SoundExchange says UK, France, Japan, Canada, AU, NL Underpay US Artists $170M Annually

SoundExchange toady filed comments asking the U.S. Trade Representative to take action against six countries that discriminate against American music creators. The six countries – UK, France, Australia, Japan, the. Continue reading

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Free Guide To Post-Brexit Info For Touring Artists Launches

A free independent resource has launched offering accurate information to musicians and other creatives on post-Brexit visas, work permits and taxes. “The aim of this website is non-political and non-profit,. Continue reading

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UK Spurns EU Copyright Directive: Square One For Value Gap In UK

According to recent reports, the UK will be eschewing implementation of the European Copyright Directive, putting it back to square one of the value gap as the country Brexits through. Continue reading

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FRI. BRIEF: 1T US Music Streams • New PRS Chair • See Acquires Starticket • More

FRIDAY 1.10.2019 • Music Business News From Across The Web Updated Continuously Under The More News Tab Above

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The 1975, Wolf Alice Label Dirty Hits Signs With Ingrooves

Dirty Hit, the hit UK indie label that launched the careers of The 1975, Wolf Alice, Pale Waves and Beabadoobee, has signed an exclusive global digital distribution deal with independent marketing services and distribution company. Continue reading

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Sony Music Launches New Children’s Label Magic Star

Sony Music UK has launched a new children’s entertainment label called Magic Star. Led by former NBC Universal executive Will Speer, the company’s will be to sign and develop artists. Continue reading

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Founder Benji Rogers and A PledgeMusic Staffer Respond To News That Artists Will Never Be Paid

After news broke yesterday that PledgeMusic had $9.57 million in debt and assets worth $25,000 leaving "little prospect" that artists and other creditors will be paid, Hyepbot heard from two. Continue reading

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MMF, YouTube Music Manager Grants, Accelerator Program Is Accepting Applications

The UK Music Managers Forum (MMF) and YouTube Music have opened applications for their unique grants and accelerator program for music managers.

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Sony Launches Spotify Data-Driven Personalized Merch For Bring Me The Horizon

Sony has launched a line of customized merch created by Spotify data for the fans of UK rock band . The ‘Amo in color’ initiative connects streaming with physical merch. Continue reading

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Fierce Panda Records: UK Label With Fresh Talent On The Roster [INTERVIEW]

ReverbNation recently sat down to chat with storied UK record label Firece Panda Records, a UK label with an impressive resume and some promising new artists on the docket, about. Continue reading

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