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Vevo has paid out $100 million to artists and labels

Vevo has paid out $100 million to artists and labels | Recording Labels | Scoop.it
Vevo, the online music video service that turns 2 this month, has paid out more than $100 million in royalties since December 2009 to songwriters, recording artists, record labels and other music copyright holders.

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That's alot of money.

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Cutting Edge Group Buys Varése Sarabande

Cutting Edge Group Buys Varése Sarabande | Recording Labels | Scoop.it
The Cutting Edge Group is growing more aggressive in the film score business, and it is planning for its new record label to increase its output quickly.

Via Christopher Coleman
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I'm liking how music and film industries are merging and creating new opportunities.

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How Record Labels Must Adapt Their Online Marketing Strategy in 2014

How Record Labels Must Adapt Their Online Marketing Strategy in 2014 | Recording Labels | Scoop.it
The role of record labels has been questioned for some time. With a heritage in producing records, it’s been hard for labels to adapt to the double whammy of diminishing production costs and recorded music revenues.

Via Thomas Faltin
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Giving content away for free can be beneficial because it will expose you to a broader audience than those who will pay for it. At the same time, it might be hard for an artist to give away something they have poured their souls into.

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Adonis Thedemigod's curator insight, July 20, 2014 1:00 PM

This Marcus Taylor written article refers to ways that record labels can change their strategy and make a profitable return in the long run as well as being a model where artist want to go because of fair treatment. The solutions discussed in this article are eye-opening in that they provide a seemingly simple solution to a difficult struggle.

 

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Bieber’s Manager Starts Music Investment Fund

Bieber’s Manager Starts Music Investment Fund | Recording Labels | Scoop.it
Scooter Braun is assembling a group of managers and musicians, and raising an investment fund intended to strengthen their position in the music industry, people with knowledge of the plan say.

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Justin Bieber gets involved in this business venture in which, if all goes to plan, might help him become more relevant in the business side of music.

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Lennon bus: recording studio on wheels gets kids interested in music - AZFamily

Lennon bus: recording studio on wheels gets kids interested in music - AZFamily | Recording Labels | Scoop.it
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Lennon bus: recording studio on wheels gets kids interested in music
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PHOENIX -- It's a recording studio on wheels, rolling into cities across the nation to help get kids interested in music.

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What a great way to use technology to inspire new talents in music. really loving this Lennon Bus.


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Paul Caughman's curator insight, January 19, 2015 6:29 PM

Back then you had to go to a professional recording studio to make great music but now, great studios can go on the road with you. So no matter where you go great music can be created, even better if you want to make a change in the music world, you can introduce young students, how they can get involved. Artist can take their mobile studios to children in schools, who have an interest in getting introduced to how music is made and maybe push then to make it their future career.