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DMT 196: SESAC, NAB, Smule, Global Street Date, Artist Distribution

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This week on Digital Music Trends it was a real pleasure to welcome Emily White, co-founder of Whitesmith Entertainment and Kevin Wortis, head of label services at Girlie Action Media & Marketing.

We chat about SESAC’s latest announcements and the acquisition of Rumblefish, the NAB’s opposition to a review of the consent decrees, Merlin’s deal with Pandora, Smule’s new artist program and the potential adoption of a global street date for music releases.

We also discuss the latest developments in music distribution services for independent artists and the evolution of crowdfunding services.


I really hope you enjoy the show, have a great week and ’till next time.

Andrea Leonelli
http://www.digitalmusictrends.com
http://www.twitter.com/digimusictrends

DMT 119: Midem 2013, The Full Summary

This Week on Digital Music Trends we take a break from the traditional weekly panel based on the week’s news to showcase some of the interviews I recorded at Midem 2013.

The first part features some of the start-ups I met, so we’ll check out Spins.fm, Pulselocker, JoyTunes and Yasound.

In the second part we move onto more established players and here I’ll feature snippets from conversations I had with Lang Lang, Deezer’s CEO Axel Dauchez, Chris Wiltsee from Bandpage and Jez Bell fom Omnifone.

The third part is DMT’s very own Direct To Fan and Crowdfunding camp — where we hear from Pledge Music CEO Benji Rogers, Kevin Wortis from label services company Girlie Action, Emily White from Whitesmith Entertainment and David Balfour from Finetunes.

Drawing closer to the end we hear a few bits of news announced on the show by companies such as UrTurn, Musixmatch and Musicmetric.

Finally DMT 119 includes a snippet of my chat with Martyn Davies on Midem Hack Day and it ends with the thoughts of journalists, analysts, digital experts on the conference and the relevance of Midem in 2013.

I hope you enjoy the show and please email any feedback to digitalmusictrends@gmail.com

DMT 119: Midem 2013, The Full Summary

This Week on Digital Music Trends we take a break from the traditional weekly panel based on the week’s news to showcase some of the interviews I recorded at Midem 2013.

The first part features some of the start-ups I met, so we’ll check out Spins.fm, Pulselocker, JoyTunes and Yasound.

In the second part we move onto more established players and here I’ll feature snippets from conversations I had with Lang Lang, Deezer’s CEO Axel Dauchez, Chris Wiltsee from Bandpage and Jez Bell fom Omnifone.

The third part is DMT’s very own Direct To Fan and Crowdfunding camp — where we hear from Pledge Music CEO Benji Rogers, Kevin Wortis from label services company Girlie Action, Emily White from Whitesmith Entertainment and David Balfour from Finetunes.

Drawing closer to the end we hear a few bits of news announced on the show by companies such as UrTurn, Musixmatch and Musicmetric.

Finally DMT 119 includes a snippet of my chat with Martyn Davies on Midem Hack Day and it ends with the thoughts of journalists, analysts, digital experts on the conference and the relevance of Midem in 2013.

I hope you enjoy the show and please email any feedback to digitalmusictrends@gmail.com

DMT 119: Midem 2013, The Full Summary

This Week on Digital Music Trends we take a break from the traditional weekly panel based on the week’s news to showcase some of the interviews I recorded at Midem 2013.

The first part features some of the start-ups I met, so we’ll check out Spins.fm, Pulselocker, JoyTunes and Yasound.

In the second part we move onto more established players and here I’ll feature snippets from conversations I had with Lang Lang, Deezer’s CEO Axel Dauchez, Chris Wiltsee from Bandpage and Jez Bell fom Omnifone.

The third part is DMT’s very own Direct To Fan and Crowdfunding camp — where we hear from Pledge Music CEO Benji Rogers, Kevin Wortis from label services company Girlie Action, Emily White from Whitesmith Entertainment and David Balfour from Finetunes.

Drawing closer to the end we hear a few bits of news announced on the show by companies such as UrTurn, Musixmatch and Musicmetric.

Finally DMT 119 includes a snippet of my chat with Martyn Davies on Midem Hack Day and it ends with the thoughts of journalists, analysts, digital experts on the conference and the relevance of Midem in 2013.

I hope you enjoy the show and please email any feedback to digitalmusictrends@gmail.com