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This week there are some great articles circling the music industry.
The United States Supreme Court is going to hear a case which wants to allow people to resell their digital files. This would include music.
There’s an increasing interest in establishing music industry hubs in cities across the United States. Taking note of Sound Diplomacy establishing an office in the United States, there will be a larger focus on developing the music industry outside of major cities.
TikTok is redefining social media and how users discover content.
Remember BitTorrent? Well it’s now dismantling and there is an entire story of how it completely fell apart.
Recorded music in China has undergone an unprecedented amount of globalization and transformation over the past decade – and one company has been at the forefront of some of the sector’s most defining success stories.
ReDigi is now before the U.S. Supreme Court in a legal battle over the reselling of digitized copyrighted works. The company, which attempted to launch an online marketplace for secondhand iTunes songs, has written a letter to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg requesting an extension to May 13 to file its cert petition.
Sound Diplomacy, a U.K.-based strategic consultancy that works with city governments on developing music strategies and policies, has opened its first U.S. office in New Orleans, Billboard has learned.
Edison Research and Triton Digital have published their latest ‘The Infinite Dial’ report, which provides an annual update on 'digital media consumer behaviour’ in the US. There is plenty for the music industry to think about in the 2019 edition of the report, which is based on a telephone survey of 1,500 Americans over the age of 12, conducted in January and February this year.