Key takeaways from a recent report which assembles, for the first time, the global market revenue and percentage share of the independent music publishing sector.
The DCMS held the latest in a series of inquiries into the economics of streaming music on 19th January. Here are the most significant arguments and quotes with a publishing-centric focus.
A look at the 20 themes that defined a huge year in music publishing, from a pandemic-resilient acquisition market to an ever-evolving set of deals and investments.
From smart speakers and livestreaming to discovery algorithms and contextual playlists, we look at how music metadata is evolving with new technologies.
Recent figures released by the majors are giving the industry reason for hope, though societies warn that we may not know the extent of the pandemic’s impact for some time.
The new songwriting craft is fast outpacing the industry frameworks designed to support it. We take a look at how processes and structures are trying – and struggling – to play catch up.
Eamonn Forde examines the major driving forces behind the catalog gold rush and looks at what the future holds for this space.
Eamonnn Forde examines how the pandemic has accelerated the growth of the kids’ music sector & speaks to experts to find out what’s in store for the future.
Can livestreaming become an economically viable part of the music business in a post-pandemic world? Eamonn Forde investigates…
Eamonn Forde examines how the pandemic is affecting music royalties and speaks to experts to learn what this means for the future of the industry.
Current and former MPA executives Lucie Caswell and Jane Dyball discuss the challenges ahead for the successful implementation of the MLC.
Here is how the publishing world has risen to the threat and what it is doing to safeguard the business and its writers for the future.