Incorporating a deceased superstar into a live performance is more complicated than simply knowing whom to contact to clear the various rights, particularly if you are messing with that superstar’s image.
The more things change in the music business, the more they stay the same. That holds true for record deals and music licensing. Nowadays, instead of selling your soul to the devil, you can license it.
Date: Thursday, December 8, 2011 | 7:45 am Location: The Conference Centre at the Ontario Bar Association, 20 Toronto Street, 2nd Floor, Toronto Agenda: 7:45 am – 8:00 am Registration and Light Breakfast 8:00 am – 9:15 am Program followed by…
Fingers pointed in all directions, the music industry has been assessing its shortcomings again this week. Chart numbers are setting all time lows and the rise in digital sales is cooling.
Does Google read your email? Perhaps, but Google is not nearly as big a concern as that pimply faced IT kid over in cubicle 37 at the office.
Social media is unstoppable and is creating a phenomenon know as the mega personality, which has the potential to cause unprecedented head butting, and headaches, as our social space becomes more crowded.
Seeing as WMC (Winter Music Conference in Miami, FL) is through I won’t add it to my list, therefore leaving space for other honorable mentions… (special thanks to Tanaz Irani, Tanz Agency for creating this list). 1. Movement, aka DEMF…
Just as the Internet has given us give the tools to set ourselves free, we clamor to constrain ourselves.
The current crisis mentality the in the Canadian broadcast industry is in turn fostering cynicism, animosity and a risk of a rush to the exit for advertisers.
Issues and implications of copyright in music (specifically, musical samples) through the history of the “Amen Break,” a six-second drum sample.