It’s annual-awards time for global music body the IFPI, which is staggering its rankings for artists, tracks and albums over several days.
South Korean music company Hybe enjoyed another bumper year in 2022, with its revenues growing 41.6% to 1.78tn won.
Earlier this month we wrote about K-Pop giant Hybe acquiring a 14.8% stake in fellow South Korean music firm SM Entertainment.
We wrote about tech firm Kakao buying a stake in Korean music company SM Entertainment earlier this week, but now it’s been joined by Hybe.
Fresh from selling a 4.2% stake to mobile games firm Com2uS in November, South Korean music company SM Entertainment now has another investor.
Soundtrack Your Brand, one of the main companies providing music to shops, restaurants and other businesses, has offered some data points.
Korean creative industry body KOCCA’s report on the first half of 2022 held good news for South Korea’s music industry.
Chinese service NetEase Cloud Music prides itself on having plenty of young listeners who are keen to discover international music as well as homegrown tracks.
Today our focus is on K-Pop: the music and artists of South Korea whose horizons were truly global in the music industry of 2022.
Last week’s release of Spotify Wrapped 2022 generated the usual mountain of social-media buzz – but also some controversy.
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K-Pop giant Hybe has published its financial results for the third quarter of 2022.