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SETLIST is the music business podcast from CMU, sponsored by 7digital.

CMU helps people navigate and understand the music business through media, training, consultancy and education.
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CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including the announcements that Mixmag and Kerrang! will keep their print editions on hiatus for the foreseeable future, and the Rolling Stones' threat to sue Donald Trump if he plays their music at another campaign rally.  SECTION TIMES 01: Music magazines stay off the shelves (00:03:45) 02: Rolling Stones threaten to sue Donald Trump (00:21:19) STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • Mixmag’s print edition will remain paused until 2021, publisher confirms (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/mixmags-print-edition-will-remain-paused-until-2021-publisher-confirms/) • Kerrang! remains on indefinite hiatus in print (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/kerrang-remains-on-indefinite-hiatus-in-print/) • Planet Rock magazine to close, Q could survive under new ownership (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/planet-rock-magazine-to-close-q-could-survive-under-new-ownership/) • Loud And Quiet announces subscriptions to help weather COVID-19 crisis (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/loud-and-quiet-announces-subscriptions-to-help-weather-covid-19-crisis/) • The Rolling Stones team up with BMI to stop Trump’s use of their songs (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/the-rolling-stones-team-up-with-bmi-to-try-to-stop-trumps-use-of-their-songs/) ALSO MENTIONED • More than 1500 artists call on UK government to step up and ensure the live music industry can survive COVID-19 (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/more-than-1500-artists-call-on-uk-government-to-step-up-and-ensure-the-live-music-industry-can-survive-covid-19/) • Fraggle Rock to be revived by Apple TV+ after 33 years (BBC News) (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-52813532) MORE FROM CMU • Get notified with the new ‘Dissecting The Digital Dollar’ book is out (https://cmuinsights.com/digitaldollar/) • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin (https://completemusicupdate.com/signup/)
CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including fears that with lockdown lifting and the economy getting started again that live music industry will be left to collapse without much needed government support, and the two house music pioneers suing the Trax record label. SECTION TIMES 01: The COVID crisis pushes the live industry to the brink (00:01:43) 02: House music pioneers sue Trax Records (00:23:18) STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • With relaxed social distancing rules not helping live music, UK live industry again calls for extra government support (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/with-relaxed-social-distancing-rules-not-helping-live-music-uk-live-industry-again-calls-for-extra-government-support/) • Government needs to make a £50 million cash injection to save the UK’s grassroots venue network, says MVT (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/government-needs-to-make-a-50-million-cash-injection-to-save-the-uks-grassroots-venue-network-says-mvt/) • Hundreds of grassroots music venues back call for £50 million cash injection from government (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/hundreds-of-grassroots-music-venues-back-call-for-50-million-cash-injection-from-government/) • NTIA says revisions to UK lockdown rules unworkable even for businesses who qualify (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/ntia-says-revisions-to-uk-lockdown-rules-unworkable-even-for-businesses-who-qualify/) • Glastonbury “would seriously go bankrupt” if forced to cancel in 2021 too (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/glastonbury-would-seriously-go-bankrupt-if-forced-to-cancel-in-2021-too/) • Backed by TaP Music, Chicago house pioneers sue Trax Records (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/backed-by-tap-music-chicago-house-pioneers-sue-trax-records/) ALSO MENTIONED • UK regulator launches more in-depth investigation into Viagogo’s StubHub acquisition (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/uk-regulator-launches-more-in-depth-investigation-into-viagogos-stubhub-acquisition/) MORE FROM CMU • Get notified with the new ‘Dissecting The Digital Dollar’ book is out (https://cmuinsights.com/digitaldollar/) • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin (https://completemusicupdate.com/signup/)
CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including Live Nation's planned changes to artist agreements post-COVID that will mean performers receiving lower fees and taking on more risk, plus Jay-Z and Beyonce being sued for allegedly using a spoken word recording on their track 'Black Effect' without permission. SECTION TIMES 01: Artists face lower pay, higher risks for live shows post-COVID (00:02:59) 02: Jay-Z and Beyonce sued of ‘Black Effect’ spoken word section (00:18:31) STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • Live Nation memo confirms promoters want artists to share the risk when the live industry swings back into action (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/live-nation-memo-confirms-promoters-want-artists-to-share-the-risk-when-the-live-industry-swings-back-into-action/) • Beyonce and Jay-Z sued over Black Effect monologue (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/beyonce-and-jay-z-sued-over-black-effect-monologue/) ALSO MENTIONED • EMI Records is “reborn” (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/emi-records-is-reborn/) • The 40 year old Virgin announces birthday plans (2013 report) (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/the-40-year-old-virgin-announces-birthday-plans/) MORE FROM CMU • Get notified with the new ‘Dissecting The Digital Dollar’ book is out (https://cmuinsights.com/digitaldollar/) • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin (https://completemusicupdate.com/signup/)
CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including the debate about the use of the word ‘urban’ to categorise music that has seen Republic Records and the Grammys drop or cut back the use of the term, and Twitch’s latest run-in with the music industry. Setlist is sponsored by 7digital. SECTION TIMES 01: The ‘urban’ music debate (00:02:20) 02: Twitch takedowns (00:17:05) STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • Republic stops using the word ‘urban’ to describe music (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/republic-stops-using-the-word-urban-to-describe-music/) • Grammys update award names and nomination rules in a bid to address racism and corruption accusations (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/grammys-update-award-names-and-nomination-rules-in-a-bid-to-address-racism-and-corruption-accusations/) • Twitch reports sudden “influx” of takedown requests as prolific users hit out a copyright claims and channel ban threats (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/twitch-reports-sudden-influx-of-takedown-requests-as-prolific-users-hit-out-a-copyright-claims-and-channel-ban-threats/) ALSO MENTIONED • CMA demands “clear-cut solution” from Viagogo for its concerns over StubHub deal (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/cma-demands-clear-cut-solution-from-viagogo-for-its-concerns-over-stubhub-deal/) • Black Music Coalition sets out five priorities to tackle discrimination in the UK music industry (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/black-music-coalition-sets-out-five-priorities-to-tackle-discrimination-in-the-uk-music-industry/) • One Little Indian changes name due to “harmful stereotyping and exploitation of indigenous peoples’ culture” (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/one-little-indian-changes-name-due-to-harmful-stereotyping-and-exploitation-of-indigenous-peoples-culture/) • Colston Hall provides update on rebrand after its controversial namesake becomes headline news (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/colston-hall-provides-update-on-rebrand-after-its-controversial-namesake-becomes-headline-news/) • Lady Antebellum change name due to association with slave trade (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/lady-antebellum-change-name-due-to-association-with-slave-trade/) • Gamers debate copyright claims as labels issue takedowns against Twitch (2018 report) (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/gamers-debate-copyright-claims-as-labels-issue-takedowns-against-twitch/) • Amazon upgrades digital locker service (2012 report) (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/amazon-upgrades-digital-locker-service/) MORE FROM CMU • Get notified with the new ‘Dissecting The Digital Dollar’ book is out (https://cmuinsights.com/digitaldollar/) • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin (https://completemusicupdate.com/signup/)
CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including the music industry's Black Out Tuesday shutdown in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement, and the latest twist in the legal battle between Spotify and Eminem's publishing company Eight Mile Style. Setlist is sponsored by 7digital. SECTION TIMES 01: Black Out Tuesday (00:02:22) 02: Eight Mile Style (00:20:23) STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • Music community rallies around Black Out Tuesday initiative amid global Black Lives Matter protests (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/music-community-rallies-around-black-out-tuesday-initiative-amid-global-black-lives-matter-protests/) • Black Out Tuesday was just Act One, campaigners insist (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/black-out-tuesday-was-just-act-one-campaigners-insist/) • Universal Music sets out the agenda of its Taskforce For Meaningful Change (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/universal-music-sets-out-the-agenda-of-its-taskforce-for-meaningful-change/) • Spotify pulls Kobalt into its legal spat with Eminem’s publisher (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/spotify-pulls-kobalt-into-its-legal-spat-with-eminems-publisher/) ALSO MENTIONED • Share price surges after Warner Music’s $1.9 billion IPO (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/share-price-surges-after-warner-musics-1-9-billion-ipo/) MORE FROM CMU • Get notified with the new ‘Dissecting The Digital Dollar’ book is out (https://cmuinsights.com/digitaldollar/) • CMU’s Lockdown Webinars (https://cmuinsights.com/lockdownwebinars/) • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin (https://completemusicupdate.com/signup/)
CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including the latest lawsuit against StubHub over its COVID-19 refund policy and the departure of its president, and the proposal by the Electronic Frontier Foundation for a compulsory licence covering all uses of music online. Setlist is sponsored by 7digital. SECTION TIMES 01: StubHub lawsuit and deaprture of its president (00:04:37) 02: Blanket licence for the internet (00:16:57) STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • StubHub faces class action in Canada too over its COVID-19 refunds policy (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/stubhub-faces-class-action-in-canada-too-over-its-covid-19-refunds-policy/) • StubHub President stands down (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/stubhub-president-stands-down/) • A Plan to Pay Artists, Encourage Competition, and Promote Free Expression (EFF.org) (https://www.eff.org/deeplinks/2020/05/plan-pay-artists-encourage-competition-and-promote-free-expression) ALSO MENTIONED • Warner Music officially launches its IPO (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/warner-music-officially-launches-its-ipo/) • Worst. Deal. Ever. (Forbes) (https://www.forbes.com/sites/noahkirsch/2020/05/27/worst-deal-ever/) • Dissecting The Digital Dollar (https://cmuinsights.com/digitaldollar/) MORE FROM CMU • Get notified with the new ‘Dissecting The Digital Dollar’ book is out (https://cmuinsights.com/digitaldollar/) • CMU’s Lockdown Webinars (https://cmuinsights.com/lockdownwebinars/) • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin (https://completemusicupdate.com/signup/)
CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including the publication (finally) of the US Copyright Office's report based on its review of the safe harbour that sits in America’s Digital Millennium Copyright Act, and 6ix9ine’s beef with Ariana Grande over her US chart position. Setlist is sponsored by 7digital. SECTION TIMES 01: US Copyright Office safe harbour report (00:03:38) 02: 6ix9ine v Ariana Grande (00:24:00) SUBSCRIBE TO SETLIST Listen to Setlist and sign up to receive new episodes for free automatically each week through any of these services… Acast (https://www.acast.com/cmuweeklypodcast) | Apple Podcasts (http://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/setlist/id417402221) | audioBoom (https://audioboom.com/channel/cmu) | CastBox (https://castbox.fm/channel/Setlist-id457591) | Deezer (http://www.deezer.com/show/11741) | Google Play (https://play.google.com/music/m/If2denfjnknpcyhgtuhmeipdyee?t=Complete_Music_Update) | iHeart (https://www.iheart.com/podcast/setlist-28624460/) | Mixcloud (https://www.mixcloud.com/setlistpod/) | RSS (https://audioboom.com/channels/3895711.rss) | Spotify (https://open.spotify.com/show/6CvuckCF0M4MjNdsnMR8vQ) | Stitcher (http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/cmu-music-industry-podcast) | TuneIn (https://tunein.com/radio/Setlist-p775605/) STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • US Copyright Office finally publishes its safe harbour report, music industry sets out its copyright gripes (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/us-copyright-office-finally-publishes-its-safe-harbour-report-music-industry-sets-out-its-piracy-gripes/) • Billboard denies 6ix9ine’s claims that Ariana Grande fraudulently beat him to number one in the Hot 100 (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/billboard-denies-6ix9ines-claims-that-ariana-grande-fraudulently-beat-him-to-number-one-in-the-hot-100/) • Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber deny 6ix9ine’s claims they bought US number one position (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/ariana-grande-and-justin-bieber-deny-6ix9ines-claims-they-bought-us-number-one-position/) ALSO MENTIONED • ERA boss on the #FixStreaming debate: “You don’t mend a #BrokenRecord by smashing the record player” (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/era-boss-on-the-fixstreaming-debate-you-dont-mend-a-brokenrecord-by-smashing-the-record-player/) • You don’t mend a #BrokenRecord by smashing the record player (ERA blog post) (https://eraltd.org/news-events/era-blog/2020/you-dont-mend-a-brokenrecord-by-smashing-the-record-player/) • Full US Copyright Office report (https://www.copyright.gov/policy/section512/section-512-full-report.pdf) • Setlist: Charity chart battles (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/setlist-the-future-of-live-music-charity-chart-battles/) • Nicki Minaj v Travis Scott (and his baby) (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/beef-of-the-week-418-nicki-minaj-v-travis-scott-and-his-baby/) • DJ Khaled could sue Billboard over chart position (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/dj-khaled-could-sue-billboard-over-chart-position/) • Peter Hook admits forging Ian Curtis’s signature (The Guardian) (https://www.theguardian.com/music/2009/oct/07/peter-hook-ian-curtis-signature) MORE FROM CMU • Get notified with the new ‘Dissecting The Digital Dollar’ book is out (https://cmuinsights.com/digitaldollar/) • CMU’s Lockdown Webinars (https://cmuinsights.com/lockdownwebinars/) • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin (https://completemusicupdate.com/signup/)
