More Music Industry News: Labels v. Digital Britain, Consolidation?, EMI + FreeAllMusic, nuTsie & More
- Record label trade association the BPI wants sweeping changes to UK online copyright practice in 11th hour amendments to the Digital Britain bill. (Register)
- More consolidation is ahead in digital music sector as streaming heats up according to an extensive new Redwood Capital report. (pdf of full report)
- Counterpoint System boosts rights management, royalty accounting and licensing services with FUGA integration. (press release)
- Rumors Part 2: The second label signing on with ad supported FreeAllMusicappears to be EMI. The first was Universal.
- Memos from Rob Glaser And Robert Kimball on the changes at RealNetworks. (paidContent) Full story here: Glasser Steps Down As CEO Of RealNetworks
- French 3 Strikes Group Unveils Copyright Infringing Logo - Hadopi, the French agency charged with handling file-sharers’ copyright digressions, has just made a huge infringement faux pas of its own. Last week the group unveiled the logo which is set to represent this bastion of copyright righteousness, but embarrassingly it was designed with unlicensed fonts. (TorrentFreak)
- Melodeo announced the next generation of nuTsie, its cloud-based music platform which now delivers the full iPod experience to any connected device plus swireless syncing, smart caching and unlimited new music discovery. The new nuTsie platform is currently being made available as embeddable software to mobile carriers and mobile device manufacturers.