BMI, UMG, Sony, WMG, ICM Join Growing List Of SXSW Cancellations

BMI has officially canceled its presence at SXSW, the performing rights said in a statement, joining a growing list of companies pulling out over coronavirus concerns. “Out of an abundance. Continue reading

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Top 10 Reasons To Attend ASCAP Experience 2020 [Beat The Price Increase]

ASCAP Experience is scheduled for April 1-3 in downtown Los Angeles and the newly refocused conference has a lot to offer. Here, ASCAP shares its top 10 reasons to attend: . Continue reading

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Record Label, Agency Travel Bans Slash SXSW Attendance

The music industry is eyeing a growing list of coronavirus related cancellations and carefully considering how to react. On Wednesday, Miami’s Ultra Music Festival scheduled for March 20-22 canceled over. Continue reading

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Apple, Netflix Join Companies Pulling Out Of SXSW 2020 Over Coronavirus Concerns

Apple and Netflix have joined a growing list of major companies pulling out of SXSW 2020 over coronavirus concerns. The annual event will draw several hundred thousand participants to Austin, Texas. Continue reading

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SXSW Will Go Ahead says Austin Public Health Chief

SXSW will proceed as planned despite concerns over the coronavirus, Austin public health officials said during a press conference Wednesday. “It’s important for us to remember at this stage that. Continue reading

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Amazon, Vevo, TikTok, Facebook, Twitter Join Growing SXSW Coronavirus Cancellations

A growing number of major companies are pulling out of SXSW due to concerns over the spread of coronavirus. The annual event will bring several hundred thousand participants to Austin, Texas. Continue reading

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Calls To Cancel SXSW Intensify As Facebook, Twitter Pull Out, 30K Sign Petition

The pressure to cancel SXSW over coronavirus concerns intensified this week with Twitter and Facebook issuing corporate travel bans including the gathering set to begin on March 11 and run. Continue reading

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OFFICIAL: Deborah Dugan Fired by Recording Academy

Deborah Dugan has been officially terminated by the Recording Academy after serving as its CEO and chairperson for just 5 months. In January she was placed on administrative leave after. Continue reading

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The Orchard, Sony Push Boundaries Of Music, Machine Learning With Multi-City Hackathon

Working to encourage teams of industry professionals to ideate and cultivate business solutions merging music and machine learning, The Orchard, Sony Music, and Amazon Web Services hosted their second annual. Continue reading

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Music’s Influence On Politics In 2020

In advance of the release of a Tribeca Film Festival documentary exploring how Jimmy Carter used music in his bid for the presidency, Jesse Kirshbaum looks at the role that. Continue reading

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