Industry insiders announced that Vevo is for sale, Rhett Miller of the Old 97’s talked about the changing music industry and keeping a band together, and Google started looking for a streaming music service to purchase.
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Google expanded its licensing agreements to include 5.5 million musical works in Europe, Universal prepared to sell EMI assets, and L.A. Weekly’s Music Issue celebrated DIY Music.
Google could speed up the global release of Google Music, a new study showed that 2012 will not be a banner sales year for the worldwide music industry, and Jeff Price and Peter Wells announced their exit from TuneCore.
The British High Court sided with the music business regarding new anti-piracy laws, top digital providers laid out their plans to promote industry growth and Russell Simmons shared his thoughts on the current climate.
Google Music finally launched, music industry experts predicted the sale of EMI could provide a boost the indie/DIY community and 200 record labels left Spotify.
Citigroup prepares to break up EMI, Google Music prepares to open an MP3 store and Björk releases the first-ever app album.