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Did you know:

Spotify, the incumbent leading streaming-music platform, recently disclosed it has paid $3bn-plus in royalties to right owners?

IM Global, a Los Angeles-based film & TV producer/distributor, has partnered with Universal Music Group‘s Republic Records to fund and produce “music-driven movies”?

MTV, the US cable network struggling to regain its 1980s reputation as a producer of edgy youth music TV, is investing in scripted dramas based on hit movie franchises and books aimed at young adults?

Amazon Inc, the e-commerce conglomerate notorious for its alleged (legal) tax avoidance tactics in the UK, is reported to have agreed to start auditing its business in Britain via its UK headquarters?

– A federal court has awarded the maximum damages under US law – $37.5m – to several right holders, including 16,000 book publishers, after pirate websites operators were found guilty of copyright infringement?

 

This and more — including a feature focus on the AOL/Verizon merger — in the latest issue of Outside the Box, a midem-exclusive round-up of recent key developments and disruptions beyond music, including:

• Television
• Film
• Tech
• Ads & Marketing
• Books & Print
• Games
• Copyright

Click here to download Outside the Box (email required)

 

This report is the latest issue of a quarterly entertainment trends review developed by MediaTainment Finance, the business journal that covers investments in international media, entertainment and the impact of related digital technologies.

 


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About Author

Juliana Koranteng

International journalist Juliana Koranteng is the London-based editor-in-chief of MediaTainment Finance - http://mediatainmentfinance.com - a business journal that keeps track of investments in the global media, entertainment and creative industries

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