Music industry

European Regulators Near Universal Music Group-EMI Deal Vote

LONDON - European regulators will vote next week on Universal Music Group’s $1.9 billion bid for EMI’s recorded music arm, which could set the stage for a final EU decision on the deal later in September, according to a report.

 The Hollywood Reporter

Banned exiled singers allegedly stricken from censorship list

The BBC reported on 8 August 2012 that several Cuban radio stations confirm they no longer face restrictions on playing music by exiles.

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France to award Paul McCartney Legion of Honour

French President Francois Hollande is scheduled to decorate former Beatle Paul McCartney with a Legion of Honour award, the president's office told Reuters on Monday.

In the ceremony scheduled for September 8, McCartney will be made an officer of the Legion of Honour, France's highest public distinction which has been awarded to the likes of actor Clint Eastwood and singer Liza Minnelli.

 

Source : Reuters

Performing Arts Market in Seoul

Korea Arts Management Service, with support from the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, Republic of Korea, presents the eighth edition of its Performing Arts Market in Seoul (PAMS) from 8 to 12 October 2012, at the National Theatre of Korea and various other venues in Seoul. Over a five-day period, PAMS will be offering an intensive program to more than 1,000 domestic and 150 international delegates, with its PAMS Choice Showcase, booth exhibition, LIP Pitch Session and Showcase, Central and Eastern Europe Focus Session and Showcase, networking meetings (Round Tables, Speed Dating, and PAMS Night), and much more.

 

Source : PAMS

 

Nigeria: We Do Not Have a Music Industry - Mahansa

In this interview with Solomon Nda-Isaiah and Blessing Ukemena, this Enugu state-born artiste insists that Nigerians are getting tired of listening to the same type of music, which is why he is bringing a new brand into the Nigerian music scene.

 

Source: Leadership


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