Pass The Mic: Karaoke Mode Likely Coming Soon To Spotify

It looks like live music could be returning – to your living room. A recently leaked screenshot gave us a sneak peak at what appears to be a new karaoke. Continue reading

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Did Facebook, Instagram Actually Ban Music Livestreams? [Video]

The devastation which coronavirus has wrought on the live entertainment industry has left the music business understandably skittish, so it’s no surprise that an upsettingly vague announcement from Facebook that. Continue reading

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Is It Time For Music Industry To Rethink Its Relationship With Gaming? [Karol Severin of MIDiA]

Music consumption, particularly in the West, is commoditized. Transforming from the economies of ownership to access and the removal of production and distribution barriers led to the devaluation of, not. Continue reading

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Spotify Calls On Authorities To Stop New Apple Music, Apple One Bundles

Spotify opened a new front in its war with Apple calling on government regulators to stop them before the launch. Apple One offers customers Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade,. Continue reading

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Apple One Bundles Combine Apple Music, Apple TV+, More

As anticipated, Apple has launched Apple One, bundled discounts to Apple Music and its other popular services. Apple One offers customers Apple Music, Apple TV+, Apple Arcade, iCloud, and more. Continue reading

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Music Industry Growth Continues Amid Catastrophic Global Pandemic

Concerts and tours have obviously remained on pause while the pandemic rages on, but the music industry as a whole has continued to see some remarkable growth, particularly in the. Continue reading

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Will Facebook’s New Music Terms of Service, Algorithm Upset Artists and Hurt Copyright Law?

Music attorney Andrew Rossow, Esq. and indie rapper Rami Matan Even-Esh aka Kosha Dillz investigate Facebook’s new music terms of service that arrive alongside the platform’s new “free” ticketed livestreams.. Continue reading

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Sync Licensing: How Does It Work?

As part of Disc Makers’ ongoing series on rights and royalties, Tony van Veen here unpacks sync licenses, how they work, and how indie artists can get a piece of. Continue reading

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Your Morning Coffee Podcast: Top 1% Of Artists, Vinyl Surges, Spotify Blames Labels & More [Episode 5]

In a new weekly episode of Your Morning Coffee: Weekly Music News for the New Music Business with Jay Gilbert and Mike Etchart is out. Episode #5 Highlights In this week’s. Continue reading

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MON. BRIEF: TikTok Links With Oracle • Vinyl Outsells CDs • Live Music’s Future • More

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