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August 7th, 2014 by Music Ally Blog

YouTube has published guides for content creators for a number of years to help them get the most out of the online video service. Its latest guide, however, is aimed squarely at the dance sector and made...

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June 26th, 2014 by Music Ally Blog

Ministry of Sound is getting into livestreaming in a significant way, launching a series called Live From The Club that will use five fixed cameras to stream DJ sets from its main room every Friday and...

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June 25th, 2014 by Music Ally Blog

Ministry of Sound may have settled its copyright infringement lawsuit with Spotify, but the music group has still been one of the more high-profile sceptics on the streaming service, declining to add music...

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May 21st, 2014 by Music Ally

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Lead: Twitter has turned the hashtag into a powerful marketing tool and now Facebook, Instagram and even Amazon are piling on. We look at how hashtags can be best used, where they can go disastrously wrong...

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February 28th, 2014 by Music Ally

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Bad news if you were looking forward to the British High Court ruling on the thorny issue of whether compilations qualify for copyright protection

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February 3rd, 2014 by Music Ally

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Dance brand Ministry of Sound was early onto YouTube, striking a deal with multi-channel network Base79 back in 2009.

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February 3rd, 2014 by Music Ally

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One of last year’s breakout acts in the UK, London Grammar, are signed to Ministry of Sound, so their absence from Spotify is hardly a surprise

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November 26th, 2013 by Stuart Dredge

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Music Ally is at the Music 4.5: The Rise of Video conference in London today: you can read our previous posts on YouTube talking music video, and presentations from Nielsen, UMG and She Makes War. The...

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October 23rd, 2013 by Music Ally

At the Copyright & Technology conference, one panel session spent most of its time chewing over the implications of Ministry of Sound's decision.

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