Music industry

The Post-Covid Concert Hall Catastrophe

When we return to the stage to present opera, dance, theatre, or symphonic works in our 2,000+ seat halls, will our subscribers be there with tickets in hand? It is an interesting question. But it is the wrong one.

The Middle Class Artist

Facebook Announces Artists & Businesses Will Be Able To Charge For Live Streams

Facebook is now set to provide a new way for performers to earn money on the platform. The social networking service is adding more features for Facebook Live real-time videos, including a way to charge for access to content.

All Hip Hop

Coronavirus Might Kill The Music Industry. Maybe It Needed To Die

Venues, festivals and musicians face a precarious future, but could Covid-19 be a catalyst for reform in an industry that seriously undervalues its artists?


Début mai, les artistes ont gagné 7,1 millions de dollars sur Bandcamp

L’initiative de Bandcamp a porté ses fruits : les ventes du 1er mai ont engendré de beaux revenus pour les artistes, en pleine période de crise sanitaire.

Rolling Stones

LEGO And Universal Music Group Announce Exclusive Global Partnership

According to a news release, the products will enable immersive, interactive play and safe social experiences that support children’s creative development. The release said that more details will be shared later this year.


Top Music Biz Managers Share Tips For Weathering The Pandemic

cut expenses, recheck your royalty statements and make new music say these financial advisers.


A Music Industry Post 2020 Depression Recovery Plan

After the obvious “When will this end?” pondering what comes next is the question haunting every member of the music industry. This essay digs into the data to find some answers.


What the music industry must do to protect our own ‘at-risk’ population

We’ve heard a lot about how COVID-19 is especially dangerous for “at risk” populations like the elderly and those with compromised immune systems. The subsequent economic fallout for the music industry with stalled tours and delayed frontline releases reveals our own “at risk” population—artists.

Music Business Worldwide

Quand l'industrie des musiques d'Afrique se réinvente

Concerts en appartement, festivals digitaux, playlists interactives. Depuis le confinement, l'expérience musicale redéfinit ses codes sur le continent.

Le Point

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