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Who’s Leading The Streaming Pack?

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L’industrie musicale ouest-africaine est en plein boom

Sony/ATV reveals upgrade to royalty reporting platform+”pdf*2″

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Apple owns $246bn in cash. What’s it willing to spend on ruling music?

Apple owns $246bn in cash. What’s it willing to spend on ruling music?The MBW Review gives our take on some of the music biz’s biggest recent goings-on. This time, we look at Apple’s ridiculous mountain of money, while ponder what it might splash it on. The MBW Review is supported by FUGA . Apple has enough spare money to buy the entire music business. Just like that. According to its latest financial results, Apple Inc currently has a fictional-sounding cash position of $246.1bn – 94% of which ($231.3bn) is held outside the US. Judging by market caps and public valuations, Apple could snap up Vivendi ( $23bn ), Sony Corp ( $38bn ), ,

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Sony Music earned $1.2bn from streaming platforms in 2016

Sony Music earned $1.2bn from streaming platforms in 2016Sony Music Entertainment generated 134.83bn Yen ( $1.24bn ) from streaming music in calendar 2016 – and 40.65bn Yen ( $372m ) in the three months to end of December alone. That means Sony’s recorded music division is now earning approximately $124m every month, $31m every week, $4m every day and $167,000 every hour from the likes of Spotify and Apple Music. This quarterly streaming haul of 40.65bn Yen was up 30.3% on the 31.2bn Yen ( $286m ) recorded in the same period of 2015. Physical sales were still the top money-maker for Sony Music labels across the whole of 2016, but only just. CD and vinyl generated 137.23bn Yen ( $1.26bn ) in the year – 1.8% (around $21m) more than streaming. In the three months to end of December, which includes the bumper Christmas gifting period, Sony’s physical recorded music sales stood at 44.97bn Yen ( $412m ) down 24.6% on the equivalent quarter in 2015. As for download? Anyone whose business is still heavily reliant on iTunes may be about to wince. Over the course of 2016, downloads accounted for 65.62bn Yen ( $605m ), or less than a fifth of Sony’s total recorded music […]

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Sony’s total revenue from 2008 to 2016 (in 100 billion Japanese yen / billion U.S. dollars)*

Edgar Berger quits Sony

 

WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD FOR SONY MUSIC AND SONY/ATV?

Sony Music Entertainment UK Ltd generated £198m in revenue over last financial year

All Three Major Labels, Pandora and RIAA Announce Support for Hi-Res Audio Streaming

Music streaming hailed as industry’s saviour as labels enjoy profit surge

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Hacked Sony Music accounts spread false news of Britney Spears’ death

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Pascal Nègre : « Je suis le coach personnel des artistes »

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This was Sony Music’s contract with Spotify


This was Sony Music\'s contract with Spotify
Over the last year the music industry has been in flux as artists, labels, and streaming services jockey over the best way to build the future of their business. Taylor Swift pulled her catalog from Spotify; Tidal launched a new platform owned by artists, not record companies; and Apple is preparing to muscle in on the market with its own offering. The one thing missing from much of this discussion has been the details on how deals get done between these groups, but that is no longer the case. More interestingly, the contract details how Sony Music uses a Most Favored Nation clause to keep its yearly advances from falling behind those of other music labels, how Spotify can keep up to 15 percent of revenues “off the top” from ad sales made by third parties, and the complex formula that determines how much labels get paid per stream. This contract — like every other contract involving a music label and a streaming service — has been secret until now. Given the myriad ways Sony Music came out as the winner, it’s worth asking who really should shoulder the blame for the lackluster streaming payments that artists like Swift […]

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