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Music publishers talk innovation: ‘When there’s a will, there’s always a way’

We hear a lot about the new revenue streams that labels are hunting down in social, gaming, fitness and other areas
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Music streaming remuneration: ‘The value is fans, less so scale’

Remuneration is THE hot topic in the music industry of 2023, in terms of the models used by streaming services for their payouts.
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Luminate talks music data: Coldplay, Indonesia, streaming growth and more

Its name may have changed, but research firm Luminate remains one of the music industry’s key sources of data.
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Kadeem Phillips: ‘If we don’t innovate country, the genre’s going to start to fall off’

The diversity within the country music industry has been a hot topic in recent times, as last year's criticism of the sector showed.
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SoundExchange CEO: ‘If you present your case properly,  you can have increases’

At NY:LON Connect, SoundExchange CEO Michael Huppe was interviewed by Will Page, author of Tarzan Economics.
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Music startup lessons: ‘Some rightsholders don’t even know what they own!’

To say that being a startup founder is “a learning experience” is a kind way of saying that it is fraught with endless challenges
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DAACI crowned audience favourite in NY:LON Connect startups session

The final session of the NY:LON Connect conference showcased the winners of Music Ally’s SI:X initiative, with pitches.
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TikTok music boss talks short video, long-form listening and licensing

2023 is shaping up to be a fascinating year for TikTok, for reasons both positive and negative. And 2022 was eventful enough...
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Regulating the streaming economy: ‘Consumption isn’t the same as consumer’

The debate about how the music streaming economy works for artists and how it could be improved has reached new heights.
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Diversity, equity and inclusion in music: ‘You have to look harder’

The Keychange Initiative was started to improve gender representation in the music industry. How is that mission going?
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New music formats: ‘Your fans aren’t AI. Your fans are real people’

We’ve moved from a music industry based on physical sales to one driven by streams, but what are the new music formats looming?
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WMG’s Oana Ruxandra on music’s evolution: ‘Conservatism is out the door!’

Oana Ruxandra has been a prime mover in a host of new partnerships and tech experimentation for Warner Music Group.