Music industry

It Sounds Like Spotify Is In Trouble

The combination a slowing premium growth rate and falling ARPU has driven Spotify’s YoY revenue growth rate down from 57% in 2017 to 33% TTM.


‘A flood of money into music IP is about to change the music industry forever’

For years, BMG CEO Masuch has seemingly avoided the hits business in favor of a repertoire strategy focused on established and proven artists and songwriters.

Music Business Worldwide

Will FinTech Save The Music Industry?

With artists losing out on revenue from concert and touring cancelations, streaming and music production have become an artist’s main asset. However, collaboration between artists and their teams has been an industry pain point due to confusion on royalty percentages and who should be included in the splits.


Kanye West pourrait remporter sa bataille contre l’industrie musicale et ses contrats

Kanye West veut reprendre la main sur ses masters. Voici trois raisons pour lesquelles cela n’est pas si tiré par les cheveux que ça.

Rolling Stones

RAC crea criptomoneda para eliminar intermediarios en la industria musical

Ganador de un Grammy por mejor mezcla, André Allen Anjos, mejor conocido como RAC, anunció recientemente el lanzamiento de su propia criptomoneda basada en Ethereum.


The Economic Impact of Public Radio's Music Activities

The music activities of public radio stations in Europe have a massive economic impact of EUR 3.1 billion. Those music activities support more than 17,000 jobs directly and more than 50,000 jobs in total, including suppliers and their procurement through the value chain.


Music piracy hasn’t gone away – it’s just changed shape

Spotify’s apparent ability to decimate the popularity of online piracy has long been held up as a key B2B benefit of the platform – as well as a repeated justification for the continuation of its free tier across the world. But has music piracy really disappeared in the Spotify age?

Music Business Worldwide

The anti-Spotify: How online music company Bandcamp became the toast of the COVID age

Like a skyrocketing number of independent artists, Swift went with Bandcamp. The platform, with its artist-first business model, has since its birth in 2008 become a player in the music streaming wars by celebrating niche communities while promising a radically transparent approach to royalties.

Los Angeles Times

Streaming musical : des miettes derrière le mirage

La faute, encore et toujours, à une répartition des recettes calculée selon un système de «pot commun», dont les artistes et ayants droit bénéficient à la mesure de leur part de marché sur les plateformes.


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