BMG launches neighboring rights service; signs up The Who’s Roger Daltrey as one of its first clients

Heading the new service is VP Operations Strategy David Miller
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Foo Fighters, Kobalt & BMG to donate proceeds from Times Like These: BBC Radio 1 Stay Home Live Lounge

Dave Grohl: “I hope that it helps lift people’s spirits, and reminds them that we’ll all be back in one of those muddy fields again someday soon.”
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‘As older subscribers come online to streaming services, there’s more of a focus on catalog.’

Hartwig Masuch on BMG’s performance in 2019 – and how the major rightsholders might change in the years ahead
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Kevin Parker (and Tame Impala) signs new global publishing deal with Sony/ATV

Parker originally signed with Sony/ATV Australia in 2009, and inked a deal outside of that territory with BMG
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Jamie Nelson and Gemma Reilly to lead BMG’s UK recordings team, as Korda Marshall inks new deal

“We are now the most successful UK record company outside of the three traditional majors.”
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Artist streaming revolt: Former Universal Germany boss thinks modern record labels ‘keep disproportionate amount of income’

Motor Music posts blog in support of protesting artists in Germany
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BMG responds to artist streaming revolt in Germany: ‘It is time for record companies to change.’

Letter appears to seek a ‘user-centric’ style of payment, while “attacking” record companies
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