Veille hebdomadaire de l'actualité musicale et du spectacle

12 septembre 2022



Cette semaine, la veille recense plusieurs sujets d'intérêt dont:



Pratiques industrielles et artistiques

IMPEL outlines partnership in North America with CMRRA and SX Works

IMPEL – which helps independent music publishers to license and administrate their digital rights – has announced one of those good old strategic partnerships with CMRRA and SX Works which will provide new support for the organisation’s member publishers in North America.

Lire sur Complete Music Update et lire le communiqué

Music is not a level playing field — it is a field of all levels

In short, new artists today face unprecedented challenges because there are two half-lives being extended at once: the half-life of pre-streaming cultural moments, and the half-life of songs.

Lire sur Midia Research

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Consommation médiatique et de biens culturels

Why ‘Gen A’ is consuming music so differently

Gen Alpha, or Gen A as they’re more commonly known, are the generation born since the year 2010. Relatively nascent right now, they are predicted to reach 2.2 billion in volume globally by 2025, which will make them the largest generation in history. It is Gen A, alongside some of their younger Gen Z counterparts, that are currently shaking up the music scene in the way they discover, consume, and share.

Lire sur The Media Leader

Vinyl overtakes Playstation games, DVDs and CDs as UK’s second best-selling physical entertainment format

Not only are vinyl sales in the UK now comfortably out-performing CD sales, but the sale of vinyl albums is bringing in more revenue than the sale of physical format Playstation 4 and 5 games combined, according to new figures from the UK’s Entertainment Retailers Association.

Lire sur Complete Music Update

Politiques publiques

Bipartisan Bill ADPPA to Give People in Control of Their Data

A bipartisan bill called the American Data Privacy and Protection Act (ADPPA) would curb a majority of businesses, platforms, advertisers, and other entities from collecting data that can be linked back to a person’s identity. It also gives people the tools to fight back when those rights have been violated. If passed, it could give Americans the same data protections that users in the EU receive already… which every major platform already abides by.

Lire sur Future Party


Kobalt Music Sells Controlling Interest to Francisco Partners

As expected, Kobalt, one of the world’s biggest independent publishers and music-services companies, has sold a controlling interest to investment firm Francisco Partners.

Lire sur Variety

Deezer reports half-year revenue increase with subscriber growth in France

Deezer’s home territory of France led the way with growth of 10.7% year-on-year to 3.3m consumer subscribers. However, for the Rest Of The World measurement, consumer subscriptions declined by 18.1% - a net loss of half a million customers (100,000 of those resulting from Deezer’s exit of the Russian market). Overall, total global subscriptions across consumers and business were down 2.9% for the first six months.

Lire sur Music Week

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