Bandsintown, Google’s Waze Partner To Get You To The Show On Time

Global concert discovery and marketing platform Bandsintown has partnered with Google’s Waze navigation app to help concertgoers find the quickest route to the show. After fans buy tickets for the. Continue reading

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Sonos Sues Google Alleging Copyright Infringement Of Smart Speaker Tech

 Sonos is suing Google alleging copyright infringement of five patents for wireless speaker technology. In a separate suit filed this week, Sonos requested that the U.S. International Trade Commission issue. Continue reading

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Lyrics Site Genius Is Suing Google, LyricFind For $50M

[UPDATED] Lyrics site Genius is suing Google and lyric provider LyricFind for no less than $50 million for allegedly copying its song lyrics and using then in search results. In. Continue reading

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Why Musicians, Creators Should Care About The Supreme Court Case Google v. Oracle

Here Chris Castle breaks down why musicians and other creators should be concerned about Google v. Oracle – a supreme court case which, on it’s face, seems to revolve around. Continue reading

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10 Timesavers Made Possible By Google’s .New

9In the music industry, time is money, which means any time saving shortcuts are a welcome discovery. Here we look at the magic of .new, and how it can help. Continue reading

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Why You Need To Sit On Your Tracks Before Sending Them Out

Once you've invested your time and energy into cooking up the perfect track, your natural inclination may likely be to get it into the ears of your listeners as soon. Continue reading

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What You Need to Know About Music Modernization Act and CASE Act

The Music Modernization Act and CASE Act are two of the most important pieces of U.S. legislation for musicians in decades. This week Rachel Stilwell from Stilwell Law joins Michael. Continue reading

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How To Craft A Killer Facebook Video Marketing Strategy

While many artists may consider YouTube to be the go-to for video marketing, Facebook is actually a far more effective platform. Here we look at how to use Facebook to. Continue reading

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Music’s Discovery Problem Persists

With so much music spread across so platforms and playlists, artists are able to experience short-term success but are finding it difficult to build a sustainable career.

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How An Artist Grew To 500,000 Monthly Spotify Listeners Without The Use Of Playlists

In this piece, Ari Herstand walks us through the rise of Virginian hip hop artist Lucidious, and how he managed to go from about 150 monthly listeners to 500,00, without. Continue reading

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