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Cliff Richard wins £210,000 in legal battle with BBC
Route 91 Harvest hotel sues shooting victims to avoid liability
Ed Sheeran's $213.9 million grossing 2018 tour breaks records
Sony has another go at keeping Dr Luke investigation details secret
US appeals court declines to reconsider controversial Blurred Lines judgement
Glassnote comments on Childish Gambino royalties dispute
Cardi B's ex-manager responds to lawsuit over
Glassnote sues Childish Gambino in SoundExchange royalties dispute
Workers Beer Company apologises after complaints over queues at Festival Republic shows in Finsbury Park
Senate committee approves Music Modernization Act 
Sony announces deal to represent Prince's recordings
Jay-Z disputes claims of unpaid fees over Tidal acquisition
AEG venues ally with new AXS ticket resale site, end StubHub partnership
YouTube plays to be counted in UK singles chart
Prince estate returns to court over unofficial posthumous EP
Music industry welcomes copyright directive vote in the European Parliament
Google needs to stop profiting from rule-breaker Viagogo, say anti-touting campaigners
XXXTentacion killed in shooting incident
Sony outlines plans for sharing Spotify share-sale loot with artists and indies
Kesha's claims to Lady Gaga about Katy Perry also part of Dr Luke defamation lawsuit
Fyre Festival founder Billy McFarland arrested on new fraud charges
Music publishers will seek alternative licensing solutions in Spain if collecting society won't address TV cash controversy
Eminem criticised for gunshot sounds in Bonnaroo festival set
Austrian court says YouTube shouldn't have safe harbour protection
Spotify reportedly offering artists direct licensing deals with cash advances
Facebook reveals new music features, including Musical.ly style lip-syncing
AEG hits back at Ozzy Osbourne lawsuit over venue booking practices
Spotify drops controversial 'hateful conduct' policy
Moral rights case against Jay-Z thrown out once again
Daniel Ek concedes hate content policies were rolled out badly

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