Tag: Broadcast Music
Could ASCAP, BMI Consent Decrees Be About To End? Justice Dept. Antitrust Head To Speak At Publisher Conference
Makan Delrahim, head of the Justice Department's Antitrust Division, will be a keynote speaker at the National Music Publishers Association meeting. Delrahim recently revealed that hundreds of DOJ consent decrees. Continue reading
In a follow up to part one of this series, Justin M. Jacobson outlines some of the standard clauses that one might typically see contained in a music publishing company's. Continue reading
New Report Says Spotify Used “Pirated” MP3 Files To Launch Service and Why It Matters [DAVID LOWERY]
There has long been suspicion among some the music industry that piracy lies deep in the roots of Spotify since the streaming platform's inception. This theory which, has been lent. Continue reading
An upcoming book, "Spotify Teardown – Inside the Black Box of Streaming Music," aims to tell the company's history including some secrets' that the globe's biggest music streamer would apparently rather. Continue reading
A2IM Announces Indie Week 2017 Speakers: Pandora’s Westergren, SoundExchange’s Huppe, Merlin’s Caldas & More
A2IM has announced the lineup of keynote speakers and panelists for Indie Week in NYC June 5 – 8. Kicking off the event will be Pandora CEO and Founder Tim Westergren.
2017 is the year that Blockchain will become more of a tool than a theory. The technology, which allows seamless tracking of digital use has been called the savior of. Continue reading
SoundExchange has began distributing proceeds to featured and non-featured performers of a SiriusXM legal settlement for use of sound recordings that were created prior to February 15, 1972.
In this week's slew of useful advice for the independent, do-it-yourself musician, we deliver handy tips on how to become a better musician, why small goals can best for maximum. Continue reading
The Irving Azoff-founded performing rights organization GRM recently sued the Radio Music Licensing Committee on the grounds of antitrust violations, indicative of a rising tide of songwriters and performers seeking. Continue reading
BMI filed an action in Federal Rate Court today to set interim fees for radio stations represented by the Radio Music License Committee while BMI and the RMLC negotiate the. Continue reading