Job Description: A little bit about our Team: The Warner Music Group Business Development team is responsible for the company’s global strategic initiatives and business partnerships to drive the consumption […]
Director of Business and Legal Affairs – Sony Music – New York Sony Music Entertainment is a global recorded music company with a roster of current artists that includes a broad […]
Music manager and tech investor Troy Carter has a new venture: Smashd Labs, a startup accelerator that will mentor 5-7 entertainment-focused tech firms for 10 weeks within his Atom Factory […]
When Soundtrack Your Brand appeared in Sweden a year ago (Bulletin, 20-May-14), there was some confusion over whether its service based around providing Spotify to small businesses for their offices […]
BMG has made headlines with its acquisition of recorded music catalogues from the likes of Sanctuary, Mute and Skint in recent years, but now the Bertelsmann subsidiary has bought an […]
Taking on the big beasts of the ticketing world is an expensive business, but SeatGeek has just raised $35m of Series B funding to continue trying. The round includes some […]
Spotify’s next frontier isn’t a new country – although its Japanese launch is thought to be imminent – but a new class of customer: businesses. The company has launched Spotify […]
Music venues and other businesses now have a dedicated mobile app to monitor their Foursquare check-ins and run promotions on the social location service
Warner Music Group has appointed former Sony exec Rob Wiesenthal as its new chief operating officer/corporate, reporting directly to CEO Steve Cooper from 1 January.
Google is currently battling another technology company, Oracle, in a patent and copyright infringement trial, which yesterday saw fascinating revelations regarding Google’s music plans. An internal company presentation from 2010 included a slide titled “Android Music Opportunity – $1.3 – $2B business by 2013”.