CMU Podcast: Ticket touts, Duran Duran, Prince
By Andy Malt and Chris Cooke | Published on Friday 18 November 2016
CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including the Culture Select Committee session on ticket touting in Parliament, Duran Duran testing the reach of America’s copyright reversion rule, and Prince’s label suing Tidal. The CMU Podcast is sponsored by 7digital.
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Stories discussed this week:
• MPs recommend investigation of “far-ranging and disturbing factors” in ticketing market
• Duran Duran go to court to test reach of US copyright reversion right
• Prince companies sue Tidal over catalogue streams
• New GEMA court ruling could “devastate” German industry, say music publishers
• Spotify announces Ticketmaster deal as it ramps up gig plugging efforts
• US Internet Association gets its copyright demands in quick to President-Elect Trump
• US Department Of Justice to appeal 100% licensing agreement
• Amazon Music Unlimited launches in the UK
• Frank Ocean kept albums out of Grammys in protest at awards’ poor diversity
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