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Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival Announces Global PPV Distribution; Graham Davies to Lead DiMA as New President & CEO
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Universal just launched a fan platform in Germany that sounds a lot like its own version of Weverse. Here’s what’s in it…
Weverse brings together artist-related content such as music videos, teasers, movies and live streams. It also has a merch platform known as Weverse Shop.
Eric Clapton’s Crossroads Guitar Festival and Joe Hand Promotions, in association with Integrated Sports Media, announced today a new partnership that will offer the upcoming 2023 Crossroads Guitar Festival to fans across the U.S. and the globe on FITE via iOS and Android mobile apps and most major streaming platforms, TVs and other devices.
Leading music streaming services — Apple Music, Amazon, Feed.fm, Pandora, Spotify, and YouTube — today announced that music industry and advocacy veteran Graham Davies will join Digital Media Association (DiMA) as its next President & CEO.
Entravision announced today it has been appointed as the preferred media sales partner for Boomplay, the #1 music streaming platform in Africa. Through this partnership, Entravision will represent Boomplay for all advertising sales and account management in Kenya.
Why Goldman Sachs believes that Spotify will remain the world’s dominant music streaming service in 2030
How much longer can Spotify hold on to its position as the world’s biggest music streaming provider in terms of global paid-for subscriptions? According to Goldman Sachs, for a long time yet.
Moises Taps Veteran Music Business Attorney Seth Goldstein to Navigate the Legal Complexities of AI-driven Technology
Leading the effort to build a regulated infrastructure for the AI-driven music industry, leading AI-powered music platform Moises has tapped business and legal affairs executive and attorney Seth Goldstein to serve as in-house legal counsel.
It’s two paragraphs in to this article when our eyes rolled at the claim that “the music industry’s revenue has been mostly stagnant for the last 20 years”.
“It makes me feel apprehensive, and I'm preparing to feel sad about this”
It all comes back to data as the most valuable currency of the internet.
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