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Music Unlimited is ‘headed for global succcess’

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ONY Network Entertainment hosted a press conference yesterday looking at its new Music Unlimited Powered By Qriocity cloud-based music service, and the wider implications for the music business. “We are trying to do something at Sony that hasn’t happened in the past very well: to take a look at the full range of assets of the company and try to create a really exciting set of propositions,” said Tim Schaaff, president of Sony Network Entertainment. “It’s visionary and we’re very supportive of that. Ultimately cloud-based music is about consumer convenience,” said Sony’s Thomas Hesse. He also welcomed Sony’s openness, with plans to launch apps for Android and iPhone. “Services like this do not compete with

the existing services in my mind,” said Rob Wells of Universal Music Group. He added that Music Unlimited “has an absolute, genuine, categorical shot at success on a global basis”. Michael Nash of Warner Music Group agreed with Wells, that it won’t cannibalise existing digital music sales: “We’re talking about tens of millions of consumers who are largely not digitally migrated at this point.” When asked from the audience if the service legitimises piracy, Schaaff said: “We aren’t bringing songs into the cloud that we don’t actually have licences for.” The service is launching with six million songs in its catalogue, but that’s just the start according to Schaaff. “We want all the music in the world on the service.”

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AKE risks — but always have a plan B. This was the advice of Rachel Masters, co-founder of Red Magnet Media, at yesterday’s session on Linkin Park’s digital transformation. Masters is the architect of Linkin Park’s digital strategy, which helped the American superband release their fourth number-one record and launch a successful international tour in 2010. Masters said: “One lesson I’ve learned is that, when you’re doing things for the first time with early-stage technology companies, things go squiggly. Always have a plan B.” In the event, Masters’ plan-A was a

success. Linkin Park’s branded social network now has over 140,000 members and the band’s Facebook friends have skyrocketed to 22 million from a mere 1.5 million a year ago. Aaron Ray, a partner at management, media and production company The Collective, cited “the ability to adapt” as a vital quality when building a digital presence. “At first we thought Linkin Park’s fans would be most interested in exclusive content,” he said. “But it turns out that the number-one reason they go to blogs and social-network sites is to meet the band and forge a personalised connection with them.”

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Pitch Session: Discover 2011’s Hottest Music Mobile Applications

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HE FIRST of two Pitch Sessions aimed at discovering 2011’s hottest music mobile applications featured 10 pitches from a range of companies, including France’s Airbuzz, Russia’s Amidio, Australia’s Jammbox and Finland’s Playmysong. Judges included Rudy De Waele of Mobile 2.0, Daniel Klaus of AppFund and Tim O’Brien of Tapulous. Among the five-minute pitches were several mixing apps, a music discovery tool from Jammbox and the innovative bar-soundtrack concept PlayMySong. “PlayMySong allows people in a bar to choose music from that establishment’s selection if the bar also has the app,” said Rami Korhonen, partner and co-founder of Playmysong.

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T IS vital that a cloud service can provide rapid elasticity, in order to expand alongside the companies that use it, said Christian Goire, head of advanced research strategy at Gemalto. Speaking at yesterday’s Innovation: Everything You Always Wanted To Know About Cloud Music conference, Goire added: “Research company Gartner’s definition of a cloud is that it is where scaleable and elastic IT-related capabilities are provided as a service to external customers using internet technology. Taking that as a basis, there are three kinds of hybrid clouds — private, community and public — each of which has its own service model.” Companies sharing resources in the cloud is an option, but it presents challenges, Goire said: “Virtualisation means you share assets in the cloud, but then the server has to be designed with the correct firewalls. There also has to be a service level agreement that is very clear about what customers want and don’t want to share.”

