The music industry is constantly changing, so today we shine a light on a few important topics developing in the business. First we discuss the recent YouTube “adpocalypse” and how it affects artists’ revenues with Gray Gannaway of Quarterlab Consultancy. Then we hear from Mike Huppe, President of SoundExchange about their recent acquisition of CMRRA (Canadian Musical Reproduction Rights Agency). Finally, The Recording Academy’s Daryl Friedman gives us an update on what’s happening with issues and legislation that affects musicians, like the Fair Play, Fair Pay Act.
Gray Gannaway (Quarterlab)
Mike Huppe (SoundExchange)
Daryl Friedman (The Recording Academy)
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Marnie Stern “Ruler”
Summer Cannibals “Go Home”
Delta 5 “Mind Your Own Business”
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