Tagged: Music Piracy
Spotify Hack, Music Piracy Shifting to Downloads and Streaming and Facebook Camera App News, April 26, 2016
Spotify denied a hack, despite the public appearance of hundreds of users’ accounts information online. Also, a new report showed music piracy is migrating from… Read more »
A huge illegal music pressing plant was shut down by police, the industry questioned whether Garth Brooks can successfully forge a comeback, and over 700 indie labels signed the new Fair Digital Deals Declaration.
Data showed streaming music services are changing fans’ listening behavior, Iron Maiden’s touring patterns suggested illegal file sharing might be beneficial to artists, and top music executives made predictions about big music industry issues in 2014.
Another study revealed online file sharing might be helping musicians make more money, Thom Yorke’s comments against Spotify shed light on the future of other digital music businesses, and the Future of Music Coalition offered a catalog of revenue streams available to modern musicians.
NARM’s president Jim Donio talks about the organization’s mission, how the music industry has changed since the digital shift and what artists can do to take charge of their own careers.
Alex Jacob of IFPI talks about the anti-piracy movement and steps artists can take to protect their copyrighted music online.