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Classical Music Incorporated

Meet Kyohei Sorita, pianist, aspiring conductor and chief executive officer of Japan’s first orchestra operating as a stock-issuing company.

Bloomberg

YouTube celebrates Africa Month, reaffirms commitments to creators and the music industry in Africa

Content creators in Africa will receive support from YouTube through virtual and in-person training and workshops to help them grow their channels and improve their skills.

Pulse

Pink Floyd considering sale of recorded music catalog for hundreds of millions of dollars

That’s according to Bloomberg, which cites sources suggesting the band’s representatives recently reached out to potential acquirers in the music business.

Music Business Worldwide

Nearly 80% of artists on Spotify have fewer than 50 monthly listeners

There is an ocean of music on Spotify that is a very long way from being popular.

Music Business Worldwide

Le métavers est-il avenir de l’industrie musicale ?

Depuis plusieurs mois, les initiatives se multiplient dans le monde virtuel peuplé d’avatars 3D qu’est le métavers. Cela n’a pas échappé à Spotify.

RTBF

Las 5 plataformas que están revolucionando la industria de la música con blockchain y NFT

Plataformas como Audius, Sound y OneOf, entre otras, utilizan el potencial de blockchain para dar un trato más justo y equilibrado a los artistas y recompensarlos de mejor forma por su trabajo.

Observatorio Blockchain

Don Jazzy on the Future of Afrobeats and How Africa’s Music Business is Evolving

Nigeria's most celebrated producer speaks about the future of the genre he helped popularize.

Billboard

Local artists find window into global music scene through online platforms

During the pandemic, the music industry in the Kingdom and the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region has witnessed the rise of a new generation of independent artists, as online streaming and social media platforms have introduced local musicians to a global audience.

Jordan Times

Roger Daltrey says the music industry has been “stolen” from artists

“That is ridiculous, and they’re being robbed blind by streaming and the record companies, because the old deals with record companies that existed in the Seventies, Eighties and Nineties, they’re still working on the same percentage breaks.

NME


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