Major labels, publishers, digital companies and trade bodies have teamed up to take part in a new initiative from the Berklee College of Music’s Institute for Creative Entrepreneurship (BerkleeICE).
The Open Music Initiative (OMI) is intended to simplify the way that music creators and rights-owners are identified and compensated. The effort will combine BerkleeICE’s knowledge of the music industry with the MIT Media Lab’s expertise in decentralised platforms to help advance the development of open source frameworks and innovation related to music rights and their associated uses in all media forms.
À l'occasion du Midem, l'Irma dévoile la première enquête sur les startups intervenant dans le secteur musical. Activités, financement, emploi, profil des fondateurs, un panorama chiffré de ces entreprises innovantes qui viennent redessiner les contours de l'écosystème musical. Pour compléter cette enquête, un Annuaire de ces 250 startups de la musique sera également publié.
En avant-première, voici quelques extraits de cette enquête qui sera dévoilée le 3 juin.
Music marketing has been at the core of many of the last half-decade's most decorated campaigns at the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, the biggest meet-up and awards confab of the advertising industry.
Apple today announced a much anticipated refresh to Apple Music at its WWDC event. Apple Music has found itself at the centre of long running criticism from many parts due to its perceived product weaknesses. This is the bar against which Apple is measured. It has spent years building a well earned reputation for high…
Le 29 juin prochain se tiendra la remise des prix de Start-up en Scène. L’événement, qui aura lieu au Silencio (le club scénographié par David Lynch) à Paris, récompensera 5 startups de la Culture, parmi les 48 nominés. Camille Alcover (Cultureveille) faisait partie du jury et vous en dit un peu plus sur les projets et le prix…
This weekend, music industry conference MIDEM returned to Cannes and celebrated its fiftieth year, which is impressive for any entity in the music world. 2016’s event featured the ninth edition of MidemLabs, a startup pitch competition focused on those companies looking to change the business and create real, lasting value. [...]
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