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Digital Training Executive – Music Ally – London

About Music Ally: Music Ally is the global leader in digital marketing training for the music industry, having trained thousands of industry professionals and artists. A knowledge and skills company, it provides insight to...
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Some personnel news… Music Ally’s evolving team and business

Dear Music Ally Reader, We'd like to share some happy news with you, about how Music Ally’s team and our business is evolving. We’re delighted to announce that Patrick Ross, formerly our VP of digital strategy,...
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Music’s next decade: the metaverse, NFTs, social audio and more

Last month, we teamed up with the BPI to hold an event called 10x10: Trends for Music's Next Decade. It featured 10 presentations from industry figures about trends they felt would be important for the next decade of music. Now...
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Interview: Jenuelle Na-Oy and Nelson Navarro from Music Ally’s Creative Entrepreneur Programme

Music Ally launched our Creative Entrepreneur Programme (CEP) in early 2020 as a way to give skills and support to young people in the UK between 18 – 25 who want to understand how the modern music industry works – but...
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Feeling Good: free report on music, fitness, wellbeing and technology

Earlier this month, Music Ally teamed up with British industry body the BPI for an online event called ‘Feeling Good’ about the intersection of music, fitness/wellbeing and technology. Now we’ve published a tie-in...
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Intro: BPI and Music Ally’s Music & Tech Springboard Programme

There’s been a radical shift in the way we make, deliver and experience music over the last decade, driven by innovation and partnerships between the music and technology industries. Innovation isn’t just about the...
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Startups explain the lessons they learned working with the music industry

In the Music & Tech Springboard series of videos we've produced with the BPI, we've heard from collecting societies, lawyers, advisors, accelerators and incubators, and labels about their advice for music/tech startups. But...
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Music and technology industry advisors offer their tips for tech startups

Technology and music may be two separate industries, but there are a number of people whose jobs revolve around bridging the gap between the two: helping startups to understand the strategies and priorities of rights holders,...
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Music licensing: the basics that tech startups need to know

If a music-tech startup’s product or service involves making the actual music available, that company will need licences for the music. Understanding how licensing works is one of the first and most important things that...
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How can you get press coverage for your music/tech startup?

Like any industry, music has its own set of trade publications and websites that are pored over by executives and staff in the labels, publishers and collecting societies. Meanwhile, there's also a thriving technology industry...
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Music industry lawyers offer their tips for music/tech startups

Even in the earliest days of a music-tech startup, having a trusted lawyer is invaluable. Once a company progresses to the point where they are forging partnerships and/or licensing deals with music rightsholders, it’s...
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Tips for music/tech startups from accelerators and incubators

Startup accelerators and incubators are a familiar part of the technology industry, working with emerging startups to help them build their products and services, and refine their pitches to investors and customers/users...