Policy, Research & Politics

Rihanna ne veut plus que Trump utilise sa musique lors de ses meetings

Rihanna a récemment annoncé sur Twitter qu’elle refusait que Trump utilise ses chansons lors de ses "meetings tragiques".

Les InRocks

In Full Panic Mode, YouTube Now Claims Article 13 Will Harm Creators’ Livelihood

According to YouTube and Susan Wojcicki, the European Union – not its own pitiful payouts – is to blame for creators’ low wages.

Digital Music News

Mobility of artists and culture professionals: towards a European policy framework

Mobility is a social and economic condition of artists and culture professionals and, at the same time, a vector of social and economic development.

EU Think Tank

The New Music Modernization Act Has a Major Fix

Older Recordings Will Belong to the Public, Orphan Recordings Will Be Heard Again.

Electronic Frontier Foundation

Music as a form of resistance in Palestine

Palestinians may have found a new way to challenge Israeli occupation: self-expression.

TRT World

A Visit with Joan Baez, and a Dire Threat to Voting

Joan Baez provided a soundtrack to the political upheaval in the sixties, and, half a century later, she hasn’t stopped trying to change the world with her music.

The New Yorker

Les hommes au trombone, les femmes à la harpe

Le site d’information en ligne Quartz.com s’est penché sur la question du genre au sein des grandes formations musicales. Une étude qui met en lumière la sous-représentation des femmes dans plusieurs rangs d’orchestre.

France Musique

Liberia: Protest song producer arrested and allegedly assaulted

Liberian musician Augustine Ford, aka A.Fo4doe, says he will sue police officers who allegedly assaulted him during his arrest on 22 September after he revealed he was the producer behind a hit protest song criticising the government over a missing shipping container said to contain 90 million euros worth of freshly minted Liberian banknotes.


Senate passes copyright bill to end 140-year protection for old songs

The bill managed to get the support of several groups that are normally at each others' throats: music publishers, record labels, songwriters, major technology companies, and digital rights groups.

Ars Technica

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