Here’s a roundup of what has been going on this week both in the industry and here at Music Gateway.
First things first here’s some industry news:
SONY CONFIRMS DAVID DOLLIMORE RCA APPOINTMENT AS NEIL HUGHES IS UPPED TO MD – Sony Music UK has rung the changes in the wake of its acquisition of Ministry Of Sound Recordings in August. Read More Here
UNIVERSAL LAUNCHES DECCA PUBLISHING IN UK, LED BY NATASHA BALDWIN – Universal Music Group’s UK-based Decca has hired widely respected publishing exec Natasha Baldwin to launch a music publishing division dedicated to expanding opportunities for neo-classical composers to write for television, film and video games. Read More Here
THE GLOBAL MUSIC COPYRIGHT BUSINESS IS WORTH MORE THAN YOU THINK – AND GREW BY NEARLY $1BN LAST YEAR – How much is the global music business really worth? Read more Here
Roundup of Music Gateway’s week:
HIP Video Promo:
We recently teamed up with HIP Video Promo to provide our members with the opportunity to receive $5000 worth of video promotion and a 5-week social media campaign. This week founder and ceo of HIP Video Promo Andy Gesner announced the video that will have their video promoted to the masses. We just want to say congratulations to Vama, you can see the video below.
We’ll be sure to follow up and see how the campaign is going.
There are only two days left to pitch your tracks for the chance to be signed by UNILAD for their upcoming label launch. Dominating the social media market this is an opportunity to get your music out there. Sound good to you? Make sure you pitch.
We’re getting closer to launching the sync portal working with hundreds of advertising agencies and music supervisors, this is a great way to get your music represented for sync opportunities. For more information click the image below
This week we’ve had some interesting articles on our blog, newest intern at Music Gateway Zach Smith talks artificial intelligence and the effect it has on production. Sam Brinson discusses the connection between your personality and your choice of music and there’s a short piece on spoken word within the industry.
Our Christmas Meal:
This week we had our Christmas meal, Christmas jumpers were essential (Some of us didn’t get the memo).