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  1. Global deal sees Universal companies working across multiple rights for British star

    The post Universal and Elton John sign global deal covering records, publishing, merch and more appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

  2. Mike Easterlin and Gregg Nadel's new label group starts taking shape

    The post Elektra Music Group appoints Melanie Scull, Myra Dehais and Jason Martin to key roles appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

  3. Overall market up 10%, but streaming growth down on prior year in monetary terms, CD revenues down 42%

    The post US recorded music industry growth slowed in H1 2018 – with a dramatic fall in CD sales appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

  4. Trio will report to David Massey in New York City

    The post Arista Records hires Brian Vinikoor, Dee Heuvelings and Ethan Geltzer appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

  5. Daniel Ek's company takes on SoundCloud, TuneCore, CD Baby and others with major move

    The post Spotify opens the floodgates: artists can now upload tracks direct to the streaming platform for FREE appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

  6. New complex based at Kensington offices

    The post Warner/Chappell opens recording studio complex in London appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

  7. Six artists offered recording facilities, access to creative talent and industry execs

    The post Platoon expands into South Africa with the development of Cape Town Creative Lab appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

  8. Two Sony-signed artists join roster

    The post Funded by Sony, Popular Demand Management launches in Norway appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

  9. Licensed and monetized streams to be published in the charts on Friday, September 21

    The post SoundCloud data added to UK and Ireland’s Official Charts appeared first on Music Business Worldwide.

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