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The Most Important Problem The Music Business Must Solve - hypebot

The Most Important Problem The Music Business Must Solve - hypebot | Music Industry | Scoop.it
By David Sherbow (@MusicBizGuy) of My Life With Music. What is the greatest problem which the new music business must solve to maintain it relevance in the future?
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Review: Twitter music service uncovers the unknown

Review: Twitter music service uncovers the unknown | Music Industry | Scoop.it
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Until now, my problem with social music services has been this: Following friends doesn't really turn up much music I actually want to hear.
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The Next Era Of The Music Business - MTT - Music Think Tank

The Next Era Of The Music Business - MTT - Music Think Tank | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Regardless if you’re a musician or music consumer, your music life is about to change. S...
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Selling Stars, Brands and Baby Bands

Selling Stars, Brands and Baby Bands | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Big names and big productions with corporate tie-ins were one thread at the South by Southwest festival, but lesser known acts still make up its core.
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Cover This: Universal Publishing Licenses YouTube Multichannels

Cover This: Universal Publishing Licenses YouTube Multichannels | Music Industry | Scoop.it

"Music publishing is perhaps the most complex and little understood sectors in the music business. Most folks grasp that record labels own so-called “master recordings,” but many don’t realize there’s a whole ‘nother copyright in music."

 


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Tee Wilson's curator insight, December 4, 2015 6:24 PM

This article is very informative on publishing licenses. Internet plays on sites like YouTube is growing, and partnering with publishing companies is essential, because of free access to music and videos.

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An 8-Foot-Tall Woman Is Destroying The Entire Music Industry

An 8-Foot-Tall Woman Is Destroying The Entire Music Industry | Music Industry | Scoop.it
This is the end of the music industry as we know it.
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Gatfield echoes call for Government tax breaks for music A&R

Gatfield echoes call for Government tax breaks for music A&R | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Sony chairman and CEO says Westminster 'chooses tech over creative industries'
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Google streaming could provide 'biggest route to legal music consumption'

Google streaming could provide 'biggest route to legal music consumption' | Music Industry | Scoop.it
UMG's global head of Digital Francis Keeling sees potential in tech giant's user base
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Caught In Time: The Music Industry’s Struggle To Adapt - hypebot

Guest post by Justin Stansbury (@twentyeyes138) for sidewinder.fm, a music and tech think tank. Not too long ago, I was discussing with a friend of mine what we felt our purpose in life is.

 


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A Conversation with Grooveshark Founder and CEO Sam Tarantino

A Conversation with Grooveshark Founder and CEO Sam Tarantino | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Sam Tarantino is the founder and CEO of Grooveshark, an online music streaming service with over 30 million users worldwide. Sam oversees overall business strategy, licensing and key partnerships, ...

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YouTube and Billboard: Why the major labels still have the power

YouTube and Billboard: Why the major labels still have the power | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Where were you the first time you heard "Call Me Maybe," "Gangnam Style," or any of the other major hits of 2012? Unless you work at a mall or perhaps Applebee's, chances are you were sitting at a ...

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Recorded Music Industry Posts First Revenue Growth in 13 Years

Recorded Music Industry Posts First Revenue Growth in 13 Years | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Two new studies out on Tuesday provide some welcome news for the music industry.
The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry reports that global revenues rose 0.3 percent last year to $16.5 billion.
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Google Streaming Service Set To Change The Playing Field...

Google Streaming Service Set To Change The Playing Field... | Music Industry | Scoop.it

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Doug Davenport's curator insight, February 26, 2013 7:15 PM

...Google Set To Take On Music....Finally...

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...Google Set To Take On Music....Finally...

Doug Davenport's curator insight, February 26, 2013 7:16 PM

...Google Set To Take On Music....Finally...

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Number One Rule in Music Business, It’s Who You Know

Number One Rule in Music Business, It’s Who You Know | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Part of being a better business person means knowing how to network so you can meet the right people, the people who can help advance your career.
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Vevo boss says intelligent, data-centric services could revive music industry

Vevo boss says intelligent, data-centric services could revive music industry | Music Industry | Scoop.it
International senior vice-president Nic Jones says music service users want opportunity to be curated by more than algorithms. By Jemima Kiss

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iPod, iTunes, Music Were Key to Apple’s Success | Business | TIME.com

iPod, iTunes, Music Were Key to Apple’s Success | Business | TIME.com | Music Industry | Scoop.it

"Music publishing is perhaps the most complex and little understood sectors in the music business. Most folks grasp that record labels own so-called “master recordings,” but many don’t realize there’s a whole ‘nother copyright in music."

 


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Amazon in talks with record labels about subscription music service

Amazon in talks with record labels about subscription music service | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Subscription music services have yet to profit but that hasn't stopped some of the internet's biggest media distributors from jumping into the business. Amazon, the web's biggest retailer, is the...

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EXCLUSIVE: Big Day Out To Launch $20,000 Grant At SxSW

EXCLUSIVE: Big Day Out To Launch $20,000 Grant At SxSW | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Big Day Out are hoping to encourage the development of film and interactive techniques in live music performances with the announcement of the $20,000 Big Day Out Evolution Grant.
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5 Aspects Of The Old Music Industry Being Disrupted And Replaced By Social Media - hypebot

In a widely noted Billboard interview, Amanda Palmer stated that "Twitter has replaced Google and [music] management." Nobody cared about the Google part but her claim of replacing music management certainly raised a few eyebrows.



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Could Amazon sell secondhand digital music?

Could Amazon sell secondhand digital music? | Music Industry | Scoop.it
Approved patent allows the resale of 'used' music files

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Music Owns Me, by Emily White

Music Owns Me, by Emily White | Music Industry | Scoop.it

"Last June, I wrote an essay for NPR's All Songs Considered Blog called “I Never Owned Any Music To Begin With.” In it, I explained that although I am an active music fan, I don’t feel a sense of ownership of recorded music, partially because I’ve grown accustomed to getting it for free. Since that largely leaves music creators without compensation, I suggested a way to pay to keep the access to music I’m used to: a streaming service that fairly compensates the artists I love."


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Hack Your Craft's curator insight, February 27, 2013 8:03 AM

The generational divide in the music and artist compensation debate leaves us splitting hairs as oppose to cutting split ends for growth. Forgive the hair analogy, but embrace the point : 

 

“If you consume all the music you want all the time, compulsively, sweatily, you end up having a cheap relationship to themusic you do listen to. In turn, this kind of market makes for musicians who are writing with the burden of having to get your attention, instead of writing whatever they’d write if they were just following artistic impulses.”

 
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For Music Industry, a Story of Two Googles

For Music Industry, a Story of Two Googles | Music Industry | Scoop.it
When it comes to the music industry, there are two Googles — represented on one side by its suite of entertainment media services, and on the other by its mighty search engine.

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