As the major music companies continue to develop their Web3 strategies, Eamonn Forde explores the significant potential for revenue generation and industry growth.
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.
Termination rights give authors and their heirs the opportunity to recapture ownership of their copyrights, though the process is often complex and arduous.
As CISAC releases its latest figures, Eamonn Forde examines how the music publishing industry fared during the pandemic and where future growth lies.
Inefficient cue sheet administration is a huge legacy problem for the music industry, but major steps are being taken to modernise the process for the digital age.
The peermusic Neighbouring Rights team discuss the latest developments in this growing sector and delivering a top tier service to their clients.
- Analysis Interviews
BMG COO Ben Katovsky on the streaming economy, where growth lies for music publishers, and why we’re seeing an “arms race of fairness” among the industry’s biggest players.
We take a look at what the report’s recommendations mean for songwriters and music publishers, and how the music publishing community has responded so far.
As more artists explore the sale of their music rights and royalty streams as NFTs, Eamonn Forde examines the potential benefits and current limitations.
We examine the unique challenges associated with administering film and TV music catalogs, from soundtracks to production music cues.
We examine the progress being made with regards to cleaning up music rights data and look at industry-wide solutions and initiatives.