopes to change that. While the influencer marketing business has exploded in...

Billboard
October 30, 2020

Warner Music Raises $250 Million for Catalog Acquisitions
Music

While Warner has invested in assets ranging from the tech company IMGN and others, the objective of the new offering is repertoire, particularly catalogs. For the full story, visit Variety  -  ht...

Variety
October 19, 2020

Amazon signs new deals with Universal Music and Warner Music
Music - Online - Tech

Amazon has inked fresh partnerships with Universal Music Group and Warner Music Group to remaster thousands of songs and albums to Ultra HD streaming audio quality – and make them exclusively availa...

MusicBusinessWorldwide
October 2, 2020

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