MONDAY 13 OCTOBER 2014
TODAY'S TOP STORY: Simon Cowell's current alliance with Sony Music is reaching its conclusion - a five year deal having been struck in 2010 - and, according to the Financial Times. The 'X Factor' guru seems set on continuing to work with the major on his recorded music ventures, he might look to forge a different partnership for his TV assets, which have apparently generated $374 million in revenue during... [READ MORE]
 
TODAY'S APPROVED: Weird is so 'in' in pop right now, and so into this post-'Chandelier/'Fancy'/'Royals' chart-scape, drops 'Froot', the tempting first single by Marina Diamandis, aka Marina And The Diamonds, in a long time. Sloshing over with a disco-rhythmic stomp and all the possible lyrical flips on fruit ripening and souring v love blossoming and fading (and shepherd's pie... erm, being hot and then... cooling)... [READ MORE]
TOP STORIES Simon Cowell considering alternative partner for Syco TV business, says FT
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LEGAL Copyright education should begin with the rights owners, says CMU Business Editor
Mike Weatherley stands down as IP Advisor to the PM
Paul Gambaccini will not be charged over assault claims
Justin Timberlake and wife suing Heat mag
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DEALS Universal Music Publishing signs Neil Diamond
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LIVE BUSINESS Man suffers fractured skull after Rock City balcony fall
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BRANDS & MERCH NFL fines player $10,000 for wearing Beats headphones at press conference
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DIGITAL & D2F SERVICES SoundCloud posts rising losses
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GIGS & FESTIVALS Slipknot announce UK shows with Korn
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ONE LINERS Manimal Label Group, StubHub, MOBOs, Mercury and more
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AND FINALLY... Neil Young rules out Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young reunion
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Simon Cowell considering alternative partner for Syco TV business, says FT
Simon Cowell's current alliance with Sony Music is reaching its conclusion - a five year deal having been struck in 2010 - and, according to the Financial Times. The 'X Factor' guru seems set on continuing to work with the major on his recorded music ventures, he might look to forge a different partnership for his TV assets, which have apparently generated $374 million in revenue during the current contract period.

Cowell seemingly told the FT that there was not "really a part of Sony that can deal with all we're doing", ie music and television simultaneously, though whether that meant working with another big media player on the latter, well, "I guess a lot rests on what other companies perceive as the value of Syco Entertainment". Which sounds rather like a call for big telly show makers to get in touch.

Of course, while Sony Music - beyond Syco - is first and foremost a music company, the wider Sony business is very much in the television and film game through its mainly US-based studios. Though some insiders say that Syco, sitting within Sony Music, hasn't always had the smoothest of rides with other Sony divisions when partnerships have been pursued. Which may or may not refer to the One Direction movie, which Sony Pictures distributed.

Nevertheless, Sony Music chief Doug Morris is quoted by the FT as saying he hopes Syco will renew its full partnership with his company, telling reporters: "I want all of Simon here". Though he added: "I like him very much and I would not want him to stay if it was not the right place for him".

Arcadia Group boss Philip Green seemingly continues to advise Cowell on his business partnerships, and will likely play a key role in the decision making ahead of next year's contract renewal. Green's exact role in Cowell's business affairs hasn't been especially clear since the 2010 Sony agreement, after it was revealed the Arcadia chief didn't have any equity in Cowell and Sony's Syco joint venture. But the FT says Cowell has now transferred 20% of his 50% in Syco over to Green, making good on a "handshake agreement" from back in 2010.

Copyright education should begin with the rights owners, says CMU Business Editor
Hot on the heels of Mike Weatherley MP's report on copyright education, published on Friday, CMU Business Editor Chris Cooke has penned a paper on the same topic for the latest edition of the CMU Digest Report, which also came out late last week.

In it he welcomes, in particular, Weatherley's proposal that IP education be added to the school curriculum, though also cites the conclusion of a Great Escape panel on the topic in May 2013 which reckoned that if the music industry wants to educate the masses about the ins and outs at copyright, it should kick things off closer to home.

Writes Cooke: "Getting copyright into the school curriculum should be a top priority for the content industries, and the fact Weatherley's report also supports this proposal is a very welcome development. Of course, this only goes some way to educating the world at large about copyright, but had the music and wider copyright industries focused their lobbying
efforts on this fifteen years ago, then they might now be getting their message out to each new generation of internet users in a more formalised fashion".