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YESTERDAY’s MIDEM First-Timers Cocktail brought together first-timers from 2011 and 1967 — the year that MIDEM launched. Pictured at the event are MIDEM veterans Belmont University’s Don Cusic (left), Reed MIDEM’s Peter Rhodes, Catalyst Music Publishing’s Peter Knight, Bleu Blanc Rouge’s Jean Kluger, Reed MIDEM’s Paul Zilk and Red Bullet/Nanada Music’s Willem van Kooten

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RTISTS At Work: Mixing Talent & Technology saw two artists — singer/songwriter Imogen Heap and OK Go’s lead singer and guitarist Damian Kulash — discussing social media, creativity, technology and ways of connecting directly with fans. Heap talked about her Royal Albert Hall gig in London last November, for which she asked fans to send in video clips of nature. These were then turned into a short film that was projected during the gig. “It wasn’t just about the clips, but the stories of the people who had made the clips,” she said. The film was viewed by 482,000 people online. Kulash announced that OK Go’s next online video release would be in April. “We are making the entire thing in HTML5 with developers from Mozilla,”

he said. “It’s unclear at this point what exactly it’ll be, which is exciting because we have a list of 50 or 100 ideas.”

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HREE days of live music kicked off yesterday with the start of The Fringe line-up, sponsored by entertainment metadata company Rovi. The Fringe bill includes rock/blues/folk/funk singersongwriter and guitarist from San Francisco, Garrick Davis; Mangomad, the solo project of Edinburghbased producer Kelman Greig; and musician/singer/ composer/producer and bandleader Sonnyboy; French singer and songwriter Marion Corrales; and Irish songwriter, singer and guitarist Paul Casey. The evening saw the French Vibes line-up headlined by our cover artists, rising stars AaRON, and also featuring multi-instrumentalist Medi, pictured here. From today, included in the MIDEM Talent line-up: the haunting, harmonius sounds of Irishman James Vincent McMorrow; Belfast’s art-rockers Yes Cadets; the “swirling, symphonic, electronic bliss-disco” of London-based duo Monarchy; and the melodic and intimate pop of French/English/Swedish act Puggy. The British At MIDEM line-up offers a double dose of singer Fyfe Dangerfield, with his band The Guillemots, and solo in an acoustic session. The live music continues with country showcases from Taiwan, China and Japan, and jazz at the Jazz Club Brazil.

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N ITS first visit to MIDEM, global advertising agency Ogilvy & Mather hosts a Pitch Session today that is part of the MIDEM Sync programme (Auditorium K, 12.00). The presentation will suggest music professionals need to “look beyond the cheque” and contribute more than just a piece of audio to an advertising campaign if they want to provide added value both to advertisers and their own artists. “Licensing shouldn’t be the end of the conversation,” said Ogilvy music manager Tara Austin. “The music industry is changing and just at the same time we, and our clients, are being squeezed. Publishers [should look at] how can they collaborate with the agency to get the

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most out of the media spend our clients put into a campaign – should they be selling downloads alongside the advertised product in online supermarkets? Giving the track away or allowing it to be remixed in branded apps?” Ogilvy cited the phenomenal success The Guillemots’ Fyfe Dangerfield enjoyed after his cover of Billy Joel’s Always A Woman was featured in the UK’s 2010 John Lewis store’s ad campaign. Dangerfield subsequently released the single and both his cover and the Billy Joel original charted in the UK for a number of weeks. “It’s a great song,” Austin said. “Not only was its release a success for the music industry it was also a great success for John Lewis — and repeatedly, when their target audience hear that track on the radio or from the download they purchased, they’re filled with love for the brand.” “Music is a great place for brands to build engagement with their audience,” said Alasdair Graham, creative partner at Ogilvy. “So it seems silly that we’re not all doing more. If nothing else we’ve come to MIDEM for the first time this year, to let the music industry know that if they have great innovative ideas for how we can push things further, then Ogilvy’s all ears.”

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ACEM held a press conference yesterday featuring Claude Lemesle, president of the board of directors of SACEM and Bernard Miyet, CEO and chairman of the management board who presented the results of the survey The French and Music. “One of the most important conclusions of the survey is that music is the most popular activity for 15- to 24-year-olds ahead of going to the cinema, watching TV and even playing video games,” Claire Giraudin, head of research at SACEM, said. “And we are very happy to be able to report that the chanson Francaise is the country’s favourite genre across all age groups, while frenchlanguage pop is very popular with 15- to 24-year-olds.” The report, which was conducted by OpinionWay, also concluded that 40% of 15- to 24-year-olds use nomadic media (mobile players and mobile phones) to listen to music.

