Tag: Taylor Swift

Take Five (the big five stories and data you need to know) August 23rd 2019

Posted on 23rd August, 2019 by Mark Mulligan in Apple, Apple Tv_, Google Chrome, Google Privacy, Greek Football, In Game Concerts, Korn Virtual Gigs, Lover, Paok, Privacy Sandbox, Sport Licensing, Taylor Swift, Taylor Swift Pre Sales, UMG and Universal Music

Taylor Swift, pre-sale love: Taylor Swift tends not to adhere to prevailing industry trends. As a millennial artist with a strong Gen Z following, streaming should rightly be the core of…

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Creator Support: A New Take on User Centric Licensing

Posted on 26th April, 2019 by Mark Mulligan in Amuse, Artist Streaming Income, Artists, Billie Eilish, Circa Waves, Deezer, Indie Labels, Keywords: User Centric Licensing, Kobalt, Label Services, Lauv, Major Labels, Patreon, Rex Orange County, Spotify, Streaming Income, Streaming Licensing, Streaming Royalties and Taylor Swift

User-centric licensing (i.e. stream pay-outs based on sharing the royalty income of an individual user split across the music they listen to) has stimulated a lot of debate. I first explored…

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Taylor Swift, Label Services and What Comes Next

Posted on 22nd November, 2018 by Mark Mulligan in #MERKY, ADA, Billy Bragg, Cooking Vinyl, Janet Jackson, Label Services, Label Services Deals, Major Labels, Majors, Martin Goldschmidt, Nick Cave, Pete Jenner, Record Labels, Rick Astley, Stormzy, Taylor Swift, UMG, Universal Music, Universal Music Group, Vivendi, Warner Music Group and WMG

Taylor Swift has done it again, striking a deal with UMG that includes a commitment from the world’s largest label group to share proceeds from Spotify stock saleswith artists, even…

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