Music industry

Industry Critic Neil Young Will Now Give His Music Away Free

Longtime music industry critic Neil Young, who has spent decades railing against a rigged music business that undervalues creators, has announced that he'll be making a comprehensive archive of his extensive catalog available for free, at least at launch.


Is The YouTube Effect Helping Fuel The Latin Music Global Explosion?

Luis Fonsi and Daddy Yankee broke all sorts of records this year with their global hit “Despacito.” Their song remained No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot 100 for 16 consecutive weeks, led charts around the world and its music video became the first in YouTube history to reach 4 billion views, achieving that milestone in just 272 days.


The World's Highest-Paid Women In Music 2017

Shortly after Adele took home the Grammy award for Album of the Year in February, she broke it in half--with the intention of physically sharing it with Beyoncé, the internet concluded—in recognition of the latter's Lemonade.


CISAC Music Royalty Collections Grow to $8.4 Billion

Even With YouTube & Others 'Driving Down the Value of Our Works'.


L'industrie de la musique fait à nouveau rêver les financiers

Le champagne n'est pas encore débouché. Mais l'effervescence est en train de gagner la filière de la musique. La raison? Depuis quelques semaines, les signaux positifs se multiplient sur un retour fort et durable de la croissance, après des années de vaches maigres.

Le Figaro

Noise grows over potential sale of emi music publishing

2017 will go down in history as a year of massive deals in the music rights business.

Music Business Worldwide

This Is the Scariest Thing I’ve Ever Seen About Internet Privacy

They say privacy is dead. Well if that’s the case, this is what they’re playing at the funeral.

Digital Music News

China: exclusive music copyrights bad for industry

Current model could have adverse impact on the creation and circulation of music and lead to the revival of counterfeits.

Asia Times

How we're falling out of love with downloads

A generation raised on apps and digital downloads is turning back to real things you can touch, smell and show off.

Daily Mail

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