Bandsintown has helped 21,000 musicians promote 75,000 live streams for free

Music hub Bandsintown has empowered 21,308 musicians to promote 75,771 music live streams for free in the last 11 months. When the pandemic hit in March of 2020, Bandsintown quickly. Continue reading

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CreativeFuture prods Biden to adopt strong copyright agenda

CreativeFuture, a coalition of more than 560 companies in the creative sector has penned a letter to the Biden administration, urging them to support those creative industries hit hard by. Continue reading

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Clubhouse has a BIG problem (but we have the solution)

Clubhouse is turning into the must-have social media app of 2021 one, but the invite exclusive platform’s audio-only format is leaving those with disabilities behind. Guest post by James Shotwell. Continue reading

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Music For Black History Month: A data journey through Memphis, Baltimore, Detroit

In celebration of the culmination of Black History Month, Chartmetric takes us on a data-driven journey through the music of historically Black cities Detroit, Memphis, and Baltimore. Guest post by. Continue reading

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Court dismisses $50M Wixen vs Triller lawsuit on a technicality

A federal court in California granted social video app Triller’s request to dismiss a copyright infringement suit brought against it by Wixen Music Publishing, finding that, without any clarification as to when. Continue reading

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TOP POSTS: Last week’s most read posts on Hypebot

Some of the most read articles on Hypebot from the past week included a look at just how few artists crack $100k on Spotify, what you can do right now. Continue reading

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Last week in music industry commentary

Commentators in the thick of the industry this week shared their opinions and thoughts on whether digital audio will ever outperform the quality of analog, what the $424M MLC royalty. Continue reading

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REWIND: The new music industry’s week in review

In this flip back through the past week’s music industry news, we review Apple’s declaration that it will never have a free tier, Live Nation’s soaring stock (despite low revenue),. Continue reading

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Apple Music says it will never have a free tier like Spotify

Apple Music’s head of music publishing Elena Segal has confirmed that there will never be an Apple Music free tier. Segal made the statement at a UK government hearing into. Continue reading

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Music Tech Works launches a database to help identify rights holders for syncs

UPDATED: Being able to accurately find the controlling publisher and label information of a music track destined for syncing has been an issue plaguing the music industry for far too. Continue reading

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