Cooper (left) with SESAC CEO John Josephson Music creators are “at a major crossroads” in seeking proper payment for their work, veteran entertainment attorney Jay L. Cooper said in receiving SESAC’s…
When many music companies are leaving or have left for less-expensive office space, one company has doubled down on its Music Row footprint in Nashville. In December SESAC will move to its new…
Of the three performance rights organizations, SESAC — a somewhat indelicate acronym for its original identity as the Society of European Stage Authors and Composers — is the most merciful when it…
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With the mainstreaming of electronic dance music, the industry has had to confront a number of challenges adapting DJ culture to more established digital music platforms. Not the least of these…
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CBS News has upped a pair of execs in its communications department.
The executive orchestra: Music executives, Part I
For the first time in more than a decade, composers and lyricists working in film, TV and videogames are considering unionization.
Music biz vet Judi Pulver has joined Daily Variety as director of music advertising. She's responsible for all music-related print and online sales, and she's tasked with developing opportunities and…