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Ancien Directeur de Wallonie-Bruxelles Musiques, bureau export et secrétaire de l'association internationale des experts culturels francophones. conseiller indépendant.

Online video ‘value gap’ severely damages streaming payouts in France

According to figures communicated by BPI and Snep, roughly the same number of music streams were played in the UK and France in 2015: 54 billion in the former, 50 billion in the latter.

Yet when you crunch these numbers further, something isn’t right.

In 2015, the UK’s 53.7 billion streams consisted of a 50 – 50 split between audio and video.

Yet in France, the breakdown between audio and video streams was an unbalanced 35% – 65% split in favour of video.

Source: www.musicbusinessworldwide.com

DAO, la première société de financement participatif dématérialisée grâce à la blockchain

DAO est présenté comme un modèle pour un nouveau type d’organisation, créé et exécuté à l’aide du logiciel blockchain plutôt que par des structures d’entreprise classiques. Elle change de paradigme dans l’idée même de l’organisation économique, puisqu’elle offre une transparence complète, le contrôle total des actionnaires, de la flexibilité, ainsi qu’une gouvernance autonome, car l’ensemble des opérations et décisions sont inscrites dans le code source de la blockchain, elle-même régie par la technologie algorithmique. N’importe qui peut donc investir dans DAO.

Source: www.letemps.ch

DAO, la première société de financement participatif dématérialisée grâce à la blockchain

C’est une révolution cryptographique née au début du mois de mai qui repense en profondeur la structure de l’entreprise et des échanges économiques. Ce bouleversement a un nom: DAO. Un acronyme pour Distributed Autonomous Organization derrière lequel se cache la première société d’investissement entièrement autonome et décentralisée fonctionnant grâce à la blockchain, c’est-à-dire la technologie algorithmique sur laquelle reposent les crypto-monnaies comme le Bitcoin ou l’ether.

Source: www.letemps.ch

YouTube is paying less than £0.0009 per stream to UK record labels 

We got good news back in January when we learned that, at a retail level, the UK’s recorded music industry grew 3.5% in 2015.

Today, a reality check: the money which then made its way to labels from sales and streaming actually fell 0.9% in the year to £688m ($1bn), says the BPI.

When performance rights are folded in, total label income did rise by a sliver (0.6%) in 2015 – some positive news, but meager consolation when new startling figures about YouTube are considered.

According to the BPI’s new Music Market 2016 yearbook, 26.9 billion video streams of music (across YouTube and Vevo) were measured by the Official Charts Company in 2015, up 88% on the year before.

Meanwhile, audio streams grew at a slightly slower pace. They were up 82% to 26.6bn streams.

That meant Vevo and YouTube were responsible for more than 50% of all on-demand music streams in the year – up on the 49% these services claimed in 2014.

Source: www.musicbusinessworldwide.com

SoundCloud 101: Monetization and SoundCloud Go 

SoundCloud Go is a whole new way to make revenue for your tracks and will help get your music out there since it is a subscription based service. With that said though, that means that potentially there is confusion over some material showing up in your profile without you uploading it and other concerns and questions.

This post has been prepared to make you understand the entire situation as a whole.

Source: blog.symphonicdistribution.com