Music Business News, December 24, 2011

Music Business News, December 24, 2011

HITFIX looked back on 2011’s 10 most impactful music industry events, trends show big acts moving to smaller venues and the chief executive of Sony Music UK talked about the state of the music industry.

Music Business News, December 17, 2011

Music Business News, December 17, 2011

Megaupload sued Universal and Sony and Warner joined a lawsuit against Grooveshark. Also, the president of Global Digital at UMG talked about his visions for the future of the music industry.

Music Business News, December 10, 2011

Music Business News, December 10, 2011

Artists, songwriters, analysts and legal experts talked about the meaning of Hall of Fame Induction and copyright amendments to the music industry, and RightsFlow was acquired by Google to help with YouTube licensing.

Music Business News, December 3, 2011

Music Business News, December 3, 2011

Napster folds into Rhapsody, experts discuss whether or not the music industry will eventually be controlled by one major label and analysts and legislators discuss SOPA legislation.

Music Business News, November 27, 2011

Music Business News, November 27, 2011

New statistics show all artists must have a mobile marketing strategy, experts predict holiday music sales could put the music industry ahead in 2011 and The Speek enters the video space with archival footage of iconic musical performances.

Music Business News, November 12, 2011

Music Business News, November 12, 2011

The music industry attacked The Pirate Bay, analysts cited subscription services as a source of music business growth, Rihanna’s manager talked about the need for artists to be more active in the Digital Age and Google+ rolled out its business offering.

Music Business News, November 5, 2011

Music Business News, November 5, 2011

TuneCore launches a new royalties-collection service for songwriters, EMI helps launch a space for burgeoning music app developers and studies reveal that the music industry could play a significant part in overall economic recovery.

Music Business News, October 29, 2011

Music Business News, October 29, 2011

This past week, EMI prepared to be split in half, record labels focused on branded content, anti-piracy legislation went to the House and Coldplay took a stand against Spotify.