Music industry

La música latina rompe todos los récords de escuchas en Spotify

Bad Bunny es el artista más escuchado en el mundo en la popular plataforma.

El País

Music Industry Faces Untapped Payout Opportunity On YouTube

YouTube has piloted the success of major music acts including Ed Sheeran, Justin Bieber and The Weeknd. Still, musicians, labels and other rights holders continue to air grievances over the platform’s low return on ad-supported streams.

Forbes

Nearly half of South Africa’s live music workers may quit the industry for good

For people working in South Africa’s live music sector, 2020 has been “devastating”. That was the term that researchers read most frequently in responses to the country’s largest-ever live music and COVID-19 survey, published in November.

The Conversation

Arab music industry new target for global streaming giants

Online platforms looking to invest in emerging markets in the Middle East and North Africa to bring the outmoded business into digital era.

Al Jazeera

Bob Dylan Sells His Songwriting Catalog in Blockbuster Deal

Universal Music purchased his entire songwriting catalog of more than 600 songs in what may be the biggest acquisition ever of a single act’s publishing rights.

The New York Times

Le futur de la musique est dans les réseaux sociaux, pas dans le streaming

Les abonnements aux sites de streaming contribuent à hauteur de 8,5 milliards de dollars par an à l’industrie du disque – mais elle pourrait connaître sa plus forte croissance grâce aux réseaux sociaux, aux jeux et au fitness.

Rolling Stones

Cómo triunfar en la industria de la música: dos profesionales lo analizan

Si quieres aprender cómo triunfar en la industria de la música, una forma es hablar con personas que ya lo han logrado.

Ezanime

Snapchat pledges to pay $1m to creators every day until end of 2020

Snapchat has launched a new feature called Spotlight “to shine a light on the most entertaining Snaps created by the Snapchat community”.

Music Business Worldwide

Can Japan’s vibrant record culture survive the COVID-19 pandemic?

Japan’s love affair with vinyl is a long one, and many of the country’s stores have been around for decades.

The Japan Times


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