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  1. Paul Vogel tackles user demand, podcasts and label negotiations in Goldman Sachs interview

    The post Spotify: ‘Owning’ discovery of music will lead to improved gross margin appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

  2. Daboh reports to George Ergatoudis, Head of Music at Apple Music UK

    The post Austin Daboh joins Apple Music as Head of Editorial for UK & Ireland appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

  3. Exec originally joined Warner Music Artist Services in 2009

    The post Warner Music Artist Services promotes Andrew Peterson to Vice President, Tour & Artist Services appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

  4. UMG also announces arrival of Ingrooves & Spinnup for the region

    The post Universal launches Def Jam South East Asia and Astralwerks Asia appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

  5. Exec was previously Head of Synch at Warner Chappell Music France

    The post Kobalt hires Sebastien Cayla as Director of Synch and Brand Partnerships, France & Belgium appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

  6. “Earth will be changed forever when Amazon introduces high quality streaming to the masses," says Neil Young

    The post As predicted, Amazon launches $15-per-month hi-def music streaming service, Amazon Music HD appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

  7. Fadil El Ghoul (aka R3HAB) released his debut album Trouble through his imprint CYB3RPVNK in 2017

    The post DJ and producer R3HAB signs with Virgin Records Germany/Universal Music appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

  8. Program provides artists with 12 months of marketing and editorial support

    The post UK artists Aitch, L Devine and Easy Life join Deezer NEXT 2019 development program appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

  9. Former Elektra Records Senior Vice President joins newly-formed agency

    The post BeSixth appoints Jon Leshay as Head of Global Strategic Partnerships and Branding appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

  10. "The problem for UK artists is that US-based companies naturally tend to favor their local repertoire... our view is that UK artists and songwriters deserve better than that."

    The post British music is losing its market power in the USA. Does BMG have the answer? appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.