Music industry

The CD Business Isn’t Dying—It’s Just Evolving

As streaming takes over the music business, there are signs that the CD is still going strong–just not at Best Buy or Target.

Fast Company

Sénégal: Industrie musicale - Les acteurs pour une régulation du secteur

Pour marquer ses deux années d'existence, MusikBi, premier site africain de téléchargement légal de musique en Afrique francophone, a réuni, des acteurs de l'industrie musicale au Sénégal pour discuter sur les maux qui gangrènent le secteur.

Le Soleil

5 Major Music Industry moves set to rock 2018

Streaming at least appears to be, at last, starting to turn real profits for all concerned. Vinyl is back, in a relatively small but strong way.

Midem Blog

Gibson: Iconic guitar brand reportedly on the brink of bankruptcy

Company is particularly known for making instruments for artists like BB King, Slash, Santana and Bob Marley.

The Independent

Opportunity in the Global Music Industry Brings New Challenges as Services Find One Size Doesn't Fit All

Even with the turnaround news of the last few years, there could be more good news ahead for the music industry.


How 30-Year-Old Rihanna Changed The Music Industry

Yes, RiRi is often given props for her status as a cultural influencer. What sometimes gets lost in the conversation surrounding her, however, is the singer's historic impact on the world of pop music.

Refinery 29

Sony is technically the biggest music company in the world

When asked who the biggest music rights company in the world is today, most people’s minds would immediately leap to Universal – and for good reason.

Music Business Worldwide

Musique : quelle major a dominé 2017 ?

Toujours tirées par le streaming, les trois grandes maisons de disques ont présenté des résultats financiers positifs.

Les Echos

Music industry urges new EU presidency to support safe harbour reform

The music industry – and other copyright owning sectors – all reckon that user-upload websites like (and principally) YouTube are exploiting the so-called safe harbour in EU law in order to operate a streaming service that pays much lower royalties to rights owners.


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