12 Mar Reputation = Personal Brand
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“When the Music Modernization Act became law, there was hope it signaled a new day of improved relations between digital music services and songwriters,” Israelite said in a statement. “That hope was snuffed out today when Spotify and Amazon decided to sue songwriters in a shameful attempt to cut their payments by nearly one-third. … No amount of insincere and hollow public relations gestures such as throwing parties or buying billboards of congratulations or naming songwriters ‘geniuses’ can hide the fact that these big tech bullies do not respect or value the songwriters who make their businesses possible.” – David Israelite, President and CEO of the National Music Publishers’ Association
Pop of Colour Late Show: Reputation = Personal Brand
🎶 A MUSIC INDUSTRY LATE NIGHT SHOW 🕘 Premieres Monday Nights at 9 EST on Facebook ☕️ Mug Courtesy of tonight’s artist sponsor, Wanda Gronhovd!💡 NEWS COVERED: Major streaming services (except Apple Music) team up to appeal the controversial ruling by the U.S. Copyright Royalty Board that, if it goes through, would increase payouts to songwriters by 44%.Facebook now lets you share events in via stories – perfect for your concerts!Instagram is rolling out a new option to add titles to Instagram Live!Archive: https://www.popofcolourmusic.com/2019/03/11/late-show-episode-40/Posted by Pop of Colour – Music Marketing on Monday, March 11, 2019