What is behind the recent flurry of activity? And what does investment in film and TV music offer that chart-oriented investments do not?
AI is arguably the hottest topic in the music industry right now. We explore the copyright implications and potential licensing frameworks for AI generated music.
As data volumes continue to explode in the digital age, we examine the evolving royalty admin challenges for music publishers.
Tracking production music’s impressive growth and the technology solutions that are propelling this sector forward.
Why is music clearance becoming increasingly complex and what are the solutions? Eamonn Forde investigates.
As the media and entertainment landscape continues to evolve, Eamonn Forde explores the impact on sync licensing fees and budgets.
How financially secure can the music publishing world allow itself to feel in the streaming age? Eamonn Forde investigates.
Licensing, Lawsuits and Revenue Sharing: Meta’s Evolving Relationship with the Music Industry
From litigation to expired licensing deals and the announcement of a new revenue share model, it’s been an eventful week for Meta.
As the major music companies continue to develop their Web3 strategies, Eamonn Forde explores the significant potential for revenue generation and industry growth.
Revolution Indie Air: Independent Music Publishers Call for a Greater Share of Streaming Revenues
IMPF’s Global Market View report examines the independent music publishing sector in 2021 and calls for a re-slicing of the digital pie.
A look at the key themes and trends (as well as the deals) that defined the year and that will directly shape what happens in 2022 and beyond.
The Lucrative Afterlife of Music Estates – Heirs and Their Struggle Over Termination Rights
Termination rights give authors and their heirs the opportunity to recapture ownership of their copyrights, though the process is often complex and arduous.