Tag: major label

Audio Creator Remuneration: DIY Artists Need x12.8 More Streams and Major Label Artists Need x91 More Streams to Earn the Same As Podcast Creators

Posted on 9th April, 2019 by Georgia Meyer in Ad Inventory, Creator Pay, Major Label, Media, Podcasters, Podcasts, Revenue, Sell Through Rate and Streaming Earnings

Podcasts are currently front of mind in the media landscape. The greatest gap in information knowledge for media professionals is understanding where podcasts fit into a unified media outreach strategy…

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‘Nice for What?’ and the Slow Death of the Album

Posted on 10th April, 2018 by Zach Fuller in Apple Music, Beggars Banquet, Death Of The Album, Drake, Independent Label, Island Records, Lp, Major Label, Music Business Models, Music Industry, Nice For What, Playlisting, Spotify, Streaming, Warp Records and Xl Recordings

I write this week’s blog conflicted between the music fan who grew up on the album and the MIDiA analyst looking at the numbers (an eternal struggle). Alongside the feature-length…

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