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FAC launches campaign against venue merch commissions, urges '100% Venues' to sign up to new directory
New York court dismisses former Universal exec's lawsuit against his ex-lawyer
FEAT launches new anti-touting guide for promoters
Spotify still the clear market leader in premium streaming, although its market share is slipping
CMU Insights: Then and now - digital challenges and opportunities for the music industry
Jenny Hval announces new album, Classic Objects
Max Cooper announces new album, Unspoken Words
One Liners: ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic, Ibibio Sound Machine, Crawlers, more
U2 are embarrassing and have a shit name, says Bono
Another VPN agrees to instigate anti-piracy web-blocks in the US
Major labels sue hosting company over webpage of the youtube-dl stream-ripping tool
BMG Production Music partners with Ah2 Music
New songwriter identifier to launch in bid to tackle the black box problem
BBC Radio 2 to air Janice Long tribute this Sunday
Approved: Gemini Aaliyah
Guerilla Toss announce new album, Famously Alive
One Liners: Kyla La Grange, AWAL, Deezer, more
Every Time I Die split after four of five members quit
Future of the BBC back in the spotlight as licence fee set to be frozen and then abolished
Houston Police Department seeks more Astroworld footage via new website
Yet another legal filing in the long-running Shake It Off song-theft legal battle
COVID Passport requirements could end in England this month, NTIA wants move to apply UK-wide
British music execs launch new Thailand-based music company
CAA’s ICM takeover on hold due to antitrust investigation
Radio 2 announces Piano Room Month live sessions
Now Coachella is annoyed about Bookchella
Setlist: Yet another song theft case? You got it!
CMU Digest 16.01.22: Anti-terror rules, Nevermind baby, Pimco, Dark Horse, Lucian Grainge
Nevermind baby re-files child pornography lawsuit against Nirvana
Cox Communications says labels were wrong about supposedly missing evidence in billion dollar copyright case