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The Daily Biz – May 6th, 2020

Top medical officials in Australia say live events are off the table until 2021, at least. That’s in stark contrast to the U.S. governor of Missouri opening the state’s live events this week. Australia’s Top Medical Officer Says Festivals May Not Return Until 2022 Learning the secrets of music theory and the major scale can […]

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The Daily Biz – May 5th, 2020

The global recorded music market grew by over eight percent in 2019, to $20.2 billion, and there are now more than 340 million worldwide music-streaming service subscribers. There Are Now 341 Million Streaming Music Subscribers In the World Unsurprisingly, the current pandemic means more people than ever are glued to their phones, TVs, and computers, […]

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The Daily Biz – May 4th, 2020

Most people don’t need a survey to tell them that what they listen to or view is different today than before COVID. Our lives have changed so much in that time that it’s a given that our music consumption patterns have as well. Our Music Consumption Patterns Are Changing, But Will They Stay That Way? […]

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The Daily Biz – May 3rd, 2020

A never-before-heard Prince show on SiriusXM is now airing on a dedicated Prince channel. Unreleased Demo Prince Radio Show from 2005 Finally Airs – After 15 Years The sector is wrestling with issues such as staging plays with social distancing, or running rollercoasters half full Coronavirus poses huge threat to entertainment industry A new study […]

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The Daily Biz – May 2nd, 2020

In this piece, Virginie Berger argues that, rather than more technology, the music industry needs its major players to harness existing tech to create a system that distributes money to creators when and where they need it the most. Save The Music(ians), Not The Technology! Since 1995, many of us have dreamed of a world […]

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The Daily Biz – May 1st, 2020

On many levels, Amazon has already proven its worth in shaking up the music streaming business – not least because it offers the most diversified selection of subscription tiers to consumers. Amazon Music for Artists. Navigating to success on Amazon Just when you thought you’d got used to the NME being dead (in print form, […]

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The Daily Biz – April 30th, 2020

European indie body Impala has published its latest thoughts on the Covid-19 pandemic’s impact on the music industry. Impala publishes 10-step ‘recovery roadmap’ for music in Europe Reading is one of the most important activities a musician can engage in. It can stimulate your imagination, give you ideas for songs and even teach you valuable […]

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The Daily Biz – April 29th, 2020

It will be the first time the masthead has printed a local edition and arrives just as Rolling Stone Australia prepares to launch its first quarterly issue under new management. NME will launch an Australian print edition next month Virtual concerts are likely to become part of the new normal after COVID-19. Their marketing potential […]

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The Daily Biz – April 28th, 2020

There is no excuse for a musician to be bored during COVID-19, and we have a list of reasons why. The Cure for Coronavirus Boredom [VIDEO] The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has purchased a nearly $500 million stake in leading concert promoter Live Nation. Saudi Arabia Buys a $500 Million Stake In Live Nation On […]

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The Daily Biz – April 27th, 2020

While musicians are often celebrated for breaking into the industry and achieving success at a young age, there is a darker side to this coin where artists are often unfairly deemed “too old” to make it in the business. So how much is ageism really a problem in the music industry? Ageism In The Music […]

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