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CMU Podcast: YouTube, SFX, Irving Azoff

By and | Published on Friday 9 December 2016


CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including YouTube and the IFPI’s disagreement over whether $1 billion is ‘a lot’ or ‘not nearly enough’, SFX Entertainment’s big post-bankruptcy rebrand as LiveStyle, and Irving Azoff’s Global Music Rights accusing the US radio industry of being anti-competitive. The CMU Podcast is sponsored by 7digital.

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Stories discussed this week:

“A billion dollars ain’t enough, mate”, IFPI tells YouTube
• SFX rebrands as LiveStyle
• Irving Azoff’s GMR declares: “It’s the radio industry being anti-competitive!”

In brief:

US Congress passes ticket tout bot ban
Amazon is the exclusive ticket agent for intimate Robbie Williams show
Guvera postpones AGM because it can’t pay its auditors
Duran Duran “outraged and saddened” after losing copyright reversion right case

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