It’s not often that we write about a new piece of sheet music being sold by a publisher. However, ‘I Stand In The Library’ is noteworthy.
It’s financial results season, including for public music companies like distributor Believe and rightsholder Reservoir Media.
Hipgnosis Songs Fund has published its latest annual report this morning, including an introduction by founder Merck Mercuriadis.
Hipgnosis Songs Fund has long been one of the most active buyers of music catalogues, but now some investors want it to become a seller.
We’re still trying to avoid the term ‘post-pandemic’ as Covid-19 is far from eradicated. But we can talk about a bounceback.
Music company Reservoir Media published its latest quarterly financial results yesterday, and they included its annual figures.
Independent music publishers accounted for 27.1% of the global publishing market in 2021 according to the latest report from the IMPF.
Meta appears to have not just opened a can of worms, but tipped that can all over itself, with its music-licensing dispute in Italy.
Enote is the latest startup focusing on digital sheet-music, and it has raised a €10m funding round to continue building its technology.
Utopia Music’s head of music services Roberto Neri has announced that he is joining Believe as its CEO of publishing.
Distributor Believe is buying publishing-tech firm Sentric from Utopia Music, in what has been a tough time for the latter company.
Kobalt’s revenues grew by 22% last year, and that it spent more than $300m on advances and music catalogues.