Warner finally joined the Vevo platform. Also, Kesha dropped her long-running lawsuit against Dr. Luke and prepared to release new material. And Atlantic Records continued… Read more »
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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.
The Tribeca Film Festival and Genero announced a collaborative music video contest, a graduate student studied the impact of copyright protection on music sales, and a Eric Sheinkop explored how the Super Bowl supports the music industry.
Global music sales were up in 2012, digital piracy rates dropped significantly last year, and Google began to talk about licensing with major record labels in preparation for launching a new streaming music service.
Berklee College of Music released the results of a study about salaries in the music business, Vevo announced it generates more money for artists than any other music video platform, and LA Music Blog explored the benefits of social media for artists.
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.
Facebook Music launched at the f8 conference, Napster co-founders were rumored to be starting a new interactive video site and They Might Be Giants talks about their 30-year career in the music industry.