Music industry

Le streaming fait désormais jeu égal avec les ventes physiques

En 2017, les revenus issus du numérique faisaient quasiment jeu égal avec ceux issus des ventes physiques.

La Tribune

Music industry welcomes copyright directive vote in the European Parliament

The music industry has unsurprisingly welcomed the passing yesterday by the JURI Committee of the European Parliament of article thirteen of the draft European Copyright Directive, which would reform the copyright safe harbour and increase the liabilities of user-upload platforms like YouTube.

Complete Music Update

How Online Video Is Becoming Like The Music Business For Its Creators

Indeed, though streaming services such as Spotify and Apple Music have revived recorded-music revenue to the levels of a decade ago, few musicians are getting rich from their online streams.

Forbes

Tout rout: stars come out to close down ticket resellers

Acts such as Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran are trying to ensure fans pay only face value to see them.

The Guardian

Can Napster really compete in the streaming music space?

Wherever the subscription business goes in the next decade, Napster wants a seat at the table.

Music Business Worldwide

L’industrie du disque rêve d’Afrique

De la Côte-d’Ivoire au Nigeria, du Congo à l’Afrique du Sud, le continent subsaharien s’affirme comme le nouvel eldorado du marché musical et attise les convoitises des majors, qui aimeraient vendre leurs artistes à cette population jeune convertie aux technologies mobiles.

Libération

4 Myths Musicians Believe About Music Industry Success

Owing to a pervasive misconception of what music industry success is, and how it's achieved, several prominent myths have emerged which many musicians take to heart that simply aren't true.

HypeBot

Songwriters got screwed by the Spotify equity bonanza

Over the past ten years, the three major music publishers – Universal Music Publishing, Warner/Chappell and Sony/ATV – did not receive any equity in Spotify as part of their numerous licensing agreements.

Music Business Worldwide

Yes, the Canadian music industry wants a fee on every smartphone sold in this country

The demand, which now forms part of the platform of demands from the Canadian music industry, is based on a $40 million annual handout.

A Journal of Musical Things


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