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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The Grammy futureNOW conference kicked off this weekend in Philadelphia, Apple insiders said it could buy Beats for $3.2 billion, and a music industry analyst explored how much revenue from pop music has declined.
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 secured a deal with Warner and will launch Google Play in Europe, the F.B.T. Productions v. Aftermath lawsuit was finally settled, and Trent Reznor gave some sound advice to aspiring and established artists about developing their brands.
Gabe Roth the bass player, producer and founding member of Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings (and engineer for Amy Winehouse) discusses how he built his business.
Bob Knight, session drummer and founder of BEK Music Ltd talks about the evolution of his music career and some advice he has for artists that want to make it in the music industry.
J. Edward Keyes, Editor in Chief of eMusic talks about how new and emerging artists can get noticed by music industry decision makers.
CD Baby Founder Derek Sivers discusses the music business and Focus.