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Report 419: The 40 Trends of 2018

“May you live in interesting times,” runs the old Chinese curse. The music industry has certainly done that, through the last two decades of digital disruption. Typical to form, 2018 was very interesting indeed. For our...
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Senior Director – AWAL Label Management – London

We’re currently working with an incredible and growing roster of emerging talent and already established labels from all over the world. We’re looking for someone to be responsible for the day to day management of our...
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Release Management Coordinator – Kobalt Music Group – London

As part of Kobalt’s significant expansion of AWAL – Kobalt’s recorded-music division, the Coordinator will support the growing global Release Management team by ensuring accurate and timely build of all AWAL Recordings...
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Involved Management Management Assistant – London

Involved Management Management Assistant Home to Above & Beyond, Dusky, Lane 8 and Yotto (among others), Involved Management is the growing artist management arm of the Involved Group. With offices in London and Los Angeles,...
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Director of Repertoire Management – SoundExchange – Washington, D.C.

Sound Exchange is an independent digital collective management organization that represents the entire recorded music industry. SoundExchange’s mission is to support, protect and propel the music industry forward. Overview:...
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Gleam Futures’ Dom Smales talks music management

Gleam Futures is one of the big talent management agencies in the world of YouTubers and social influencers, with British stars including Zoella, Caspar Lee and Alfie Deyes on its books.
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Gleam Futures and Marcus Butler launch music management firm

Online-video stars have managers just like musicians do, but now one of those YouTubers is co-founding a music management company. Brit Marcus Butler has 4.5 million subscribers and 344m views on YouTube, and is partnering...
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USA Today: The shape of digital, Stateside

Shock horror, but nowadays it’s just not as fashionable simply to blame the labels for not “getting the internet”. So, as part of a series of regular features Music Ally will over the next few issues spotlight...