The Daily Biz – May 19th, 2020

The good news for Australia’s live music sector is that most fans will return to after the COVID-19 pandemic, but the bad news is that most of them are not quite ready.

Aussie audiences will return to concerts, but most aren’t ready yet


In an effort to combat the growing network of ‘pay-for-access’ piracy sites, AudioLock recently launched The Music Mission, bringing labels together to cut the pirates off at their source.

AudioLock Debuts Anti-Piracy Initiative – The Music Mission


There’s no doubt that physical distribution is still an important part of artist and label development. In this post, we’re breaking down some important details about physical distribution deals that you should know before you dive in.

The Finances of a Physical Distribution Deal


We’re all very well aware now of the ease with which artists can sit in their homes, performing for and chatting to fans via Instagram, YouTube, Facebook, Twitch or various other livestreaming platforms.

Artists and tech firms explore livestream possibilities


Nobody can know exactly what the overall financial impact of Covid-19 will be on the music industry in 2020, but that isn’t stopping analysts from guessing. Goldman Sachs made its prediction last week, and it’s a sobering one.

Goldman Sachs – ‘Global music revenue will drop by 25% in 2020’

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