Indie rock artist turned economics professor David Lowery on how the music industry got where it is today, where we’re headed next.
Posts Tagged ‘royalties’
To make the most of musical revenue, tapping into the global marketplace is more important than ever. TuneCore (NYC) has just increased worldwide royalty access for its Music Publishing Administration Group clients, with the announcement that it has signed four new strategic Sub-Publisher agreements. The four agreements and the territories they cover are expansive. They […]
We look at which producers, mixers, and engineers may benefit from management, and how they can get representation.
Could a new era of civility be dawning in the digital streaming space? A new agreement announced today by NYC-based ASCAP (American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers) and subscription music streaming service Rhapsody International Inc.may be pointing towards just such a development. The new accord provides Rhapsody with a two-year ASCAP license for 2012 […]
Mobile software platform developer Artist Growth and NYC-based BMI recently announced a new partnership which streamlines live performance royalties for musicians. According to Artist Growth this partnership is the first integration of its kind. It enables BMI artists to register for live performance royalties from any mobile device with the Artist Growth app as soon […]