Tagged: copyright infringement lawsuit
Insane Clown Posse (ICP) continued its fight against the FBI. And SXSW expanded its offerings for attendees. Also, the founder of isoHunt settled with the… Read more »
Subscription Streaming, Brexit Impact on the Music Business and Led Zeppelin Lawsuit News, June 28 2016
Wall Street analysts explained why the music industry could be headed for a turnaround. Also, experts discussed the ways Brexit may affect the music business… Read more »
SFX said it will be selling Beatport. Also, a group of U.S. record labels sued DIY online radio platform Radionomy. And Billboard examined why the… Read more »
The Beastie Boys prevailed in a long-running lawsuit over samples used on Paul’s Boutique. And the U.S. government officially won its civil forfeiture case against… Read more »
Empire State Music Production Tax Credit, Instagram Carousel Ads and “Blurred Lines” Verdict News, March 15, 2015
The New York State Assembly added a $25 million music production initiative to the 2015-2016 budget. Also, Instagram beefed up its advertising capabilities for brands…. Read more »
Universal Music Group, 2015 Music Business Predictions and Adult Contemporary Sales News, January 11, 2015
Universal Music Group filed a lawsuit regarding mixtapes that are being sent to prisoners from friends and family members. Also, music industry analyst Bobby Owsinski… Read more »
Musicians protested the way radio stations pay royalties, Liberation Music finally resolved its copyright infringement battle with Lawrence Lessig, and Pandora announced a new suite of meta data tools for artists.
A study revealed search engines do not significantly impact music piracy rates, the NMPA redirected a copyright infringement lawsuit against a popular YouTube channel, and Presskit.to and Songkick released an EPK-creating Facebook app.