SoundCloud’s New Royalties Plan; Viberate: All Music Festivals Will Likely Have App by 2025; Capturing All the Value in Music
Fan-powered royalties are a new model of payouts that is driven directly by an artist’s fan base.
As live events will finally start to make a comeback, optimizing online communication efforts and costs will be crucial — and apps will be a vital part of that.
With the current and ongoing digital revolution creating a general optimistic scenery for the music industry to bloom in, global access to music gets spread continuously and at a faster pace than ever before.
Direct to the fan: websites are where the rubber meets the road for independent artists — theindustryobserver.thebrag.com
Much like the live music experience, there are opportunities in the online world for more direct and personal interactions via websites.
The recently launched streaming site that can be used on both Android and IOS operating systems is one of the first music sites with measures giving some protection and generating revenue for artists.
Video-sharing platform TikTok allows users to post their video creations — comedy skits, outfit collages, challenges and more — called “TikToks” for millions of other users to see.
The platform allows Berklee artists — and only Berklee students — to upload their work and have those works licensed into student films.
Twitch And Rolling Stone Launch New Music Streaming Channel — www.gamespot.com
Rolling Stone on Twitch will feature live music, industry news, artist interviews, and more.
New hires Liz Northeast and Alison Lamb strengthen company’s marketing & client services.
Mel Lewis is the latest BBC radio executive to make the move to the streaming giant.
Justin Kalifowitz, CEO of Downtown Music Holdings, paints a picture of how the music industry is changing.
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