Thoughts On The Warner Music / Clear Channel Deal [OP-ED by Thirty Tigers’ David Macias]

(UPDATED) By David Macias, co-founder and president of Thirty Tigers. The deal between Clear Channel and Warner Music portends a future where the exposure via public airwaves and public bandwidth. Continue reading

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Clear Channel and Warner Music Ink Deal For Royalties, Promotion

Clear Channel, America's largest radio broadcast chain, and Warner Music Group have announced a strategic partnership that they say is aimed at driving digital growth, increasing radio listenership and "heightened. Continue reading

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NEWS BRIEF: Rhapsody Shakeup?, WMG Sucks Up To Clear Channel, Majors Sue SiriusXM, Toig Exits Muve & More

THURSDAY 9.12.2013  Music Business News & Views From Around The Web  CLICK HERE Updated Continuously @ Hypebot's More News Tab

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Atlanta’s First Music Startup Academy 10/4

Neurotic Media and NARM's digitalmusic.org, are bringing the Music Startup Academy to the GTRI Conference Center in Atlanta GA on Friday October 4th.  This full-day course is a strong industry primer. Continue reading

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Rapt.fm Launches Battle Rap Platform For Artist Discovery and Promotion

Rapt.fm launched to the general public in beta last night offering a place to battle rap online or to simply observe the competition. But Rapt.fm intends to be more than. Continue reading

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Warner/Chappell Strengthens Global Digital Team

Warner/Chappell, the music publishing arm of Warner Music Group, announced three key appointments today. Ann Sweeney has been named EVP Digital Strategy & Policy, expanding her global role. Stephen Dallas. Continue reading

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Warner Music Buys Russia’s Gala Records

(UPDATED) Warner Music Group extended it's global presence today with the acquisition the Gala Records Group, Russia's first privately own label and leading independent music group. The country has been a hotbed. Continue reading

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Major Chinese Music Sites Shift From Free

Several of China’s major online music websites have shifted from free, to a fee-based model for music downloads. According to Chinese news service Sina, major labels including Universal, Sony, and. Continue reading

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