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PERFORMING the sake ceremony on the Music Publishers Association of Japan (MPAJ) stand yesterday were JETRO’s Masashi Oshita (left) with Marie Digby, the MPAJ’s Haji Taniguchi and Ken Ohtake. Tonight Japanese/ American singer Marie Digby will be performing at the Access Japan evening in The Lounge Bar at 18.30. “Marie is a great choice because she has a way of expressing her Japanese roots in a way that people who are not regularly exposed to our culture will understand,” MPAJ executive director Ken Ohtake, said. “We are also seeing much more interest in Japanese artists from the younger generation who are exposed to the songs in Anime, so I expect to see Japanese artists being much more present in the European and US markets in the future.”

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Can classical music lead industry back to black?

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HE CLASSICAL-music industry is in the recovery room, while the rest of the music business is still in the operating theatre. This is how Chris Hunt, president of IMZ, summed up the current state of the music industry — and why he believes the classical sector can help point the way forward. “The market contraction hit the classicalmusic market before other areas of the industry, so we are further along the curve,” he said. “We are now in the process of building a sustainable, collaborative business model based on emerging distribution channels, such as digital cinema and the internet.”

While stressing that the IMZ, which celebrates its 50th anniversary at MIDEM, is witnessing “green shoots rather than a full recovery”, Hunt said he is bullish about the global audiovisual music and dance association’s next half-century. “Classical music is probably healthier now than it has ever been, with more people going to concerts and the live industry thriving,” he said. “The audience is there, it’s consistent and it’s hungry.” But with little cultural content on television and DVD sales in decline, it is also hard to reach the people who want to consume classical music. “So the question is not how we create demand but how we satisfy it,” Hunt added.

IMZ president Chris Hunt at the association’s 50th anniversary celebration

deal CELAS licenses EMI catalogue to simfy

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HE ONLINE music service simfy Steffen Wicker, founder and managing has signed a licensing deal with director of simfy, added: “We were CELAS, that gives simfy’s users in particularly impressed with CELAS’ Germany, Austria and Switzerland service-oriented approach during the the online usage of EMI Music discussions and contract negotiations.” Publishing’s Anglo-American repertoire Licensing contracts with CELAS make until the end of 2011. it easier for online music providers to CELAS represents EMI Music Publishing’s acquire rights beyond the borders of their repertoire for online and mobile countries. exploitation in Europe. Simfy users have the choice between two different usage models. Streaming-on-demand can be accessed in a version financed by advertising or in a version financed by subscriptions. Alexander Wolf, managing director of CELAS, said the deal illustrated that it is possible to license streaming-based business models “in such a way that the interests of both sides are served — the licensee as well as the creative copyright106_CATCHM_N2_DEM__ 19/01/11 19:26 Page1 holders represented by CELAS”. CELAS’ Alexander Wolf

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DUARDO Bautista is known in the music industry as both a lover of music and a lover of technology. But the CEO of Spanish authors, composers and publishers society SGAE has been obliged to watch his country become the European leader in piracy. “I’m devastated by the state of the Spanish music market,” he said. “There are many reasons to explain why Spain has the terrible honour of being number one in piracy in Europe. “There are legal reasons in that our copyright law only considers that direct infringers are responsible for copyright

infringements. Meanwhile, the Spanish e-commerce law provides exemptions for ISPs in general, including link providers. This obviously makes it very difficult to attack piracy.” SGAE is, however, fighting back. “Just this week we have launched a number of actions for 2011 aimed at changing the perception and image of SGAE in particular and of music authors in general,” Bautista said. “SGAE will also dedicate a great deal of effort, along with considerable resources, to raising awareness among consumers and internet users about copyright.”

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KEE MARCELLO, the Swedish glamrock star and ex-member of the legendary rock group Europe, performs with his new band of the same name in Cannes today to promote their new double album, which is scheduled for release in May. Simultaneously, an autobiography about his drug-fuelled life during the 1980s and 1990s and a new TV documentary will be coming out. “Many people miss the melodic hard rock from the 1980s and 1990s; I want to give something old and new to the fans.” Pictured are: (left to right) Tim Moore, Jonny Scaramanga, Paul White, Ken Sandin, and Kee Marcello. FRENCH minister of culture and communication Frederic Mitterrand meets the stars of the French Vibes concert line-up before the evening’s music begins. PUBLISHER of international music magazine Songlines, Paul Geoghegan, is at MIDEM with the next edition of the publication which features exclusive playlists by Bryan Adams. The 75th edition, published in April, will feature an exclusive sampler produced by the French Music Bureau. Pictured are French Music Bureau’s Ben Ling with Paul Geoghegan.