But, he goes on: "Lobbying the Department Of Education will be time consuming, working out where copyright should fit into the curriculum even more so, though better to start that work now than later. But in the meantime there is something else that the music industry could be doing that could achieve much more immediate results, and that is educating its own people".

"I must declare our bias here - we provide copyright training to the music business - though this was also the conclusion of a panel of educators, managers and publishers debating copyright education at The Great Escape in 2013. How many people working in the music business actually understand what copyright is, why it exists and how it works at a basic level? How many people working in the music rights sector understand copyright? Outside of the legal department, do employees in labels and music publishers really understand how music rights operate?"

Cooke reckons that there is a tendency in many music companies for people to nod a lot when copyright matters come up, but not admit they don't really understand how copyright works, because no one's ever explained it to them. "Day to day this ignorance doesn't matter, because the legal guys look after any deals and contracts where copyright specifics are dealt with. But when an industry is in flux, and when it is having to defend its copyrights, this ignorance becomes a major weakness. After all, how can you expect the world at large to understand and appreciate copyright, if you can't even teach your own people".

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Mike Weatherley stands down as IP Advisor to the PM
Following the publication of that there copyright education report last week, Mike Weatherley MP has announced he is stepping down from his role as Intellectual Property Advisor to David Cameron after a year in the job. As a Tory MP, he's presumably quitting to go and advise Nigel Farage on IP matters.

No, not really. Weatherley had already announced that he would step down as MP for the Brighton constituency of Hove and Portslade at the next election, and he seems to think that with the third of his reports now done he has sufficiently informed the parliamentary debate on all matters copyright. The other reports looked at the 'follow the money' approach to tackling online infringement and at the search engines' role in combating piracy.

He may also reckon that, with the recent party conferences kicking the Westminster village very much into electioneering mode ahead of next year's big vote - and with the UKIP agenda likely to dominate much of that - there's little point trying to engage political types in any sort of debate on IP issues. Let's just hope whoever forms government in May 2015 remembers to return to his proposals from this last year; the fact that his reports generally enjoyed cross-party support should help in that regard.

Confirming he was now stepping down from his IP Advisor role, Weatherley said: "It has been a wonderful opportunity to work with the Prime Minister in this way. Feedback from industry has been very encouraging throughout the time that I served as the Prime Minister's adviser and I have very much enjoyed the work that was involved in both tackling IP crime and boosting the profile of IP generally".

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Paul Gambaccini will not be charged over assault claims
Broadcaster and 'talking head' Paul Gambaccini will face no criminal action regarding alleged historic sex crimes it's been confirmed, due to a lack of evidence. Gambaccini has always denied the claims made against him, which, the Crown Prosecution Service has stated, relate to a number of alleged assaults on two teenage boys, then aged fourteen and fifteen, over two years in the 1980s.

This follows the BBC Radio 2 DJ's arrest in November 2013 as part of the wider 'third strand' of Operation Yewtree, the investigation launched following revelations of offences committed by the late Jimmy Savile. As previously reported, the focal point of this particular strand was/is allegations made against TV and radio personalities not directly linked to Savile himself.

Making a statement via his lawyers last week, Gambaccini said he'd be "back at work soon", adding: "There may be members of the press who will ask me to give interviews or make provocative statements. I will politely decline. To discuss horror in this way is to trivialise it. I will never trivialise the twelve months of trauma to which I have been unjustly subjected".

His solicitor Kate Goold, meanwhile, said that though she and Gambo's legal team felt "delighted with the outcome", they were also "deeply concerned at the length of time it took to resolve this investigation".

"Paul made his innocence clear at the outset and questions remain as to why this investigation took so long", she added.

Speaking for the prosecution, Baljit Ubhey, the Chief Crown Prosecutor of CPS London, said: "Having carefully reviewed this case, we have decided that there is insufficient evidence to prosecute".

A 75 year old man arrested on the same day as Gambaccini, in conjunction with the same claims, will also face no additional action.

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Justin Timberlake and wife suing Heat mag
Justin Timberlake and his wife, actress Jessica Biel, have each filed separate defamation claims against semi-'glossy' celeb mag Heat, according to various Irish newspapers.

Or rather their lawyer, Paul Tweed, has, lodging proceedings in the pair's name(s) in the Dublin High Court. Timberlake and Biel's claims concern an article published in the Bauer-owned British gossip mag (so, not the South African version of Heat, just in case you wondered) last month which featured photos and a quote credited to Biel.