In the second part of this special edition of the show, this week CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke again examine the debate around the fairness of streaming royalties for artists and songwriters, which has been growing during the COVID-19 shutdown. We discuss the second half of our ten point list of things people often misunderstand or don't know about streaming, and what they need to know in order to win the argument. Setlist is sponsored by 7digital. SECTION TIMES 00:12:24 There has already been a re-slicing of the pie – the song share on a stream is often double that on a CD. The fact many songwriters aren’t seeing the benefit is a major concern 00:19:19 With the artist share, we probably need to consider new artists, heritage artists and session musicians separately 00:24:40 Applying ER to streams sounds good but would be complicated 00:28:40 User-centric royalty distribution probably wouldn’t have as big an impact as everyone thinks – though it’s still attractive 00:34:10 Bad music rights data makes fixing these issues so much harder STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • Musicians’ Union and Ivors Academy call for government intervention to “fix streaming” (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/musicians-union-and-ivors-academy-call-for-government-intervention-to-fix-streaming/) • The ten things people get wrong about streaming – Part One (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/setlist-the-ten-things-people-get-wrong-about-streaming-part-1/) ALSO MENTIONED • Digital Dollar Guide: Song Royalties Guide (https://cmulibrary.com/digitaldollar-songroyaltiesguide/) • Setlist: Deezer user-centric royalties episode (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/setlist-deezer-consent-decrees-youtube/) • Setlist: Streaming scams episode (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/setlist-universal-stream-scamming-apple/) • Get notified with the new ‘Dissecting The Digital Dollar’ book is out (https://cmuinsights.com/digitaldollar/) • CMU’s Lockdown Webinars (https://cmuinsights.com/lockdownwebinars/) • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin (https://completemusicupdate.com/signup/)
In a deviation from the normal format, this CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke examine the debate around the fairness of streaming royalties for artists and songwriters, which has been growing during the COVID-19 shutdown. Over the next two episodes, we'll be discussing the ten things people often get wrong about streaming, and what they need to know in order to win the argument. Setlist is sponsored by 7digital. SECTION TIMES 00:09:37 There are no per-stream rates 00:18:06 A million streams isn't as much as it sounds 00:21:09 It is almost certainly time to review subscription prices - though probably not in the middle of a global pandemic 00:33:37 Re-slicing the pie so songwriters get more is complicated 00:37:17 The US is different, because it's always different STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • IFPI confirms recorded music market grew 8.2% in 2019 (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/ifpi-confirms-recorded-music-market-grew-8-2-in-2019/) ALSO MENTIONED • Tom Gray, Gomez (Twitter thread) (https://twitter.com/MrTomGray/status/1249290407088881675) • Tim Burgess, The Charlatans (Twitter thread) (https://twitter.com/Tim_Burgess/status/1257052288478261251) • Spotify should pay musicians more? Let’s talk more about how (Stuart Dredge - Music Ally) (https://musically.com/2020/05/05/spotify-should-pay-musicians-more-lets-talk-about-how/) • BrokenRecord? Using the COVID-19 crisis to re-evaluate streaming shares (Annabella Coldrick, MMF - Medium) (https://medium.com/@AnnabellaCF/brokenrecord-using-the-covid-19-crisis-to-re-evaluate-streaming-shares-f6009988cb83) • CMU’s Lockdown Webinars (https://cmuinsights.com/lockdownwebinars/) • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin (https://completemusicupdate.com/signup/)
CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including new research into what the future music look like for live music after lockdown, plus the ressurgence of charity singles as the Live Lounge Allstars knock Captain Tom off number one in the UK singles chart. Setlist is sponsored by 7digital. 00:03:56 Live music research 00:18:57 Charity singles STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • Only 40% of American sport and music fans say they’ll rush back to live events once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/only-40-of-american-sport-and-music-fans-say-theyll-rush-back-to-live-events-once-covid-19-restrictions-are-lifted/) • New interest in livestreamed gigs looks likely to outlive COVID-19 shutdown, says UTA (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/new-interest-in-livestreamed-gigs-looks-likely-to-outlive-covid-19-shutdown-says-uta/) • Captain Tom goes to number one following Weeknd intervention – Stay Home Live Lounge on course for top spot this week (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/captain-tom-goes-to-number-one-following-weeknd-intervention-stay-home-live-lounge-on-course-for-top-spot-this-week/) • Chris Martin, Dua Lipa and more contribute to BBC’s Stay Home Live Lounge (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/chris-martin-dua-lipa-and-more-contribute-to-bbcs-stay-home-live-lounge/) • Foo Fighters donate Stay Home Live Lounge royalties to charity, while BBC’s drumming weatherman forms a virtual band (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/foo-fighters-donate-stay-home-live-lounge-royalties-to-charity-while-bbcs-drumming-weatherman-forms-a-virtual-band/) • Dave Grohl thanks BBC, as Times Like These charity cover battles with The Weeknd for number one (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/dave-grohl-thanks-bbc-as-times-like-these-charity-cover-battles-with-the-weeknd-for-number-one/) ALSO MENTIONED • Saudi Arabia buys 5% of Live Nation (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/saudi-arabia-buys-5-of-live-nation/) • Justin Bieber walking into a door (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QAWCHh1m30c) • CMU's Lockdown Webinars (https://cmuinsights.com/lockdownwebinars/) • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin (https://completemusicupdate.com/signup/) • Buy the Dissecting The Digital Dollar book (http://amzn.to/2Due7th)
CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including the class action lawsuit against Ticketmaster over allegations it changed its terms on refunds after the COVID-19 shutdown began, and Mixcloud’s new livestreaming option and the complicated copyright questions all these online performances raise. Setlist is sponsored by 7digital. 00:07:21 Ticketmaster 00:22:24 Mixcloud STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • Ticketmaster sued over COVID-19 refunds policies (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/ticketmaster-sued-over-covid-19-refunds-policies/) • Mixcloud unveils new live streaming functionality (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/mixcloud-unveils-new-live-streaming-functionality/) ALSO MENTIONED • Reed Smith’s guide to live streaming (https://www.reedsmith.com/en/perspectives/2020/03/reed-smiths-guide-to-live-streaming) • CMU’s Lockdown Webinars (https://cmuinsights.com/lockdownwebinars/) • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin (https://completemusicupdate.com/signup/) • Buy the Dissecting The Digital Dollar book (http://amzn.to/2Due7th)
CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including the Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band vow to close what they see as a loophole in UK trademark law that can result in bands losing control of their brands, and the positive and negative effects of COVID-19 on the commercial radio industry. Setlist is sponsored by 7digital. STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • Bonzo Dog Doo-Dah Band want change in the law after winning “emotionally charged” trademark dispute (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/bonzo-dog-doo-dah-band-want-change-in-the-law-after-winning-emotionally-charged-trademark-dispute/) • Commercial radio listening enjoys huge ‘working from home’ boost during coronavirus lockdown (Radiocentre) (https://www.radiocentre.org/commercial-radio-listening-enjoys-huge-working-from-home-boost-during-coronavirus-lockdown/) • Commercial radio stations could close without extra government support (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/commercial-radio-stations-could-close-without-extra-government-support/) ALSO MENTIONED • Weather presenter goes viral drumming to BBC News theme (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/video_and_audio/headlines/52297848/weather-presenter-goes-viral-drumming-to-bbc-news-theme) • Bonzo Dog Band full court judgement (https://www.bailii.org/ew/cases/EWHC/Ch/2020/710.html) • CMU’s Lockdown Webinars (https://cmuinsights.com/lockdownwebinars/) • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin (https://completemusicupdate.com/signup/) • Buy the Dissecting The Digital Dollar book (http://amzn.to/2Due7th)
CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including StubHub being sued over changes to its refund policy as the COVID-19 crisis wreaks havoc on the live industry, and the dismissal of a song-theft lawsuit over ‘You Raise Me Up’. Setlist is sponsored by 7digital. STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • StubHub sued over COVID-19 change to its FanProtect guarantee scheme (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/stubhub-sued-over-covid-19-change-to-its-fanprotect-guarantee-scheme/) • US court dismisses You Raise Me Up song-theft case, criticises musicologist report (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/us-court-dismisses-you-raise-me-up-song-theft-case-criticises-musicologist-report/) ALSO MENTIONED • CMU's Lockdown Webinars (https://cmuinsights.com/lockdownwebinars/) • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin (https://completemusicupdate.com/signup/) • Buy the Dissecting The Digital Dollar book (http://amzn.to/2Due7th)
CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including former Paradigm agent Debbee Klein suing her now ex-employer over redundancies – specifically her redundancy – made in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, plus Public Enemy’s big hoax or non-hoax. Setlist is sponsored by 7digital. STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • Ousted Paradigm agent files explosive lawsuit against her former employer (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/ousted-paradigm-agent-files-explosive-lawsuit-against-her-former-employer/) • Public Enemy reveal Flavor Flav dispute was just a very confusing hoax (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/public-enemy-reveal-flavor-flav-dispute-was-just-a-very-confusing-hoax/) • Flavor Flav says Public Enemy hoax is a hoax (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/flavor-flav-says-public-enemy-hoax-is-a-hoax/) ALSO MENTIONED • Universal Music announces COVID-19 support initiatives (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/one-liners-midem-primavera-universal-more/) • Sony Corp's $100 million COVID-19 relief fund (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/one-liners-sony-psneurope-fiona-apple-more/) • Live Nation launches COVID-19 relief fund for live industry practitioners (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/live-nation-launches-covid-19-relief-fund-for-live-industry-practitioners/) • Crew Nation website (https://www.livenationentertainment.com/crewnation/) • Night-time businesses team up with landlords to call for additional government measures to save venues, clubs, bars and restaurants (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/night-time-businesses-team-up-with-landlords-to-call-for-additional-government-measures-to-save-venues-clubs-bars-and-restaurants/) • Music Venue Trust says a million in emergency funding is needed to ensure grassroots venues can survive the COVID-19 shutdown (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/music-venue-trust-says-a-million-in-emergency-funding-is-needed-to-ensure-grassroots-venues-can-survive-the-covid-19-shutdown/) • K-Pop star sorry for coronavirus April fool's joke (BBC News) (https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/entertainment-arts-52117797) • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin (https://completemusicupdate.com/signup/) • Buy the Dissecting The Digital Dollar book (http://amzn.to/2Due7th)
CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including how the COVID-19 outbreak is affecting the music business and the financial support available to musicians and others who work in the industry, and the latest filing in the dispute over who owns a stake in Lizzo's 'Truth Hurts'. Setlist is sponsored by 7digital. STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • Self-employed who make up 72% of the music industry being let down by government as COVID-19 crisis grows, say trade bodies (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/self-employed-who-make-up-72-of-the-music-industry-being-let-down-by-government-as-covid-19-crisis-grows-say-trade-bodies/) • Ivors Academy proposes using unallocated streaming royalties to support music-makers hit by COVID-19 crisis (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/ivors-academy-proposes-using-unallocated-streaming-royalties-to-support-music-makers-hits-by-covid-19-crisis/) • Spotify, PRS and Help Musicians launch financial support initiatives for music-makers struggling amid COVID-19 outbreak (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/spotify-prs-and-help-musicians-launch-financial-support-initiatives-for-musicians-struggling-amid-covid-19-outbreak/) • Music industry welcomes UK government’s COVID-19 support for self-employed (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/music-industry-welcomes-uk-governments-covid-19-support-for-self-employed/) ALSO MENTIONED • Coronamusicians.info (http://www.coronamusicians.info/) • Musicians' Union Hardship Fund (https://www.musiciansunion.org.uk/hardshipfund) • Spotify COVID-19 Music Relief (https://covid19musicrelief.byspotify.com) • PRS Emergency Relief Fund (http://www.prsformusic.com/ERF) • Help Musicians Coronavirus Financial Hardship Fund (https://www.cognitoforms.com/HelpMusicians1/HelpMusiciansCoronavirusFinancialHardshipFund) • MMF Song Royalties Guide (https://cmulibrary.com/digitaldollar-songroyaltiesguide/) • Sign up to receive the CMU Daily news bulletin (https://completemusicupdate.com/signup/) • Buy the Dissecting The Digital Dollar book (http://amzn.to/2Due7th)
CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including how the COVID-19 outbreak is affecting the music industry and the many freelancers who work in it, and the latest rulings in the song-theft cases against Led Zeppelin and Katy Perry. Setlist is sponsored by 7digital.
