Tag Archives for " Sony Music "
Here’s the Music Industry News Roundup for the week of February 3rd, 2017. This has been a big week for social media changes, but there are still some interesting record label-related developments. Let’s get into it. Sony earned $1.2 billion from streaming last year. It still made more from physical sales, but not by much. Streaming is changing […]Continue reading
Here’s the Music Industry News Roundup for the week of January 20th, 2017. We’re back in the swing of things as everyone hits the ground running in the new year. Here are some of the news highlights for the week. There’s speculation that Sony Japan is tiring of the entertainment business and might now want to sell […]Continue reading
Here’s the Music Industry News Roundup for the week of November 11th, 2016. The news was rather slow this week, probably due to the election. That said, there’s still plenty of news, especially on the record label front. Let’s get into it. Universal Music’s streaming revenue has topped $1 billion this year already. And streaming is just getting […]Continue reading
Here’s the music industry news roundup from the week of Sept 30th, 2016. There’s a wide range of topics this week that run the gamut from album sales to social networks to acquisitions to bankruptcy, so let’s get to it. Adele gets her second Diamond album in the US. Her album 25 just went past the 10 […]Continue reading
Here’s theÂ music industryÂ news roundup from the week of Sept 23rd, 2016. Streaming in the news again, but what else is new. It at the heart of the music industry’s evolution right now Don’t be surprised to see cheaper pricing tiers at all of the services, not that the barriers have been broken. Universal and Sony […]Continue reading
Here’s theÂ music industryÂ news roundup from the last week.Â There’s good news and bad news, and some things to keep an eye out for to see how they play out in the future. Let’s get into it. Sony Music buys Ministry of Sound. MoS is known for their compilations, which don’t play well in the streaming world […]Continue reading