Other specifics of the libel claims are not currently clear, though the couple have seemingly decided to sue through the Dublin rather than London courts because "this route would likely be the most expedient", Tweed told The Journal.

"Our objective is to get them vindicated as quickly as possible", he added, though he conceded that the case wasn't likely to be heard until after summer 2015 if it does, indeed, get to court.

Universal Music Publishing signs Neil Diamond
Having recently signed on with William Morris Endeavor for gig booking services, Neil Diamond has now announced a new publishing administration deal with Universal.

The major's publishing company will admin Diamond's songs past, present and future on a worldwide basis, as well as seeking sync deals. The singer songwriter is already working with another Universal subsidiary, Capitol Records, on the recordings side of his new studio album 'Melody Road', out later this month.

Universal big cheese Lucian Grainge confirmed his firm's latest deal with Diamond by telling reporters: "It fills me with immense pride to now have Neil's entire publishing and recorded music catalogues both at Universal Music. Neil's enduring popularity is a testament to his considerable talents as a performer and songwriter. We look forward to continuing to work with Neil and to maximise opportunities for him and his music on a global scale".

Man suffers fractured skull after Rock City balcony fall
A man was taken to hospital with a fractured skull after falling from the balcony at the Nottingham Rock City venue last week. The incident happened during the Crisis student night.

While paramedics treated the man on site, the venue's main room was closed. He was then taken to the nearby QMC medical centre. According to a statement, CCTV footage shows that the man had fallen of his own accord, and police are not searching for anyone else in relation to the incident.

A later statement said that the injured man was in a stable condition. This week's edition of Crisis is expected to go ahead as planned.

NFL fines player $10,000 for wearing Beats headphones at press conference
The first casualty of the NFL's ban on Beats headphones has fallen, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick receiving a $10,000 fine last week after wearing a bright pink pair to a post-game press conference.

As previously reported, the American football overseer recently placed a ban on NFL associated players and team staff wearing Beats headphones at official events, as the league has a sponsorship deal with rival Bose.

Commenting on the fine on Instagram, Kaepernick said that he had been wearing the pink headphones to promote breast cancer awareness (he also had a breast cancer awareness ribbon cut into his hair).

In a statement, the NFL said: "The NFL has longstanding policies that prohibit branded exposure on-field or during interviews unless authorised by the league. These policies date back to the early 1990s and continue today. They are the NFL's policies - not one of the league's sponsors, Bose in this case. Bose is not involved in the enforcement of our policies. This is true for others on-field".

Elsewhere in Bose v Beats rivalry, the two companies have agreed to dismiss a patent lawsuit brought by the former against the later. Bose alleged that Beats had infringed some of its patents relating to noise-cancelling headphones.

Though it's not just because everyone's realised that US patent lawsuits are out of control and pretty ridiculous. Rather, they've simply put the case on hold while it's investigated by the International Trade Commission.

SoundCloud posts rising losses
SoundCloud's revenues were up in 2013, but so were its losses, according to a annual filing by the digital firm. SoundCloud's revenues were up from 8 million euros in 2012 to 11.2 million in 2013. But in the same period losses more or less doubled, from 12.4 million euros in 2012 to 23.1 million in 2013.

Explaining the rising costs, which are somewhat out of kilter with rising revenues, the firm's financial report notes: "We are in a phase of growing SoundCloud into the market-leading platform for listening to, creating and sharing sound. This has necessitated investment in technology, headcount and marketing. Our overhead base has increased faster than our revenues".

As previously reported, while adding advertising tools to its platform - which it is now in the process of doing - may have been in the pipeline for sometime at SoundCloud, it's widely assumed that management have been under pressure from investors of late to get moving with revenue streams other than selling premium accounts to content owners. This could be the result of SoundCloud failing to find a buyer for itself, early doors investors likely banking on a big purchase or IPO to get a return on their investment.

At least some investors seem to reckon that for SoundCloud's ad-funded business to really take off it needs the major labels on board, though, as the FT reported last week, talks in that domain seem to be slow going.

That said, as a distribution platform SoundCloud remains popular with rights owners and artists, and the firm does boast a significant user-base. It remains to be seen if the company can exploit those positives to do the deals it needs to seriously enter the online ad sales business.

  Approved: Marina And The Diamonds - Froot
Weird is so 'in' in pop right now, and so into this post-'Chandelier/'Fancy'/'Royals' chart-scape, drops 'Froot', the tempting first single by Marina Diamandis, aka Marina And The Diamonds, in a long time.

