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Billboard Magazine

Sep 17 2022
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.

Billboard

Bad Bunny, Morgan Wallen Mark Milestones On Billboard 200

Downturn Hits The Music Industry • While recorded music and the live business look recession-proof, other sectors feel economic pressure

FOR WHAT IT’S WORTH • Publishers’ streaming royalties settlement will yield larger returns than the headline rate increase — how much larger depends on streaming’s growth

Money For Nothing • YouTube takes a hands - off approach to rights management. Sources say the process is riddled with errors — and some companies game the system

INDIE LABELS PRICED OUT OF RADIO PLAY • Promotion executives from independent labels tell Billboard that a pay-to-play “toll” is keeping them off the airwaves

AN ONLINE KARAOKE BOOM GENERATES BILLIONS IN CHINA • With 51% of mobile phone users in China downloading karaoke apps, controlling the space becomes crucial to streaming services

From The Desk Of… Sherrese Clarke Soares • FOUNDER/CEO, HARBOURVIEW EQUITY PARTNERS

From Studio To Stardom • Latin producers are becoming more prominent than ever before — and are building brands for the long run

ONE FINAL HURRAH

The Many Lives Of Nicky Jam

TINI

MALUMA'S NEXT ACT • ENTERING A NEW CHAPTER OF HIS MUSICAL CAREER, MALUMA IS LAUNCHING A RECORD LABEL, MANAGING MULTIPLE BUSINESSES AND THINKING BIGGER THAN EVER

THE MAGNNIFICENT SEVEN • WITH THEIR INFECTIOUS LIVE ENERGY, MEXICAN STARS GRUPO FIRME HAVE SKYROCKETED TO STADIUM-FILLING SUCCESS — WHILE STAYING FIERCELY INDEPENDENT

AFO VERDE • CHAIRMAN/CEO, SONY MUSIC LATIN-IBERIA

LATIN POWER PLAYERS

JOSÉ ÁNGEL HERNÁNDEZ • CEO, Flow La Movie

ÉRIC “DUARS” PÉREZ • FOUNDER/CEO, DUARS ENTERTAINMENT

WALTER KOLM • FOUNDER/CEO, WK ENTERTAINMENT; FOUNDER/OWNER, WK RECORDS/WKMX

NELSON ALBAREDA

A GLOBAL GOLDEN AGE • Amid unprecedented growth and streaming of the genre both domestically and worldwide, LATIN MUSIC WEEK returns to Miami for its 32nd edition. Six days of programming include concerts, showcases and over 30 star-packed panels (like the highlights below) — plus the Billboard Latin Music Awards, airing live Sept. 29 on Telemundo

CHAYANNE, UP CLOSE • Before sharing his new music with the world, the Puerto Rican pop legend opens up — and picks up a big honor — at Latin Music Week

2022 NEW AND RENOVATED VENUES TO WATCH • Two years after touring and construction halted, companies are betting big on innovative spaces to bring fans back to live events

NICKY YOURE • How the singer-songwriter’s breakout hit went through the “roof” on TikTok and the radio


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Frequency: Every other week Pages: 198 Publisher: Penske Media Corporation Edition: Sep 17 2022

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: September 16, 2022

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OverDrive Magazine

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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.

Billboard

Bad Bunny, Morgan Wallen Mark Milestones On Billboard 200

Downturn Hits The Music Industry • While recorded music and the live business look recession-proof, other sectors feel economic pressure

FOR WHAT IT’S WORTH • Publishers’ streaming royalties settlement will yield larger returns than the headline rate increase — how much larger depends on streaming’s growth

Money For Nothing • YouTube takes a hands - off approach to rights management. Sources say the process is riddled with errors — and some companies game the system

INDIE LABELS PRICED OUT OF RADIO PLAY • Promotion executives from independent labels tell Billboard that a pay-to-play “toll” is keeping them off the airwaves

AN ONLINE KARAOKE BOOM GENERATES BILLIONS IN CHINA • With 51% of mobile phone users in China downloading karaoke apps, controlling the space becomes crucial to streaming services

From The Desk Of… Sherrese Clarke Soares • FOUNDER/CEO, HARBOURVIEW EQUITY PARTNERS

From Studio To Stardom • Latin producers are becoming more prominent than ever before — and are building brands for the long run

ONE FINAL HURRAH

The Many Lives Of Nicky Jam

TINI

MALUMA'S NEXT ACT • ENTERING A NEW CHAPTER OF HIS MUSICAL CAREER, MALUMA IS LAUNCHING A RECORD LABEL, MANAGING MULTIPLE BUSINESSES AND THINKING BIGGER THAN EVER

THE MAGNNIFICENT SEVEN • WITH THEIR INFECTIOUS LIVE ENERGY, MEXICAN STARS GRUPO FIRME HAVE SKYROCKETED TO STADIUM-FILLING SUCCESS — WHILE STAYING FIERCELY INDEPENDENT

AFO VERDE • CHAIRMAN/CEO, SONY MUSIC LATIN-IBERIA

LATIN POWER PLAYERS

JOSÉ ÁNGEL HERNÁNDEZ • CEO, Flow La Movie

ÉRIC “DUARS” PÉREZ • FOUNDER/CEO, DUARS ENTERTAINMENT

WALTER KOLM • FOUNDER/CEO, WK ENTERTAINMENT; FOUNDER/OWNER, WK RECORDS/WKMX

NELSON ALBAREDA

A GLOBAL GOLDEN AGE • Amid unprecedented growth and streaming of the genre both domestically and worldwide, LATIN MUSIC WEEK returns to Miami for its 32nd edition. Six days of programming include concerts, showcases and over 30 star-packed panels (like the highlights below) — plus the Billboard Latin Music Awards, airing live Sept. 29 on Telemundo

CHAYANNE, UP CLOSE • Before sharing his new music with the world, the Puerto Rican pop legend opens up — and picks up a big honor — at Latin Music Week

2022 NEW AND RENOVATED VENUES TO WATCH • Two years after touring and construction halted, companies are betting big on innovative spaces to bring fans back to live events

NICKY YOURE • How the singer-songwriter’s breakout hit went through the “roof” on TikTok and the radio


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