Music industry

Por qué Taylor Swift está regrabando sus primeros 6 álbumes

Y es que en 2019, su disquera vendió los derechos de las canciones de sus primeros 6 álbumes por U$300 millones a Scooter Braun, un magnate de la industria de la música que ha representado a otras estrellas pop de talla internacional como Ariana Grande y Justin Bieber.


Stairway to Riches: 10% of Led Zeppelin’s Catalog, Trademarks, and Business Assets Are Officially on the Market

The daughter of longtime Led Zeppelin manager Peter Grant has revealed plans to sell a 10 percent interest in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame group’s body of work, reportedly including catalog rights, trademarks, and more.

Digital Music News

Tiktok launches premium-only ‘Tiktok music’ streaming service

TikTok Music has launched as a premium-only music subscription service in Indonesia and Brazil, and it is licensed by, and includes the catalogs of all three major record companies: Universal Music Group, Warner Music Group and Sony Music.

Music Business Worldwide

Harnessing Customer Purchase Data: A Transformative Step for the Music Industry

In an age where technology and data rule, the music industry must learn to dance to this new tune.

Rolling Stones

2,7 milliards de dollars sont investis par l’industrie musicale dans le marketing

Your Music Marketing publie son premier rapport consacré à l'étude des dépenses en marketing digital dans la musique en France, avec pour objectif d'analyser l'importance et l'évolution des budgets marketing pour la promotion des projets musicaux.


Grammys abren categoría para música africana

La Academia Nacional de Artes y Ciencias de Grabación aseguró que la creación de una categoría exclusiva permitirá que tenga mayor alcance la música africana.

Aristegui Noticias

How Indigenous-owned record labels are changing the music industry in Canada

The music industry in Canada is more hospitable than ever to Indigenous artists, partly due to an emergence in recent years of Indigenous-owned infrastructure committed to managing and marketing people from the community, according to artists, label owners and industry leaders.


The music industry’s tipping point is Right Here, Right Now

Streaming is buckling under its own weight. The economics and structure that served it well in its first decade are not the ones that will get it through the next ten years.

Music Industry Blog

30 years ago, Prince changed the way artists negotiate with the music industry

Before Prince’s death in 2016, the symbol–known as a glyph–had a lasting effect on the music industry and the way artists define their brands.

Market Place

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