Shubha Mudgal writes: India's music industry leaves its most vital stakeholders out in the cold, musicians themselves
It is now time for artistes to demand that they be given priority as stakeholders by all working in the sector, in conjunction with the music companies, publishers, policy makers, bureaucrats and other stakeholders, or else, the arts may perish and with it those who make art.
Sonu Nigam takes a dig at T-series head Bhushan Kumar, days after calling out 'music mafia' of industry
Days after expressing the "cruel" machinations of the music industry, Sonu Nigam has released yet another video of him targeting T-series head Bhushan Kumar.
Sonu Nigam urged music companies to support young musicians and be kind to them
Lady Gaga says she was constantly harassed at the start of music career: 'It was the rule, not the exception'
Lady Gaga confessed that there was a 'boys club' culture in the industry and most wouldn't protect people in fear of losing their power
"I've become more relaxed about things. I've learnt that it's important to be authentic because that's what separates you from everyone" - Nicole Scherzinger
Facebook is paying hundreds of millions of dollars to the music industry, so that you can post videos in peace
As Facebook prepares to take on the streaming video services of the world, dealing with copyright infringing content is becoming a growing headache.
The global market for recorded music grew by 5.9 percent in 2016, the quickest pace since industry body IFPI began tracking the market in 1997.
YouTube celebrates advertising as an engine of growth to the Music Industry, even though subscription based services generate far more revenue.
Web sites such as Google's YouTube, DailyMotion and Pinterest could be required to seek licences or revenue-sharing deals with artists for content that is uploaded by their users as part of the European Union's planned copyright overhaul.
Music festivals have witnessed a boom in the past few years, with new events proliferating that cater to every taste and region in what has become a vital source of revenue and publicity for artists.
Beyonce is the highest paid woman in music in 2014, with estimated earnings of $115 million.