'There are a lot of clichés about music data: it’s the new gold, it’s the new oil, but you could argue that data is the new politics': we ask the experts how data is changing music.
A new study suggests that while streaming services have helped recorded music return to growth, their greatest contribution may turn out to be the data they generate about fans’ listening habits.
PRS for Music has signed a long-term licensing agreement with Auddly to improve the way royalties are distributed and artist data is registered.
Song data hub Auddly has launched metadata awareness campaign to help music creators ensure their song data is accurate and help boost their royalties.
Publishing experts share their insight into how to excel in A&R, build partnerships at home and abroad, and ensure you’re bang on the money in terms of admin and royalties.
The PRS for Music director shares her thoughts on the challenges facing collecting societies and rightsholders, how the data business is shaping up for 2018 and what PRS is doing to stay in tune…
The Swedish song data management platform has partnered up with ASCAP and PRS for Music to help with its continued work of solving metadata issues – which often mean royalties end up in the wrong place.
Earlybird tickets are on sale now for the latest seminar in the series, which will cover topics such as how to access and reward individual consumer data.
PPL and PRS for Music have launched a new data-sharing initiative to improve identification of sound recordings and musical works – and the links between them.
Digital Data Exchange (DDEX), the organisation which sets the benchmark for date sharing in the digital music industry, has launched of a new set of standards for music creators.