With lyrics becoming more commonplace in artist merchandise, Eamonn Forde takes a look at the business and opportunities associated with this area of music licensing.
Eamonn Forde looks back on the past year in music publishing, from major deals and the booming catalogue acquisition space to ongoing disputes with DSPs.
Eamonn Forde takes a look at the booming catalogue acquisition landscape and the investors involved, both within the industry and outside of it.
PRS’s Tim Arber talks to us about the development of the dashboard, how it works, where it fits into the wider marketplace and how it will expand next.
Eamonn Forde looks at the ethical concerns and questions surrounding the use of Gary Glitter’s ‘Rock & Roll Part 2’ in Joker.
The kids music market is booming. Eamonn Forde takes a look at how labels, publishers, DSPs and more are taking advantage of this increasingly powerful demographic.
Eamonn Forde takes a look at the issues associated with dance/electronic music royalties and the technology solutions and initiatives being employed in the space.
Eamonn Forde takes a look at why data apps and analytics for songwriters and music publishers should be more of a priority for DSPs.
Eamonn Forde investigates the deals, licensing and technology behind hologram tours, the financial benefits they bring to the industry, and the ethical considerations involved in this controversial concert format.
Eamonn Forde looks at the curent state of lyric licensing and discovers why lyrics never been more important – and never more contested – than they are today.
Eamonn Forde takes a closer look at the music-podcast landscape and speaks to experts in the field about the opportunities and challenges ahead…
Eamonn Forde takes a look at why labels and publishers are trying to negotiate better deals with the platform, and why exposure alone is not sufficient currency.