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Triller responds to Sony Music lawsuit
Merlin announces deal with VR fitness app Supernatural
Spotify still market-leader in premium streaming, though Chinese services scoring impressive growth
Apple Music unveils new karaoke service
SoundCloud partners with Third & Key
Triller removing music from its app as label deals expire or are
Parler confirms Kanye West deal is off as rapper says
Merck Mercuriadis criticises CMA for
Fire Records partners with IDOL
CMA concludes that competition issues are not creating challenges for music-makers in the streaming economy
Judge declines to dismiss Epidemic Sound's lawsuit against Meta
Warner sues make up brand Iconic over unlicensed music in social media videos
Human error to blame for Donald Trump’s name being inserted into Elton John lyrics in livestream subtitles
Universal launches classical music subscription service around its Deutsche Grammophon label
One Liners: Jungkook, Iggy Azalea, Burna Boy, more
US judge declines to set aside Slacker ruling ordering it to pay $9.7 million to SoundExchange
Entrepreneur behind Kanye West's Stem player discusses working with his now ex-business partner
Setlist: MPs ask for an update on the
Music consumption at all time high powered by streaming and video apps
Apple and Epic back in court in App Store rules dispute
Spotify starts testing User Choice Billing on Android devices
Doja Cat is no longer known as Christmas on Twitter, after Elon Musk saves the day
Italian court upholds web-blocking order against Cloudflare's DNS resolver
One Liners: Economics Of Streaming, Slowthai, The Flaming Lips, more
YouTube has 80 million premium subscribers
Setlist: Has music copyright “never had it so good”?
US record industry wins $46.8 million in damages in latest ISP copyright case
RIAA seeks to get its legal costs covered in ongoing Yout dispute
Women make up just 15% of top songwriters, new report finds
Amazon shuffles its Prime Music offer, full 100 million track catalogue now available

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