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Marketing Your Music – Back To The Basics | Indie Band Guru

Marketing Your Music – Back To The Basics | Indie Band Guru | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Due to the promising rise of new comers in the music business, marketing one's music could be somewhat difficult. Many strive hard to find effective ways market their music. The most important thing in marketing music is to be creative.

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Spotify pushing labels to lower costs, open up free service to phones

Spotify pushing labels to lower costs, open up free service to phones | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Spotify, the popular music subscription service, is due to meet in the coming weeks with its major counterparts in the record industry to renew their licensing agreements. The Verge has learned...
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Mark Hoppus: 'sponsored albums is next step for artists and brands'

Mark Hoppus: 'sponsored albums is next step for artists and brands' | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Clothing labels will be the next to fund releases according to Blink 182 frontman

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7 Iconic Bands that Changed the Business of Music

7 Iconic Bands that Changed the Business of Music | Music Industry | Scoop.it
These trailblazers all sparked major changes in the music business. Use their examples as inspiration to shake up your industry.

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How To Make A Living In The Modern Music Business - Forbes

How To Make A Living In The Modern Music Business - Forbes | Music Industry | Scoop.it
see photosAPClick for full photo gallery: 12 Music Jobs That Can Pay Six Figures Buoyed by selling a chunk of his eponymous headphone line, Dr. Dre pulled in $110 million last year.
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Deezer Plans Wristband Tracking At Music Festivals To Power ‘Post-Concert Experience’

Deezer Plans Wristband Tracking At Music Festivals To Power ‘Post-Concert Experience’ | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Following its recent launch in Australia, including new updates and plans to tackle market leader Spotify, music streaming service Deezer
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Vevo has paid $200m to music industry since 2009

Vevo has paid $200m to music industry since 2009 | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Video platform paid more royalty revenues this year than its first two combined
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How record labels are learning to make money from YouTube

How record labels are learning to make money from YouTube | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Helienne Lindvall: Rather than getting unauthorised versions of videos taken down, labels are monetising them through YouTube's ad partnerships
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Mi2N.com - Metallica Take Ownership Of Their Masters

Mi2N.com - Metallica Take Ownership Of Their Masters | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Band Launches New Record Label -- Blackened Recordings
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Ten Brands to Watch in 2013 | Billboard.biz

Ten Brands to Watch in 2013 | Billboard.biz | Music Industry | Scoop.it
As artists, labels, publishers and tour promoters alike continue to turn to the advertising community to help make up for budget and marketing gaps, here’s a look at...
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Spotify’s Bold New Transition from Streaming Music Service to Music Platform

Spotify’s Bold New Transition from Streaming Music Service to Music Platform | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Spotify today gave an update on the year to date and announced a host of new features. 5 Million Paying Subscribers As expected Spotify has managed to hit the 5 million paying subscriber mark which...

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The Future Of Music Business Models (And Those Who Are Already There) | Techdirt

I'm at the Midem conference this week, and in preparing for it, Steven Masur asked me to write up a chapter for a book he was putting together of thoughts from various thinkers for a gathering of the International Association of Entertainment...

 

 


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Daisy Chain: Dying Music Industry Sprouts New Hope - hypebot

Daisy Chain: Dying Music Industry Sprouts New Hope - hypebot | Music Industry | Scoop.it

Guest post by Kyle Bylin, founder and editor of sidewinder.fm, a music and tech think tank. I.


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Op-Ed: The Next Music Business, by Rita McGrath


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a neat summary of this perspective

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Interview: Spotify talks artist royalties, Scandi-success and music discovery

Interview: Spotify talks artist royalties, Scandi-success and music discovery | Music Industry | Scoop.it
With 5m paying subscribers, 20m active users and $500m paid out to rightsholders since its launch in 2008, Spotify remains top dog in the st

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Branch Out: The Value Of Multiple Income Streams For Musicians - hypebot

By Allison Sharpe from music website and marketing platform Bandzoogle.

 

 


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Are Paid Live Streams Of Concerts The Next Step In Music Revenue? - hypebot

Are Paid Live Streams Of Concerts The Next Step In Music Revenue? - hypebot | Music Industry | Scoop.it
(UPDATED) By Tyler Hayes, who runs the music discovery site Nxt Big Thing. Up until recently the solution for artists not making money on their music recordings was for them to tour.
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Amazon to give music CD buyers a free digital version

Amazon to give music CD buyers a free digital version | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Amazon.com Inc. , taking aim at Apple 's dominant iTunes store, on Thursday unveiled a service that it hopes will boost digital music sales and encourage more people to use its Cloud music service.
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Digital Music News - Sirius Has Now Signed More Than 60 Direct Deals With Labels...

Digital Music News - Sirius Has Now Signed More Than 60 Direct Deals With Labels... | Music Industry | Scoop.it
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Five Digital Startups to Watch in 2013 | Billboard.biz

Five Digital Startups to Watch in 2013 | Billboard.biz | Music Industry | Scoop.it
2012 has been a banner year for digital innovation in music, from Kickstarter's increasing visibility in the mainstream to Spotify's steadily growing influence over how its...
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Why the music industry should be very worried that Spotify has only 5 million subscribers, worldwide.

Today, in an event in New York, Spotify announced its most recent stats. The high notes in these statistics were the claims of 5 million paying subscribers, 1 million of which are in the US. I beli...
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antònia folguera's curator insight, December 21, 2012 9:05 AM

Maybe the access to an infinite catalog of music anytime, anywhere and in every device is not the future. Specially if we keep on paying too much for bad internet connections at home and mobile (Spain). On top of this paying for premium feature services for photos, videos, etc.