When spreading the gospel of you latest release, you have to strike a delicate balance between full on promotion and cultivating a genuine connection with fans. One platform which makes this easier is Instagram, whose story feature allows artists to wear both hats. _________________________ Guest post by Chelsea G
Vox, Ma chorale interactive Un portail numérique gratuit pour développer la pratique chorale dans les écoles. Disponible dès le 20 septembre 2018 Radio France lance Vox, Ma chorale interactive, avec ARTE, son partenaire principal, la Sacem, et en collaboration avec le ministère de la Cultur
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The South African Music Business was the first major textbook on the South African music industries and has become a neccessary companion for everyone in the music biz. It explains the structure, law, finance, management and marketing of the the recorded music sector, live music sector and music publishing sector.
‘SoundCloud Weekly’ to bring users custom recommendations from service’s catalog of 180 million tracks
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Spotify a triplé sa limite de téléchargements par appareil pour écouter de la musique hors ligne. Désormais, vous pouvez stocker jusqu’à 10 000 chansons sur votre smartphone.
Trucs et astuces : vous souhaitez pouvoir regrouper tous les liens vers les sites d’écoute (Spotif, Deezer, Amazon, Apple Music, …..) voici un site gratuit qui vous le permet. https://songwhip.com . Simple et facile ensuite à partager.
Amazon is making its own recordings – and nailing down the exclusive on them – through its new Produced By… series.The retailer has this week released a number of new exclusive recordings by Grammy-winning artists including Al Green, John Prine and Margo Price, labelling them Amazon Originals.Like Spotify’s Spotify Singles, however, the recorded rights appear to be owned by the artist or their label.
Playlist doesn’t seem to be going away, and while landing on Spotify curated playlists may seem out of reach, their hardly the only option, with user-generated playlists often having hundreds of thousands of followers. Here we look at what artists need to do land spot on one of thes
Midem today publishes an exclusive white paper devoted to the music business in Africa.Its findings include:Potential for developing the continent’s music industry is massive, driven by cross-genre talent and a music-hungry fan base that is young and mobile-friendly. Major labels including Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment are showing renewed interest in doing business in Africa.
Artists, labels and governments need to improve understanding of the value of copyright, structure (or establish) their rights collection services and provide copyright protection.
The idea of creating a pan-African guild representing and promoting rights owners across Africa, providing a forum for cross-border discussion within the music business community and capable of lobbying at an inter-governmental level.Africa should launch more regional music streaming platforms carrying local artists.
There is a need to develop adequate concert venues and establish a network of talent agencies and management and simplify the movement of performing artists throughout Sub-Saharan Africa.
Live business is booming in Europe. Greenfield, indoor and street festivals, multi-day open air concert series, family shows, theater performances, real or electronic sports: fans have literally thousands of events to choose from.The offering ranges from gigantic 90,000-capacity flagship events such as Rock Werchter in Belgium to boutique festivals, like Summer Nights at the Bandstand in Glasgow, Scotland. The intimate 2,250 capacity series of twelve concerts just surpassed £1 million ($1.3 million) at the box office for the first time this year. The wealth of choices, combined with cheap flights, has fostered travel-happy festivalgoers. A recent survey by Festicket, based on an analysis of its own member base of over 1,000 festival partners and 2.5 million-plus users, showed a 29 percent increase in people going abroad to music festivals.
Lucky 13: What the music biz should do next after its Copyright Directive victory | opinion | Opinion | Music Week
The music industry is celebrating after its victory in the European Parliament, which voted in favour of the new Copyright Directive, including the controversial Article 13. But let’s not get carried away. Music Week unveils the steps needed to make sure the biz wins the war, not just th
Music subscribers grew by 16% in the first half of 2018 to reach 229.5 million, up from 198.6 million at the end of 2017. Year-on-year the global subscriber base increased by 38%, adding 62.8 million subscribers. This represents strong but sustained, rather than strongly accelerating, growth: 60.8 million net new subscribers were added between H1 2016 and H1 2017. This indicates that subscriber growth remains on the faster-growth midpoint of the S-curve. MIDiA maintains its viewpoint that this growth phase will last through the remainder of 2018 and likely until mid-2019.