Music Industry News: AOL Nabs Yahoo Music Chief, More Music For Windows 7, EMI Loses Queen & More

  • Yahoo Music chief Jeff Bronikowski is leaving to head AOL Music. In recent months Yahoo Music has become less of a creator and more of a curator; so AOL should prove a better stage for Bronikowski to show off his considerable talents.
  • Music services Slacker and Rdio have both launched new apps for Windows 7 phones.
  • Joel Tenenbaum: a year on from being sued for $4.5m. (Guardian)
  • EMI is losing the Queen catalog to Universal Music Group. (ThirdAge)

  Hypebot Favicon More Music Industry News & Commentary:

  • Another major label artist joins indie ranks: Marilyn Manson, who has sold 50 million records via a major now turns to UK based independent Cooking Vinyl. (Music Void)
  • Michael Jackson's newest record said to be fake. (CityPages)
  • Getting Paid For Internet Airplay – An Overview Of Sound Exchange. (IndieConnect
  • MobileRoadie's Michael Schneider on "Why you should pay more attention to mobile than to your website". (MidemNet)
  • The Doctor’s 'Top Ten Tips For Breaking Into The Music Industry'. (FasterLouder)
  • L.A. Phil to transmit performances to HD-equipped movie theaters. (LATimes)
  • Are they selling their kudos for a song? (Indie
  • How Christmas Saved the Music Industry. (Newsweek)
  • Michael Jackson's newest record said to be fake. (CityPages)
  • U.S. Women Dominate at MTV Europe Music Awards. (Time)
  • Fox Lands 1980s Music Industry Drama From Bruckheimer Television (Deadline)


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