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CMU Podcast: Digital music transparency, T In The Park, YouTube, Justin Bieber

By and | Published on Friday 2 October 2015


CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review the week in music and the music business, including France’s new government-led initiative on transparency in digital music deals, controversy over the funding of T In The Park, rumours on YouTube’s music streaming plans, Amazon Prime Music’s Universal Music deal, and Justin Bieber’s thoughts on life, the universe and everything. The CMU Podcast is sponsored by 7digital.

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Stories discussed this week

French government launches code promoting “clarity and fairness” in digital music
• Dan Le Sac Writes: Geoff Barrow says he made £1700 from 34 million streams. Let’s do maths!
T In The Park funding to be challenged in Scottish Parliament
Music Key may be part of wider YouTube subscription service
Amazon signs up Universal to Prime
Justin Bieber was always the greatest living human. May be the messiah.

CMU Approved

• Emmecosta
Esther Joy Lane

What we didn’t have time to talk about

Zane Lowe “not sure” if Apple Music needs Beats 1
British Eurovision song choice to go back to public vote
SFX reportedly considering fire sale
vKontakte ordered to beef up its takedown system
• Aldi launches streaming service in Germany
Vladimir Putin calls Elton John (really this time)

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