YES CADETS, the art-rock band from Belfast, Northern Ireland, are in Cannes to perform tonight at the MIDEM Talent concert in the Salon Acajou, Hotel Martinez, scheduled for 20.30. Pictured here are band members Steven Matthews, Lisa Mageean and Alan Haslam.

ROMANIAN artist Inna is currently enjoying major success in France with the album Hot, released in the territory through Jeff Records, having sold 100,000 copies to earn a double Gold Album status. Here the singer posed for a photo with the team behind her success.

CNR/MOSTIKO Records’ Tom de Meijer (right) presents Gold Discs to partners Armada Music’s Bastiaan Braeken (centre) from the Netherlands and Sirup Music’s Maurizzio Collela (second right) from Switzerland to mark 20,000 sales in Belgium of Swedish DJ Tim Berg’s Bromance. Hosting the ceremony was Christophe Depreter (second left), general manager of Belgian collecting society SABAM, with colleague Thierry Dachelet (left).

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GEMA, Omnifone deal opens up Germany to digital music

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MNIFONE, the independent provider of cloud-based unlimited music services, has made a landmark deal with German collection society GEMA to license the first legitimate global subscription service in Germany. Omnifone and GEMA agreed licensing for Sony’s cloud-based music service Music Unlimited Powered By Qriocity, which launches in Germany this weekend on Sony’s range of network connected devices including Bravia TVs, Blu-ray Disc players, Blu-ray Disc Home Theatre systems, and PlayStation 3 computer entertainment systems. Through its negotiations for Sony’s cloud-based digital music service Music Unlimited Powered By Qriocity, Omnifone worked with GEMA, the authors’ association for works of music, to establish a new licensing agreement for unlimited music services. “We are very pleased about the successful agreement with Omnifone,” said chairman of the executive board of GEMA, Dr Harald Heker. “The signing of the contract illustrates that it is possible after all to license innovative business models in the field of online,” Tim Schaaff, president of Sony Network Entertainment, said: “Omnifone’s groundbreaking license agreement with GEMA enables us to roll out the first fully licensed cloud-based unlimited

music service in Germany delivering a great consumer experience to users, whilst ensuring that publishers and composers represented by GEMA are fairly compensated for the music accessed by subscribers,” he said.

Tim Schaaff, president of Sony Network Entertainment: “Great experience to users”

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INSTON Rodney, also known as Grammy-award winning reggae legend Burning Spear, said the music industry has improved in a way that truly benefits independent artists. At MIDEM for the second time, Rodney said after 42 years in the business, “things have changed for the better for me as an independent artist”. He explained: “I am now able to take control of what I do for myself. I got serious about it four to five years ago as I learned to exploit our assets more effectively.” His label Burning Spear Records is in Cannes seeking international distributors and to cut sync and publishing deals. The label owns the rights to a catalogue

of 40 albums, 26 of which have already been released. The catalogue includes Jah Is Real, which clinched the Grammy award for Best Reggae Album in 2008.

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USSIAN singer Marina Laslo the work of Hollywood composer and makes three appearances at musician Graham Preskett on Night MIDEM — performing at And Day. “They wanted me to do this the Underground Stage (18.40) and song Wonderful Life and when I heard Morrison’s Lounge (21.40) today, and it I didn’t like it,” she said. “But after at a press conference at the Majestic Graham’s arrangement on it, I loved it.” Barriere on Tuesday. With her at the press conference will be renowned producer Robin Millar whose credits include Sade, Chrissie Hynde and David Gray, and who has now produced Laslo’s new album Night And Day. “She’s the real deal,” Millar told the MIDEM News. “A real torch singer.” He added that he came to MIDEM because “sitting around in London waiting to be signed by Universal is not the way Robin Millar to do things these days”. Laslo praises 132_RMSPEEDNET_N2_DEM__ 21/01/11 14:50Marina Page1Laslo

