Young vs. Rogan: Spotify chose audio over music, but even bigger decisions lie ahead [mark Mulligan]

“For a company that still makes more than 95% of its revenue from music, that is a big call,” writes MIDiA’s Mark Mulligan on Spotify’s decision to support Joe Rogan. Continue reading

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Neil Young wants his music pulled unless Spotify bans Joe Rogan’s vaccine misinformation

“They can have (Joe) Rogan or Young,” Neil Young wrote in a since deleted letter to his manager, an executive at his label Warner Music and Spotify. “Not both.” “I. Continue reading

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YOUR MORNING COFFEE PODCAST: Music industry innovation • payola allegations • the CD revival • more

Episode #76 of Jay Gilbert and Mike Etchart’s podcast “Your Morning Coffee: Weekly News for the New Music Business” is now live. Episode #76 On this latest episode of the. Continue reading

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SyncFloor is working to simplify music licensing

Kirt Debique, the CEO and CTO of SyncFloor.com, joins Michael Brandvold and Jay Gilbert on the Music Biz Weekly podcast to discuss how his company is working to make it. Continue reading

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Your Morning Coffee Podcast #75: Catalog music • Major label revenue • Awards in the age of Spotify Wrapped • more

Episode 75 of Jay Gilbert and Mike Etchart’s podcast “Your Morning Coffee: Weekly News for the New Music Business” is now live. Episode #75 On this latest episode of the. Continue reading

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Wolfgang Van Halen proves why respecting your fans is so important

Wolfgang Van Halen has used his social channels to be less than kind to fans before, but a new Twitter thread seems to have gone too far. Michael Brandvold and. Continue reading

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Chartmetric founder Sung Cho on the future of music data and more

On this special episode of the How Music Charts podcast, Chartmetric Founder and CEO Sung Cho shares wisdom, entrepreneurial advice, and predictions on the future of music data analytics. By. Continue reading

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How to get music featured on podcasts

Podcasts offer opportunities to get your music played. But the best ones to submit music to aren’t necessarily music-related podcasts, which get buried with submissions. A guest post by Randy. Continue reading

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Double Elvis to launch LUST FOR LIVE audio network connecting fans with local music, events

Double Elvis, the company behind hit podcasts like DISGRACELAND, BADLANDS, and 27 CLUB is launching a new local audio network under the umbrella, LUST FOR LIVE.

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DICE’s Russ Tannen on disrupting live music

On this episode of “How Music Charts: A Chartmetric Podcast,” Russ Tannen, the president of DICE, reveals how his platform is helping independent venues and artists get back on their feet.

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