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Billboard Magazine

Jun 26 2021
Magazine

Written for music industry professionals and fans. Contents provide news, reviews and statistics for all genres of music, including radio play, music video, related internet activity and retail updates.

Dua Lipa Keeps ‘Levitating’ At Radio

Billboard

Will Avatars Kill The Radio Stars? • New “virtual artist record labels” are betting that the next generation of performers will be made, not born

MARKET WATCH

Power Restructure • NEWLY APPOINTED PRESIDENT/CEO HARVEY MASON JR. NAMES VALEISHA BUTTERFIELD JONES AND PANOS PANAY CO-PRESIDENTS

Settling Artists’ Accounts • Is Sony’s decision to begin paying royalties to acts with balances a recoupment coup for the label, as well as its acts?

Small Venues Face Big Problems • As the live business returns, federal funding delays are draining the concert pipeline

Game Over? • FACING MORE BIG ONLINE SERVICES THAT USE MUSIC, PUBLISHERS AREN’T PLAYING. THEIR LATEST MOVE: A $200 MILLION LAWSUIT AGAINST ROBLOX

Until The End Of The World • An arctic island will soon have a vault to protect culturally significant recordings — for at least 1,000 years

GINA MILLER • Senior VP/GM, eOne Nashville

REBEL YELL • Willow is on a mission to change the face of pop-punk — and is the perfect person for the job

WELCOME (BACK) TO THE ‘SPACE JAM’

SUPAKAINE

Myke Towers

Onwards And Upwards • KANE BROWN, MICKEY GUYTON and BROTHERS OSBORNE are leading Nashville toward a brighter, more inclusive future — and finding power in simply being themselves

LESLIE FRAM • At CMT, she’s using every tool at her disposal to elevate rising artists and make country music a “big, beautiful tent for all underrepresented voices”

Rising And Shining • A new generation of young Black women artists are making Nashville take notice — and creating music on their own terms

Apple Music Seeks Fresh Air • Nashville executives Jay Liepis and Michael Bryan hope to make country radio more inclusive with the genre’s most diverse slate of programming yet

‘There’s Still A Lot Of Work To Be Done’ • A year after opening up to Billboard about their experiences in Music City, three of Nashville’s (still) few prominent Black executives reflect on how much has — and hasn’t — changed

On The Road Again • Country artists are leading the way back to live, flooding the market with tours, residencies and festivals — and making some promoters fret about oversaturation

The Road Goes On Forever • Charlie Daniels died last year — but his son wants to make sure his music, and legend, live on

Country Radio Confidential • What makes a hit now? In large part, the programmers behind the terrestrial airwaves, guided by data, audience and gut

Leading Schools Of The Country Power Players • THE MOST FREQUENTLY CITED ALMA MATERS OF THE 2021 CLASS OF HONOREES

The Black Eyed Peas’ New Chapter • CELEBRATING 25 YEARS TOGETHER, THE CORE TRIO OF WILL.I.AM, APL.DE.AP AND TABOO ARE IN THE MIDST OF A SECOND GLOBAL TAKEOVER — THIS TIME, ON THE LATIN CHARTS

Side Hustles • MEMBERS OF THE BLACK EYED PEAS HAVE CARVED OUT NICHES IN BUSINESS AND PHILANTHROPY DURING THEIR DOWNTIME FROM TOURING AND RECORDING TOGETHER. WHAT EACH ARTIST HAS BEEN UP TO OUTSIDE THE GROUP

Top Albums • THE BLACK EYED PEAS HAVE PLACED SEVEN ALBUMS ON THE BILLBOARD 200, INCLUDING ONE NO. 1 AND THREE TOP 10s

BIG COUNTRY


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Frequency: Every other week Pages: 84 Publisher: Penske Media Corporation Edition: Jun 26 2021

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: June 25, 2021

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

Languages

English

Written for music industry professionals and fans. Contents provide news, reviews and statistics for all genres of music, including radio play, music video, related internet activity and retail updates.

Dua Lipa Keeps ‘Levitating’ At Radio

Billboard

Will Avatars Kill The Radio Stars? • New “virtual artist record labels” are betting that the next generation of performers will be made, not born

MARKET WATCH

Power Restructure • NEWLY APPOINTED PRESIDENT/CEO HARVEY MASON JR. NAMES VALEISHA BUTTERFIELD JONES AND PANOS PANAY CO-PRESIDENTS

Settling Artists’ Accounts • Is Sony’s decision to begin paying royalties to acts with balances a recoupment coup for the label, as well as its acts?

Small Venues Face Big Problems • As the live business returns, federal funding delays are draining the concert pipeline

Game Over? • FACING MORE BIG ONLINE SERVICES THAT USE MUSIC, PUBLISHERS AREN’T PLAYING. THEIR LATEST MOVE: A $200 MILLION LAWSUIT AGAINST ROBLOX

Until The End Of The World • An arctic island will soon have a vault to protect culturally significant recordings — for at least 1,000 years

GINA MILLER • Senior VP/GM, eOne Nashville

REBEL YELL • Willow is on a mission to change the face of pop-punk — and is the perfect person for the job

WELCOME (BACK) TO THE ‘SPACE JAM’

SUPAKAINE

Myke Towers

Onwards And Upwards • KANE BROWN, MICKEY GUYTON and BROTHERS OSBORNE are leading Nashville toward a brighter, more inclusive future — and finding power in simply being themselves

LESLIE FRAM • At CMT, she’s using every tool at her disposal to elevate rising artists and make country music a “big, beautiful tent for all underrepresented voices”

Rising And Shining • A new generation of young Black women artists are making Nashville take notice — and creating music on their own terms

Apple Music Seeks Fresh Air • Nashville executives Jay Liepis and Michael Bryan hope to make country radio more inclusive with the genre’s most diverse slate of programming yet

‘There’s Still A Lot Of Work To Be Done’ • A year after opening up to Billboard about their experiences in Music City, three of Nashville’s (still) few prominent Black executives reflect on how much has — and hasn’t — changed

On The Road Again • Country artists are leading the way back to live, flooding the market with tours, residencies and festivals — and making some promoters fret about oversaturation

The Road Goes On Forever • Charlie Daniels died last year — but his son wants to make sure his music, and legend, live on

Country Radio Confidential • What makes a hit now? In large part, the programmers behind the terrestrial airwaves, guided by data, audience and gut

Leading Schools Of The Country Power Players • THE MOST FREQUENTLY CITED ALMA MATERS OF THE 2021 CLASS OF HONOREES

The Black Eyed Peas’ New Chapter • CELEBRATING 25 YEARS TOGETHER, THE CORE TRIO OF WILL.I.AM, APL.DE.AP AND TABOO ARE IN THE MIDST OF A SECOND GLOBAL TAKEOVER — THIS TIME, ON THE LATIN CHARTS

Side Hustles • MEMBERS OF THE BLACK EYED PEAS HAVE CARVED OUT NICHES IN BUSINESS AND PHILANTHROPY DURING THEIR DOWNTIME FROM TOURING AND RECORDING TOGETHER. WHAT EACH ARTIST HAS BEEN UP TO OUTSIDE THE GROUP

Top Albums • THE BLACK EYED PEAS HAVE PLACED SEVEN ALBUMS ON THE BILLBOARD 200, INCLUDING ONE NO. 1 AND THREE TOP 10s

BIG COUNTRY


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