Global digital-music revenue was just $400 million in 2004. By last year, digital music revenue hit $5.9 billion, most from downloads along with subscriptions and ad-supported music streams, according to a new report from global music industry trade group IFPI. The Chart: from Statista via Mashable Related articles IFPI Global Recording Industry Report: Miniscule Growth Driven By Digital & Licensing IFPI: Growth In Digital Music Slows, Top Albums Fall
DÉCRYPTAGE - Stromae, Fauve, Shaka Ponk, Franz Ferdinand, Bertrand Cantat... Il sera impossible d'échapper à ces artistes dans les grands rassemblements musicaux estivaux. Pourquoi les organisateurs ne cherchent-ils pas plus à se démarquer de leurs concurrents? Explications.
"American Idol" has long been noted for its restrictive contracts controlling the careers of winners. The details have shifted over the years and "American Idol" is not unique in that respect. Now current contracts for "The Voice" have been revealed which are less about profiting from future recording artists and more about turning contestants into pawns in a game of make believe. Simon Fuller was the man behind the "American Idol" contracts from over a decade ago that went for full ownership of contestants' careers: "According to the version of the contract one entertainment lawyer posted to the Internet, Fuller...
La CPNEF-SV (Commission Paritaire Emploi-Formation Spectacle Vivant) publie le tableau de bord statistique consacré à l’emploi des salariés intermittents du spectacle vivant à partir des données de Pôle emploi 2011.
User generated content, which includes fan generated music videos and mashups, are often earning more money for record labels than the officially produced music videos, according to Universal Music's global head of digital Francis Keeling. "It’s a massive growth area. We’re very excited about the creativity of consumers using our repertoire and creating their own versions of our videos,” Keeling told the Toronto Star. “A lot of that is due to consumers putting more and more repertoire and new versions up there, but also it’s YouTube getting better at advertising.” Earnings from ad supported streaming music video services including YouTube...
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