(Hypebot) – From IPOs to catalog acquisitions and educational investments in the creator economy to NFT fans investing in their favorite artists, money is pouring into the music business at an unprecedented rate. previous. The team at consumer financial services company Bankrate shares some wisdom as to where and howRead More →

The music industry is entering a new golden age with technology disrupting the way listeners consume music, from virtual reality concerts to unfettered access to listen to any song. at any time. Accordingly, analysts predict that the value of music royalties, licenses and other related assets will likely increase withRead More →

What happened Actions of Tencent Musical Entertainment Group (NYSE: TME) rose to 11.3% in morning trading today, even in the absence of company-specific news. Tencent Music joined a wider range of Chinese stocks that got some relief after China’s central bank eased monetary conditions to boost growth on Tuesday. Moreover,Read More →

As a form of entertainment, music is timeless, but the music industry itself has been seriously disrupted over the past generation. Aspiring artists are now looking to build a following through social media platforms and streaming services, and the live music industry has continued to grow. Power and influence inRead More →

Stock Music Market worth USD 2,137.5 million by 2028, registering a CAGR of 10.9%” — Consistent market information NEW JERSEY, USA, Nov. 15, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ — Description According to Verified Market Research, Global Stock Music Market was valued at 964.4 Million US$ in 2020 and is projected to reach 2,137.5Read More →

S&P Global raised Warner Music Group’s credit rating on Tuesday, July 20, citing booming music streaming activity and music rights acquisitions that immediately boost revenue. S & P’s report contains many common themes about today’s music industry cited by analysts: Streaming accounts for a growing majority of the company’s revenueRead More →

What happened Chinese music streaming service shares Tencent Music Entertainment Group (NYSE:TME) was caught in a landslide this morning, dropping as much as 21% in early trading, and still down around 19% as of 12:45 a.m. EDT. And yet the only apparent news on the wires today is an announcementRead More →