Music industry

Universal Music, la pépite de Vivendi

Vivendi va mettre en Bourse sa filiale numéro un mondial de l’industrie musicale.

La Croix

El impacto de la pandemia, el valor de la industria de la música electrónica cayó 54% en 2020

Sin embargo, esta no es una señal de una baja importante en el interés del público por los artistas, eventos y lanzamientos de música electrónica.

Warp

Can Streaming Pay? Musicians Are Pinning Fresh Hopes on Twitch.

The gaming platform is becoming increasingly attractive to artists, who can earn money by cultivating fan tribes that express their loyalty through patronage.

The New York Times

Why Are Investment Funds Obsessed with Old Songs?

Octogenarian musicians have never made so much money as now—but why?

Ted Gioia

Rolling Stones, Tom Jones and more join campaign for law change on streaming

Musicians join Paul McCartney, Kate Bush and others in campaign for better remuneration from companies such as Spotify, and creation of industry regulator.

The Guardian

Songtradr fait l'acquisition de l'agence mondiale de musique créative MassiveMusic

Cet accord réunit des technologies de licence musicale de pointe et la création de musique et de stratégies musicales sur mesure pour les marques et les agences

Le Lézard

Now That You’ve Bought a Multi-Million-Dollar Music Catalog, What Are You Going to Do With It?

In recent years, as streaming has rapidly become the format of choice for much of the world — and the primary revenue source for recorded music — the value of copyrights has soared.

Variety

What can the music industry learn from sports and other sectors?

Creative and effective digital marketing isn’t just a priority within the music business: it’s a discipline that’s playing an important role across most industries now.

MusicAlly

NFTs Shift Power to Artists as the Music Business Evolves

The $1 million musician/producer RAC has made so far is nice, but the bigger mission is to “rebuild the music industry.”

Bloomberg


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