Music licensing firm Songtradr has become the single largest shareholder in music metadata company Jaxsta.
One of the most infamous data gaps in the music industry has been the one between publishing data and recordings.
Session is the company formerly known as Auddly, which has been working diligently for several years to help musicians create metadata.
If we had a pound for every time someone has criticised the music industry’s handling of metadata over the years…
A working group set up by the British government has brokered the latest agreement within the music industry to sort its metadata out.
Discogs may have some competition with the new launch from music metadata firm Jaxsta: a website called Vinyl.com.
This post – by Edward Ginis, co-founder and Chief Client Officer of OpenPlay – is Partner Content. Twenty years ago, when iTunes was first launched, the music industry needed a new […]
Session is the music credits startup founded by superstar Swedish songwriters Björn Ulvaeus, Max Martin and Niclas Molinder.
In advance of NY:LON CONNECT 2023, we asked Vasja Veber, co-founder of music data analytics platform Viberate – and one of the co-headline sponsors of the event – to share some key […]
It has launched a Spotify Wrapped-style feature to help its ‘Pro’ tier users show off their career achievements at the end of 2022.
The below post – by Kyran de Keijzer, Co-founder and CPO of Muso.AI – is Partner Content. At Muso.AI, we’re delivering lifetime, greatest-of-all-time, big data energy type of analytics that […]
There’s a giant haystack of music out there, with every brand searching for the needles that will work best for their campaigns.