REWIND: New music industry’s week in review

Get caught up in the music industry happenings by checking out this week’s news recap that includes posts about the Joe Rogan Spotify boycott, an upcoming live tour, and more.. Continue reading

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International Live Music Conference moved to April, due to Omicron surge

And so it begins, the International Live Music Conference (ILMC) is pushed to April due to the rise in recent Covid cases. By Ian Courtney from CelebrityAccess Organizers for the 34th. Continue reading

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Delivery-only ‘TikTok Kitchen’ chain opening soon

TikTok may be dominating not only social media, but also the culinary world soon with their new delivery-only restaurant chain. A guest post by Bobby Owsinski of Music 3.0. I. Continue reading

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YouTube Copyright Transparency Report misses a lot

Youtube’s Copyright Transparency Report numbers don’t quite add up according to the Electronic Frontier Foundation. By Katharine Trendacosta from the Electronic Frontier Foundation YouTube recently released a transparency report on the status. Continue reading

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REWIND: New music industry’s last week in review

This last week was jam-packed with music industry news, from NIVA offering members insurance, to a recent Youtube copyright claim report, to the decline in live show attendees, and more!. Continue reading

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NIVA begins offering members access to health insurance

Some big changes are in the making in the music industry this week. The National Independent Venue Association is now offering healthcare insurance plans to venue, promoter, and festival employees.. Continue reading

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Supply chain issues in 2022 that musicians need to know about

As everyone tries to get used to this ‘new normal’ that resulted from the recent pandemic, learn about which supply chain issues will affect your music career. A guest post. Continue reading

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REWIND: The new music industry’s week in review

This week, a lot is going on in the music industry, including TuneCore releasing a new music distribution option, artists like Justin Bieber receiving requests from the HRF, and much. Continue reading

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Human Rights Foundation requests Justin Bieber, others drop shows as 2021 Saudi Arabian Grand Prix

The Human Rights Foundation has called upon celebrities including Justin Bieber, David Guetta, Jason Derulo, and more to drop out of their scheduled shows in Saudi Arabia due to the. Continue reading

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REWIND: The new music industry’s last week in review

A lot happened this week from the tragic events at this year’s Astroworld to DMCA fraud, to new viral songs, and much more. Live Nation stock drops after deadly Travis. Continue reading

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