Sloshing over with a disco-rhythmic stomp and all the possible lyrical flips on fruit ripening and souring v love blossoming and fading (and shepherd's pie... erm, being hot and then... cooling) that I can think of - and a cart-load more on top of that - it finds Marina in a sensual and snappy mood, singing lines like "Good things come to those who wait / But I ain't in a patient phase". And hey, maybe with 'Froot' she's banking on that big win at the singles slots / let's hope it doesn't prove a 'lemon' for her, etc.

Anyway, peel off a piece of 'Froot', the title track to MATD's TBA third LP, here.
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Slipknot announce UK shows with Korn
Slipknot have announced UK and Ireland tour dates for January next year. The dates will include a performance at Wembley Arena on 23 Jan.

Frontman Corey Taylor said: "The UK has always been very special for us. In a lot of ways, it's where this insanity began. So, for this tour, we decided to try and hit as many places as we could - not only England, but Scotland and Wales as well. Technically Ireland is Europe, but we're going there too. We're coming back for the people who started this for us: that would be YOU. Prepare yourselves... Hell is coming".

Of course "technically" the UK is Europe too. I think he means "technically Ireland isn't the UK", but it's special for Slipknot as well. So well done Ireland!

Korn will be supporting on the tour, which may or may not be depressing for the nu metal pioneers. Still, they should take consolation in the fact that, while they may have been overtaken by a band who arose in their wake, they're being billed as "special guests". The press release explains that the "support band" is actually still to be announced.

Slipknot's new album, 'The Gray Chapter', is out next week too. And here are the dates:

14 Jan: Dublin, 3Arena
16 Jan: Sheffield, Motorpoint Arena
18 Jan: Glasgow, SSE Hydro
19 Jan: Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena
20 Jan: Manchester Arena
22 Jan: Liverpool, Echo Arena
23 Jan: London, SSE Arena, Wembley
24 Jan: Cardiff, Motorpoint Arena
26 Jan: Nottingham, Capital FM Arena
27 Jan: Birmingham, Barclaycard Arena

Oh, and here's the video for new track 'The Devil In I'.

Manimal Label Group, StubHub, MOBOs, Mercury and more

Other notable announcements and developments today...

• A new collective of US indie labels, Manimal Label Group, which includes Manimal Vinyl Records and Buddyhead, launched last week. The group also announced a worldwide distribution and publishing deal with INgrooves.

• Secondary ticketing company StubHub has employed a new Editor-In-Chief, Jonah Freedman, to oversee music and sports content, as it attempts to turn its website into a 'destination' where people discover stuff, rather than just turning up, buying tickets at an inflated price and leaving.

• Aerosmith frontman Steven Tyler has signed a new management deal with Larry Rudolph's ReignDeer Entertainment. "I look forward to making incredible history together and having FUN while we take over the world, work and travel on the most adventurous journey you could ever imagine", Tyler told Billboard a little too optimistically.

• Prolific psych-rock crew The Brian Jonestown Massacre have cranked out a new EP to follow their approved latest LP 'Revelations'. With absolutely no further ado, listen to a preview track titled 'Heat' in advance of the big release on 10 Nov, will ya.

• Music writing festival Louder Than Words will return to Manchester next month, covering music photography, journalism and literature. More details here.

• Masculine-tailored 'X-Factor' judge/vulture Mel 'Scary Spice' B is inexplicably hosting this year's MOBO awards, which takes place at Wembley Arena on 22 Oct. Be there or, don't.

• Nicholas 'Grimmy' Grimshaw will preside over this year's iteration of the always-awkward Mercury Prize-giving 'soiree'. So in other words, he, like Mel B at the ol MOBOs, is hosting it. The winner of 2014's 'top album' gong will be announced, by Nick Grimshaw, on 29 Oct at London's Roundhouse.

Neil Young rules out Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young reunion
Neil Young will never tour as part of Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young ever, ever, ever again. Just in case you were wondering.

At a recent solo performance Young referred to a guitar given to him by his "good friend Stephen Stills", prompting him to add: "CSNY will never tour again, ever... but I love those guys".

So that's good, everything's cool with those guys. Totally cool. And apparently not even Young's announcement will shake that cool. In that CSN won't have been at all surprised, or, as David Crosby wrote on Twitter, the news was "like saying there are mountains in Tibet. We know Neil ...we already knew".

But why are they never playing again, asked one fan, given how totally cool everything is between them. "[Neil] is very angry with me", said Crosby. Oh.

 
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