Music 4.5 has done a couple of big licensing debates over the last few years and they have always been both entertaining and interesting. Licensing is a divisive and sensitive topic, but recently there has been a new addition to the debate – image rights,
It’s time for another Music TechPitch 4.5. On the 23 of April nine interesting music-tech start-ups will take to the stage at the KweekWeek Hub to try to sell their ideas to a panel of judges and to a discerning audience. Will they make it?
We catch up with Music TechPitch 4.5 alumni MPme and ask CEO Christian Miccio what he thinks about pitching. 1. What’s happened in the world of MPme since you pitched at 4.5? Firstly – we’ve had a lot of fun! The world of radio is
London South Bank University is taking part in the Knowledge Transfer Partnership scheme that allows start-ups to grow with the help of government funding. So far the University has helped a start-up grow their profits by £240K a year, created two new jobs and increased
We follow up with Musicbrainz founder Robert Kaye to ask some more questions about Open Data, its future and how Open data can be monetised. 1. In your presentation at Music 4.5 Open Data you mentioned how you unwittingly created a free open data product