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THE BIG BET, PART 2
Biz does a 180 on the 360 deal. (7/21a)
FRESH WAVE OF QUESTIONS FOR TIDAL
They reported how many streams? (7/21a)
BOY-BAND BATTLE BEGINS, PRETTYMUCH
It's like BSB vs. NSYNC, 2017 edition. (7/21a)
SONY/ATV AND MIJAC MUSIC RENEW THEIR VOWS
This one's a literal Thriller. (7/21a)
THE SPIRIT OF LIFE, IN SPITE OF US
Hope floats. (7/21a)
HITS' 31ST ANNIVERSARY ISSUE
It seemed like a good idea at the time.
PIZZA: A MUSICAL JOURNEY
Our treatment's almost done.
GAMING THE STREAM
...for fun and profit.
THE STORY OF MO
A gripping yarn
Pub Crawling
AIMP GATHERS INDIES FOR SUMMIT
6/15/17

The Association of Independent Music Publishers packed the Princeton Club in New York this week for an afternoon-long Indie Music Publishing Summit that kicked off with a lunchtime discussion on issues facing publishers today. The group cheered Spotify’s “Secret Genius” program for songwriters, kvetched about the lack of centralized platforms for royalty collections and laughed at running jokes about program coordinator Phil Ciadella. Providing the indie perspective on a day that included Downtown's COO Andrew Bergman chatting with  Benny Blanco and ABKCO’s Alisa Coleman grilling trade group reps were, from left, Kobalt Music President Laurent Hubert; Golnar Khosrowshahi, Founder and President, ReservoirJake Wisely, CEO, Bicycle Music Co.; and Maria Egan, President, Pulse Music Publishing.