How $17B Netflix Spending Spree Will Effect Music Sync

With Netflix set to spend $17 billion on original programming this year and the competition for video on demand continuing to heat up, it’s a good time for artists and. Continue reading

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Life Is Soon Going To Get Much Harder For Composers

For decades, many composers have relied on the back-end royalties provided to them when their music was aired on a television show. Now, thanks to changes in the regulations both. Continue reading

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Spotify To Be Focus Of Netflix Original Series

Netflix is planning to bring the story of how Swedish tech startup Spotify became the globe’s leading music streamer as part of its original content lineup. The limited series will. Continue reading

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What does Netflix know that its music counterparts don’t?

“Discovery is one of the core benefits that we provide to people. If we can get you to discover one new item of content that you absolutely love every single month, we’re pretty sure you will remain a user or customer with us for a very, very long time.”

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Musicians Union Demands Major Increase In Streaming Residuals with SAG-AFTRA Support

Musicians held rallies across the country calling for streaming residuals for music in television and film even as the American Federation of Musicians and the Alliance of Motion Picture and. Continue reading

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Spotify, Netflix Should Worry About A Global Recession

Spotify, Netflix and a select group of streaming services have experienced meteoric growth. But that growth – already slowing in some sectors – could be reversed if there is the. Continue reading

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Netflix Needs Music, But Music Is Fine Without It

After a lengthy amount of time atop the streaming roost, Netflix now faces a serious threat from its competitors, and is hoping that investing in the music industry by creating. Continue reading

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Watch Trailer For Bob Dylan’s ‘Rolling Thunder Revue’ Martin Scorsese Netflix Doc

“It wasn’t a success, not if you measure success in terms of profit,” Bob Dylan says of the 1975 Rolling Thunder Review tour in his first on-camera interview in over. Continue reading

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Facebook Struggles To Explain Why It Gave Spotify, Netflix Access To Private Messages

Facebook ramped efforts to justify sharing private messages with Spotify and Netflix, after backlash from a New York Times investigation that revealed the social network had been sharing private data. Continue reading

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Netflix To Release Fyre Festival Doc: Watch The Teaser

The failed Fyre Festival is the subject of a documentary to be released on Netflix next month. The doc “gives a first-hand look into the disastrous crash of Fyre as. Continue reading

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