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EC's safe harbours report leaks as YouTube music chief hits back
Ticket brokers pay over $2.7 million in fines in New York over tout bots
Judge strips back Led Zep plagiarism trial
MP seeks to get gig flare ban into Policing And Crime Act
Questions remain over the circumstances surrounding Prince's death
Prince dies
Prince dies

22 April 2016

Warner and the indies set to object to Sony taking complete control of Sony/ATV
David Lowery's lawyers demand access to correspondence about Spotify's mechanical settlement
Help Musicians UK and Vice join CMU to put the spotlight on mental health in the music community at The Great Escape
Drive Like Jehu's ATP festival cancelled
UK vinyl sales double year-on-year to similarly small amount
Federal court asks New York court: so, is there a performing right or not?
Record industry returns to growth, but would rather talk about the value gap
Kesha suffers further set back in Dr Luke litigation
MCPS seeks pitches to run its operations, could end long-term alliance with PRS
Kesha claims she could be free of Dr Luke contract if she drops rape allegations
US industry rallies as safe harbours review deadline arrives
Tidal could sue streaming service's former owners
SoundCloud subscription service is Go
Pandora founder returns as CEO as streaming firm overhauls senior management
Songkick files new legal papers in Live Nation battle, as Ticketmaster partners with Bandsintown
Streaming now the US record industry's biggest revenue generator, so streaming really has to work then
Kesha files appeal in renewed bid to be cut free from Dr Luke and Sony
Paul McCartney has filed the paperwork to reclaim his Sony/ATV-controlled songs
Spotify agrees settlement over mechanicals with NMPA
Sony's deal with Jackson estate shows
ATP moves Drive Like Jehu event to Manchester
Sony buys Michael Jackson estate out of Sony/ATV
Venues pleased as government amends new planning right to ensure 'noise impact' is considered
Microsoft seemingly settles mechanicals lawsuit, as Google also targeted

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