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Amazon calls inclusion on Notorious Markets list a
Major labels face tough questions and frank criticism at latest Parliamentary session on the economics of streaming
Artist and songwriter groups response to major label statements at select committee streaming inquiry
BPI cautions against radically changing a streaming model that is
RIAA says Yout lawsuit should be dismissed
Scruff Of The Neck launches live-stream partnership with Twitch tonight
Warner Music signs distribution deal with Sky Digital India
Spotify's podcasts gamble not paying off, says Citi
Epic brings its Apple beef to London
Judge refuses to cut the billion dollar damages Cox must pay the majors
Bandsintown launches subscription live music streaming service
Audible Magic buys MediaNet
UK music sales reached £1.55 billion in 2020
Playlist sponsorship added to Deezer's advertising options
One Liners: The Weeknd, Slowthai, Alice Glass, more
Major labels dominate most popular music of 2020
Music industry welcomes COVID support and copyright reforms contained in mega-bill passed by US Congress
YouTube says it has a
City Of London Police says stream-ripping operations could be liable for criminal copyright infringement
Indian rapper Raftaar releases new track in Fortnite
Dutch anti-piracy group takes Pirate Bay proxy guide offline
MLC calls on digital services to sign up to its new blanket licence
Yout.com amends its RIAA lawsuit, adds ways in which the labels caused it damage
Spotify launches a Songwriters Hub
Pacemaker DJ app relaunches with directly licensed music from Sony and Warner
DIY and state51 team up for new year livestreams
One Liners: Christmas number one, DJ Carnage, Eminem, more
RIAA boss leads with takedown-and-stay-down and some Twitter dissing in latest Congressional safe harbour debate
Beatport buys Loopmasters
Driift appoints General Manager for the US

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