Tagged: Music Licensing
Music Industry Growth in 2016, Consent Decree Ruling and Pandora and Warner Music Direct Licensing Deal News, September 20, 2016
Retail spending on recorded music was up 8.1 percent in the first half of 2016. And a federal judge in New York rejected the U.S…. Read more »
A singer/songwriter showed how Periscope can help build fan engagement and income. Also, the Justice Department decided not to change the consent decrees that govern… Read more »
Tanvi Patel, CEO and president of Crucial Music talks about what music supervisors in film and television look for when placing songs and techniques artists can use to pitch their songs.
UK law enforcement arrested a prolific music pirate. Also, British supermarket chain Tesco said it will start selling vinyl. And a major label gave artists… Read more »
The U.S. Copyright Office announced it is pushing proposals that will radically change the way music is licensed. And music executives explained why the vinyl… Read more »
Reports indicated that iTunes sales are plummeting in 2014. Also, data suggested that music apps are thriving in the current marketplace. And nine Long Island-based… Read more »
Lawmakers and music executives disagreed about music licensing reform, singer Chaka Khan criticized the music industry, and the Canadian government dispensed with the need for work permits for international artists in some venues.
New Zealand PROs collaborated on an all-in-one music performance license, music creators were warned not to update to iOS7, and Pandora saw no noticeable impact after the release of iTunes Radio.
Pandora won a music licensing lawsuit involving ASCAP, a white paper revealed the $20-billion value of the EDM industry, and Daft Punk helped the French music industry earn its first positive sales results in a decade.