Tag Archives: Licensing

DMT 105 – Deezer’s round, Soundcloud & Getty, Last.fm, Pandora’s (cash) box

This week on Digital Music Trends Andrea Leonelli (@digimusictrends), Stephen O’Reilly (@steoreilly) and Darren Hemmings (@mr_trick) talk about Deezer’s new round of funding, Pandora’s royalties revelations, Soundcloud partnering with Getty to offer licensing opportunities to its users, Last.fm’s earnings, the Redigi case on second hand music and much more!

Here’s a link to the week’s Shownotes with links to all the stories that we used as reference as well as the stories that we didn’t manage to talk about and some random link thrown in at the end: http://bit.ly/DMT105notes



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

Best,

Andrea Leonelli

http://www.digitalmusictrends.com

DMT 98 – Cuesongs

This week on the show an interview with Ed Averdieck CEO and Co-founder of CueSongs. CueSongs is a start-up that aims to make it easier to license commercial music for video (be it a documentary, a movie, a commercial or a school project).

http://www.cuesongs.com

On the show I also talk about the Music4.5 event on Mobile Music that I attended in London last Thursday (www.music4point5.com), some great speakers with subjects spanning from mobile gaming to making music on mobile devices.

Hope you enjoy the show!

DMT 98 – Cuesongs

This week on the show an interview with Ed Averdieck CEO and Co-founder of CueSongs. CueSongs is a start-up that aims to make it easier to license commercial music for video (be it a documentary, a movie, a commercial or a school project).

http://www.cuesongs.com

On the show I also talk about the Music4.5 event on Mobile Music that I attended in London last Thursday (www.music4point5.com), some great speakers with subjects spanning from mobile gaming to making music on mobile devices.

DMT 85 – Looking at the Featured Artists

This week on the show an interview with Mark Kelly, the CEO of the Featured Artists Coalition (FAC) & also well known as the keyboard player in the band Marillion.

In the interview we talk about the FAC and its main objectives, the challenges that are facing featured artists in navigating the digital domain both in terms of managing new revenue streams and managing their own presence online as a brand, pan-european licensing and the shift in mindset from rights-holders as the perceived value of music slips.

Episode 85 – Looking at the Featured Artists by digitalmusictrends


This week’s show is not all about digital music technology but I think it’s important to take a step back every now and again and look at where artists are going to fit in this huge puzzle of digital music services.

Links:

www.thefac.org

www.featuredartistcoalition.com

www.twitter.com/featuredartists

Have a great week and ’till next time

Andrea Leonelli

www.digitalmusictrends.com

www.twitter.com/digimusictrends

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DMT 85 – Looking at the Featured Artist Coalition

This week on the show an interview with Mark Kelly, the CEO of the Featured Artists Coalition (FAC) – also well known as the keyboard player in the band Marillion.

In the interview we talk about the FAC and its main objectives, the challenges that are facing featured artists in navigating the digital domain both in terms of managing new revenue streams and managing their own presence online as a brand, pan-european licensing and the shift in mindset from rights-holders as the perceived value of music slips.

This week’s show is not all about digital music technology but I hope that it will be appreciated by the many artists who listen to the podcast!

www.thefac.org

www.featuredartistcoalition.com

www.twitter.com/featuredartists

Have a great week and ’till next time

Andrea Leonelli

www.digitalmusictrends.com

www.twitter.com/digimusictrends