Jean Michel Jarre
International royalty collections for music-makers and rightsholders hit €9.2bn in 2016, according to new figures.
Global royalties for creators have grown for the third consecutive year to hit a new high of €8.6 billion (£7.35bn), a new report has revealed.
The International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers (CISAC) has announced the results of its 2016 elections for president, vice presidents and board of directors.
CISAC president and electronic producer Jean Michel Jarre has called on the United Nations (UN) to pledge support for the rights of creators around the world.
Jean Michel Jarre, French electronic producer and CISAC president, has called on the European Union to take more action to protect creators.
We heard from Paul Oakenfold, Jean Michel Jarre, Arthur Baker and Daniel Haver from Native Instruments on how they helped change the electronic music industry for the better. Check out their advice on how to succeed…
Gadi Oron, CISAC general counsel and expert in international copyright law, has been appointed director general of the organisation.
YouTube has paid out over $1bn (£612, 332, 000) to the music industry over the last few years, a company executive is reported to have said.
Electronic music pioneer Jean Michel Jarre has been named as the new president of the International Confederation of Societies of Authors and Composers (CISAC).
Keyboard presents The Evolution of Electronic Dance Music
Edited by Peter Kirn
Electronic dance music was born in 70s New York disco and 80s Detroit techno. Over the years, EDM has achieved international mainstream success with such subgenres as house, trance, and dubstep and has reshaped the popular musical landscape.…