It’s the seventh in our series of special editions of Setlist looking at some of our favourite music industry legal battles of all time. CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke discuss the case filed against Jay-Z by the family of Baligh Hamdy, who argued that the rapper had infringed the the late Egyptian film composer's moral rights - an element of copyright law that we rarely have the opportunity to talk about but opens up some interesting debates. Setlist is sponsored by 7digital. MORE Listen to more Setlist specials here (https://completemusicupdate.com/thesetlistspecials/)
CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including the latest twist in the dispute over who wrote Lizzo's hit 'Truth Hurts', how the coronoavirus is affecting the live music industry, and the bust up between the current members of Journey resulting in a $10 million lawsuit. Setlist is sponsored by 7digital. Please note: This episode was recorded shortly before this year's SXSW was cancelled. STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • Lizzo collaborators hit back in Truth Hurts copyright dispute (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/lizzo-collaborators-hit-back-in-truth-hurts-copyright-dispute/) • Miami’s Ultra Music Festival postponed over coronavirus concerns (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/miamis-ultra-music-festival-postponed-over-coronavirus-concerns/) • Journey bust up results in $10 million lawsuit (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/journey-bust-up-results-in-10-million-lawsuit/) ALSO MENTIONED • Buy the Dissecting The Digital Dollar book (http://amzn.to/2Due7th)
CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including the two British ticket touts jailed for fraud, how the continued rise in record industry income in the US, and how the UK government’s post-Brexit immigration policy could affect the music industry. Setlist is sponsored by 7digital. STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK • Fraudulent ticket touts jailed for more than six years (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/fraudulent-ticket-touts-jailed-for-more-than-six-years/) • Streaming now 80% of the $11.1 billion US recorded music market (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/streaming-now-80-of-the-11-1-billion-us-recorded-music-market/) • Music industry criticises UK government’s new immigration plans (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/music-industry-criticises-uk-governments-new-immigration-plans/) • UK Music responds to government’s Brexit talks ‘negotiating mandate’ (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/uk-music-responds-to-governments-brexit-talks-negotiating-mandate/) ALSO MENTIONED • Speakers and topics announced for this year’s CMU+TGE conferences (https://completemusicupdate.com/article/speakers-and-topics-announced-for-this-years-cmutge-conferences/) • Buy the Dissecting The Digital Dollar book (http://amzn.to/2Due7th)
It’s the sixth in our series of special editions of Setlist looking at some of our favourite music industry legal battles of all time. CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke discuss the period in music history where the major labels attempted to curb illegal file-sharing by suing individual music fans. We look in particular at the cases of Jammie Thomas and Joel Tenenbaum who carried on fighting back long after anti-piracy tactics had moved on. Setlist is sponsored by 7digital. MORE Listen to more Setlist specials here (https://completemusicupdate.com/thesetlistspecials/)
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Sara Chaves

I loooooveeee this podcast. I can't stop laughing sometimes by myself with their jokes, but still really informative!!

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