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    The Truth About the Music Industry

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    only three major record labels who dominate the market today and only one other company is trying to make its way into the ring. Yet there are numerous small companies that distribute and sell CDs of bands whose names will never make it to the dinner table, let alone the bar stool, and they themselves will never be recognized beyond those who are part of the company. Furthermore the bands are even bought from the smaller companies before the band gets too big and the small label gets to be known

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    corporation is one of the world 's’ top three major record labels. It has about 28 percent of the total US album market share and earns yearly revenues of $1.5 billion dollars. The label has one of the most impressive catalogs globally which include superstars such as Lady Gaga, Justin Bieber, Avicii, Kanye West and Bon Jovi. Universal, like all the other major labels, has sub-labels. Def Jam Recordings and Island Records are a couple examples of the many labels that exist under UMG. The company 's main

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    distribution, professional production and artist development to client artists. Our services will maximize our artists’ ability to get lucrative contracts with major record labels by demonstrating their demand in the market. Our ability to prove to the entertainment industry a practical market demand minimizes the risks to record labels and provides a win-win situation for all parties. While maintaining an environment where creativity and technology converge, to produce high quality audio production

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    money in the pockets of many different record executives, but not as close to the amount of money it has put into the pocket of the artist behind the music. The topic of urban music as a big business and the evolution of music distribution from CDs and cassettes to digital streaming is an important semester long research topic because a large number of rappers have experienced failure in the music industry and if upcoming rappers had the specialized

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    the most popular artists on spotify and her songs were on 19 million playlists. It is also thought that taking her music catalogue from Spotify could be related with her own record label, Big Machine’s sale. As instant income from digital music download could be financially more beneficial, and increase value for her record label more than, “steady streaming” income. But for such popular artists like Taylor Swift, such streaming model earns millions. According to Spotify real life artist who wasn’t

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    raging between the music performers and big record labels. The battlefield is the Internet, and at stake is who controls the distribution of music. In the old days, the process went like this: singer to record label to distributor to retailer to media outlet (including dance clubs) to consumer. But advances in technology create what consultants call--hold your lunch, kids--a paradigm shift. Check it: artist to web site to consumer. Sure, the record label could have a say on this issue, but artists--including

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    Globalization and the Music Industry

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    In this paper I will review how globalisation has impacted the Music Industry in recent years, and in particular the US multi-national Universal Music Group (UMG). The term globalisation is defined as “the process by which businesses or other organisations develop international influence or start operating on an international scale” (Definition of globalization). People’s view of globalisation varies depending on a number of factors including where they live, their religion, social status, political

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    The Music Industry's Fear of the MP3

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    Corporate Fear of the MP3 The mp3 audio format is widely championed as the new great leveling format in the music business and the savior of local and unknown performers in the face of conglomerate-owned record labels, portrayed as giant, bloated entities who fear and despise the new format and seek to curtail its popularity and accessibility. In reality, the mp3 format is no different than previous innovations in portable recorded music software -- vinyl, cassette tapes, or compact discs all

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    Mp3 and the Music Industry Imagine a world where you did not go to the music store and buy a CD. You would have $15 extra in your pocket every time. Now you ask 'why would I not go out and buy CD's? I like to hear groups I like'. The answer is simple. There is something new out there in the world that makes it possible for you to never buy a CD again. There is only one catch: it's illegal. Illegal in the sense that you are committing copyright infringement every time you participate

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    challenges. Much has been said about how music piracy has decreased the revenue for some in the business. The Internet has revolutionized not only how music is made. It has affected economically the record companies the artists and those who listen to their music. In the Pre internet era record labels controlled the music industry. They produced, distributed and promoted the music. They were the middlemen between the creators of the music and the consumers. Naturally they received most of the profits

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