YouTube Declares To Have Paid $1 Billion To The Music Industry In 2015

By Alyson Camus | December 8, 2016

Music business has an opportunity to look a lot like television

Music Biz Biggest Increase In Revenue In 18 Year, No Thanks To YouTube

By admin | April 12, 2016

2015 digital music report will show that revenue rose more than 3 percent, topping $15 billion, in 2015

Vinyl Generated More Money From Vinyl Than From Freemium Platforms

By Iman Lababedi | March 23, 2016

How is possible that nobody is making any money from Youtube?

Irving Azoff Causing Worlds Of Trouble For Youtube

By Iman Lababedi | December 26, 2014

There is no Ertegun or Gordy: whenever you write in support of one of them, a Daniel Ek, you need a shower immediately after. Neil Bogart may have been a scumbag but he was a MUSICAL SCUMBAG, a showman, one of the boys. These bunch of hedge fund thieves in pinstripe suits should be thrown out of the business.

Where 12-24 year Olds Find Their Music

By Iman Lababedi | July 9, 2014

It really is tough trying to figure out where to find new music but for all of youtube’s ability to make personal listening playlists, I don’t see how it works as a place to discover music. It seems more like a place to stream music once you have already discovered it.

YouTube To Launch Its Service And Block Some Indie Label Videos

By Alyson Camus | June 19, 2014

However, XL has Adele, Atoms for Peace, Jack White, Radiohead, Sigur Ros, Vampire Weekends and The XX, Domino has the Artic Monkeys, and 4AD has Bon Iver, TV on the Radio, The National, St. Vincent, Pixies, Iron and Wine…, so we aren’t really talking about obscure artists.

YouTube Read Their Own Research, Cancel Two Billion Hits!

By Iman Lababedi | December 4, 2013

The advertising community is dead meat when it comes to online buying, since it is very very easy to fake your numbers of readers, indeed there are companies where you can essentially buy clicks on a cost per click basis. If you are buying it at 10 cents and selling it at a dollar the numbers speak for themselves