Real-time analysis for the global music business
Music licensing firm Songtradr has announced today that it has acquired Bandcamp from Epic Games for an undisclosed amount.Read more >>
The latest project aiming to make vinyl more ecologically sustainable comes from Sonopress and Warner Music Group.
Morgan Wallen, Shania Twain, Dolly Parton and Miranda Lambert are some of the artists whose music is in a new game called Country Star.
Deepfakes may have hogged many of the headlines around AI music this year, but below those controversies there’s growing interest.
The rise of TikTok and other short-video services has sparked a demand from the music industry for creative music marketing campaigns.
Hi-res music-tech company MQA has been enduring tough times recently, having restructured and entered administration in April this year.
The Richard Antwi Scholarship was established in 2016 as a way to nurture future music-industry leaders from underrepresented backgrounds.
We’ve been writing about calls from the music industry for artists and songwriters to have ‘personality rights’ protection.
The IFPI is stepping up its music-tracking activities in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA). It has launched four new charts.
A new musical AI seems to be popping up every few weeks in 2023. The latest is SoundVerse, which opened up its beta yesterday.
Lickd was one of the first startups to launch a service focused on licensing music to YouTubers and other online creators. Now it is trumpeting the growth of its catalogue…
Meta is holding its annual ‘Connect’ conference this week, focusing on all things metaverse. Not to mention a Snoop Dogg AI.
Last July we wrote about a $3m funding round for ‘AI-powered dealmaking platform’ Creative Intell. Now it has launched an academy.
Deezer and Universal Music Group’s partnership on a new ‘artist-centric’ streaming payouts model has got the music industry talking.
This is a guest post written by Martin Mills of Beggars Group, Darius Van Arman of Secretly Distribution, Stephan Bourdoiseau of Wagram Stories, and Emmanuel de Buretel of Because Music.…
US TV and film screenwriters have been on strike since the start of May in a dispute with studios and streaming services.
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