Music industry

Music industry losing revenue thanks to short video apps

The music industry in India is losing about Rs200 crore in revenues annually as short-video apps bypass payments and access libraries of music labels illegally.

Mind

Classic bands accused of crowding out new music on streaming services

Up-and-coming pop stars are facing "massive competition" from classic bands like Queen and the Beatles due to streaming, MPs have been told.

BBC

Spotify a enfin été lancé en Corée du Sud

Il s’agit du dernier ajout aux près de 100 pays desservis par Spotify dans le monde, avec plus de 320 millions d’auditeurs dans le monde.

Japan FM

La música ya es un activo de inversión

El streaming permite a la industria musical cerrar el 2020 en positivo. Las canciones proporcionan ingresos estables y cotizan al alza.

La Vanguardia

This is a new NAMM show, not a replacement

Like all trade shows and gatherings, NAMM was faced with a choice during the COVID-hit summer months of 2020 – postpone indefinitely until in-person events are safe to go ahead as planned or reinvent as a digital proposition.

Audio Media International

Germany generated 139bn music streams during COVID-hit 2020

In the six months to end of June 2020, audio streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music generated approximately €514.9m ($562m) in Germany, which German Music Industry Association BVMI reported was up 20.7% year-on-year.

Music Business Worldwide

Singapore plays a role as the backbone of the music industry in Southeast Asia

The biggest players in the music scene have traditionally been Europe and the US, along with sub-markets like Hong Kong, Taiwan, and China.Meanwhile, most Southeast Asian countries, being former Western colonies, tend to take influence from the West rather than developing a unique style.

KrAsia

La musique rapporte plus d'argent à l'Europe que le vin et la bière

Le secteur de la musique rapporterait autour de 80 milliards d'euros par an à l'Union européenne.

Konbini

El hombre que ha “comprado” a Shakira

La empresa que ha comprado los derechos de Shakira, entre otros, cotiza en la bolsa de Londres y es cruce entre un fondo de inversión y una firma de gestión de talentos.

La Vanguardia


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