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Canadian Music Week 2023: Day 2 – Marketing and Cannabis

Day Two of last week's CMW featured panels on a potpouri of subjects. Today we focus on music marketing and the relationship between music and cannabis.

Canadian Music Week 2023: Day 1 – The Future Of Music And Technology

The 41st Canadian Music Week (CMW) kicked off at the Westin Harbour Castle in Toronto last week, with a jam-packed schedule of events and performances. The evenings were filled with some of the brightest new and established Canadian artists, including Charlotte Cardin, Tumble, Fuego, Grace May, Virginia To Vegas, and Badflower. The days were filled with a series of expert panels covering topics from sync licensing to Afrobeats to new release marketing strategies.

Rock Royalty: Queen’s Music Catalog Set To Command Over $1 Billion In Epic Sale

Insiders report that the race to acquire the Queen catalog is on and that the sale could bring the group's Roger Taylor, Brian May, John Deacon and the estate of Freddie Mercury in excess of GBP 1 billion

Data Divas Unite: Major Record Labels Groove To The Beat Of Statistical Success

In the fast-paced world of the music industry, major record labels are perpetually seeking innovative strategies to outshine the competition. To keep their finger on the pulse, they have turned to the expertise of data specialists in the quest to foresee the future of music.

Rob Stringer’s Bold Crusade Against Garbage Streaming: A Tale of High Art, Low IQ, and AI Magic

Sony Music Group chairman Rob Stringer said on Tuesday (May 23) that the company is focused on the fight against low-quality content -- which he called "the lowest common denominator" -- flooding top streaming platforms.

Universal Music Group Wants To Put You To Sleep

UMG finally gets "religion" and embraces AI. But don't worry, they're only going to use it to put you to sleep.

Spotify Sticks to $9.99 Price Tag: Too Nice, Too Smart, or Just Too Broke to Follow Competitors’ Greed?

Spotify is the world’s most popular music streaming service, with over 400 million monthly active users and 172 million premium subscribers1. However, unlike some of its competitors such as Apple Music, Amazon Music Unlimited and YouTube Music, Spotify has not raised its subscription prices in the U.S. for its individual premium plan, which costs $9.99 per month


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