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Riot Games Expands Music, Gaming Partnership with BMG; Music Marketing Trends, Strategies For 2024; YouTube Unveils AI Music Experiments
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Riot Games has extended its global publishing administration deal and embarked on a new strategic partnership with BMG. The collaborative new venture between Riot and BMG will focus on signing and servicing songwriters to frontline publishing deals with BMG.
Today the platform is talking about the opportunities for artificial intelligence and music, as it unveils its first set of AI-related music experiments – Dream Track for Shorts and Music AI tools – built in collaboration with Google DeepMind.
Wired Masters has opened a new 9,000-square-foot mixing and mastering facility in Wimbledon.
From artificial intelligence to subscriber-only content, 2024 promises to be an exciting year for music marketing. Undoubtedly, 2024 will continue to build on the tech- and AI-driven paradigm shift that we started experiencing this year, with new and innovative changes that will transform the way we approach music marketing.
How often does a recommendation fall a little short – or be way off the mark – reminding us that AI technology still has a long way to go?
British Music rights management organization PRS for Music has moved its royalty payment database to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). Thus far, PRS has migrated payments for its 165,000 songwriters, composers and music publishers.
The partnership will see IDOL handle global distribution and marketing for Young Art Records’ catalogue and frontline releases, including new single Cakewalk from US rapper Cakes Da Killa.
The independent record labels, founded by legendary Mexican singer, songwriter and producer Pepe Aguilar, both have a focus on the Regional Mexican genre.
Apple’s latest marketing push for its Apple Music service is focusing on gamers: owners of Sony’s PlayStation 5 console.
The satellite radio giant's "Deep Tracks" was moved way up the dial, making it harder for fans to find their Foghat album cuts.
Sonos launched its Era 300 speaker earlier this year which it says delivers the “best experience for out loud spatial audio with Dolby Atmos”. The Beatles have embraced Dolby Atmos for the release of their final song, Now And Them, and new editions of their Red and Blue compilations.
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