The launch of music locker services by online retailer Amazon and search engine Google opens a new round of discussion on the future of music distribution. Are cloud based music services the main business models of the future music industry or is it just a hype with a lot of hot air in the cloud?
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Sony Music Entertainment has invested a six-figure sum in ‘Europe’s largest live booking platform’ – startup gigmit, based in Berlin. Gigmit works with more than 40,000 registered artists every month across more than 1,500 international gigs of all genres. It has paid out nearly €5m in advertised sales since it was launched. “I am very … ContinuedThe post So […]
SoundExchange has submitted its rate proposal to the Copyright Royalty Board for Sirius XM’s satellite radio service for the period from 2018-2022. SoundExchange’s testimony, in the SDARS III rate proceeding, also covers rates for the US cable/satellite TV music services provided by Music Choice and Muzak. The CMO has submitted testimony from economists, oth […]