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Deezer and UMG announced a major (in both senses of the word) shake up of streaming music royalties. This is arguably the biggest streaming market development in years, as it will set the tone for market-wide change. There is no doubt that streaming royalties require a revamp.
The system built for the music business of 20 years ago was always going to struggle to be fit for purpose in today’s business. There are some really positive elements to this proposal, but it can be even better. Indeed there is a risk that as it stands it will break as much as it fixes.
Ghostwriter, the person behind "Heart on My Sleeve," also released a new A.I.-generated track that sounds like Travis Scott and 21 Savage.
Artists are the backbone of the music industry. And that industry — in terms of total artists, total songs released and total listening consumption — has never been bigger or more fractionalized than it is today. Independent artists face countless hurdles to succeed and get their voices heard — literally through their music and figuratively behind the scenes.
Even before the announcement of Hackney Diamonds, there have been key developments on the streaming front for the Stones. At the beginning of 2023, the band launched an official TikTok account, enabling creators around the world to access their full music catalogue for the first time.
In terms of releases, the major step was to bring a comprehensive catalogue title to streaming audiences.
We’ve written recently about Spotify’s efforts to accelerate the growth of its advertising business. Could cannabis be a part of that?
The music industry certainly finds itself at a pivotal crossroads where music companies will be forced to share their viewpoints on AI with various stakeholders throughout the industry — from artists and songwriters to investors, tech companies, and consumers — all poised to feel AI’s impact. If you are a music company involved in the ever-evolving AI conversation, here are some things to keep in mind while shaping your communications strategy.
In this future internet, web3, and metaverse technologies will transform how we engage with our favorite artists, musicians and sports stars. It'll give us more immersive gaming and entertainment experiences and new ways of consuming art. It will alter creative industries forever.
Wirelessly connect speakers to your TV and create an Atmos-enabled spatial audio setup without having to worry about power cables or speaker placement.
Headquartered in Los Angeles and Amsterdam, Muso.AI will leverage this partnership to expand into the Latin music market.
Those payouts have gone to more than 10,000 labels and artists signed over that decade, while Believe says that its APAC business has “grown around twice the market growth” over the last four years.
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