Blessed are the peacemakers…Sony shows leadership on artist rights once again.
The Copyright Royalty Judges do justice and reject the extension of frozen rates.
MusicFirst fights back against the broadcasters double talk at the Federal Communications Commission.
It is absurd that it is so difficult to get vinyl pressed when demand outstrips supply.
Bandcamp’s sale means achieving escape velocity from the streaming tractor beam of death got a little harder.
In order for an artist to give an informed consent to a pitch to lend your name to an NFT platform or promotion, or if an NFT promoter tries to sell artists on their NFT collection program, there are some issues that must be addressed satisfactorily.
Because of Spotify’s monopoly power and voting stock, Daniel Ek and his partner control streaming music.
Not only does Spotify fail the ESG test on environment, it’s a social dumpster fire.
Streaming is awful for the environment–uses vast quantities of energy requiring huge data centers. So how can any streamer pass the E test in ESG?
Economic indicators confirm that the plan to freeze mechanicals at 2006 levels looks more insane with each passing day.