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RANDS offer high growth potential, according to Sonicbids’ CEO Panos Panay, who continues to open up every possible channel for the 300,000 acts that his company represents. “We are very excited about the way the relationship between brands and artists is developing,” Panay said. “Our revenue from this area grew by a factor of three in 2010. There has been a fundamental shift in brands’ attitudes towards working with music and we will be making a couple of big announcements in the coming months about new projects with brands.” Panay recently signed an agreement with the Association of Independent Festivals (AIF), under which Sonicbids will pay €a1,500 to festival organisers for every two Sonicbids bands booked. Panay is presenting today’s Inspirational Music & Brands Case Study at 12.00 in the Auditorium Esterel, where he will be talking about his company’s relationship with Converse. This is followed at 13.00 by the Music & Brands networking reception in the Esterel foyer, hosted by Sonicbids.

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Panay added that at the 11.00 Music & Brands session Diesel’s Stefano Taboga will be talking about his company’s involvement with Sonicbids.

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HE BPI has launched its 2011 international trade-mission programme at MIDEM. Julian Wall, director of international events at the UK trade body, said the first date would be the US sync-licensing trade mission, which takes in June in Los Angeles. “This event aims to link UK music companies with the film, TV, advertising and computer games companies operating out of the entertainment capital of the world, and assist them in placing UK music

in their products and titles,” Wall said. The second trade mission will take BPI members to Tokyo, Japan — the world’s largest music market — in October. The mission’s purpose is to give UK companies a crash course in the dos and don’ts of selling music in Japan’s complex and competitive market. “There exists a proven track record in the value that these exercises have for UK music companies,” Wall said. “The BPI is delighted to be able to present another exciting programme for 2011.”

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IANO Classics, a label highlighting rising piano and keyboard stars, as well as old masters, is being launched at MIDEM. Jeremy Elliott, a veteran music industry executive, and Pieter van Winkel, formerly A&R director of Brilliant Classics, bring an initial 10 releases to Cannes and hope to build the catalogue with up to 90 new titles each year. Among the launch albums are Jorg Demus playing Franck, Fou Ts’ong performing Debussy and a Rachmaninoff programme from Nikolai Lugansky. A two-disc Liszt edition, to mark this year’s bicentenary, includes performances by Arrau, Brendel, Richter, Kentner. Elliott said the label would fund new recordings as well as licensing performances. “We are talking to a

number of labels, major and minor, about expanding our roster,” he added. “Artists will be able to upload their details on to our website.” The site — piano-classics.com — will feature concert details, collaborations between artists and concert managements, and information about piano festivals, competitions and publishers. “In fact anything to do with pianos,” Elliott said. Although piano repertoire is a niche market, Elliott argued that it is a fastgrowing one, particularly in Asia and Eastern Europe. Distribution agreements have been negotiated for the UK, the US and Japan, as well as online via e-tailers such as iTunes and Amazon. Elliott said he expected to seal further deals for Piano Classics during MIDEM.

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seamlessly to boost concert-ticket sales via their respective websites and social networks. Acts participate by registering with the service and connecting their GigsWiz profiles with their Facebook and Twitter accounts. They can also link their socialmedia pages to GigsWiz proprietary widgets, which lists the acts’ upcoming concerts. GigsWiz was voted one of 2010’s top five music 2.0 start-ups by the UK’s Guardian newspaper.

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HE ECLECTIC roster of Canada’s eOne Music expanded at the end of 2010 with the signing of sludge metal act Crowbar. The signing adds to an already robust hard rock line-up that includes Darkest Hour and High On Fire. Charles Book, eOne Music’s international director, said the company comes to MIDEM — and to 2011 — “in aggressive mood, and with strengths as an independent in all genres”. Projects from high profile acts Brian McKnight and James Torme (son of Mel), bluegrass-fusion act Bela

Fleck And The Flecktones, and a Miles Davis Latin tribute project currently under way, all feature in a “strong year for new releases” and underscore Book’s assertion that the company has remained “solid and agile” in the face of the “digital paradigm shift”. Big announcements for eOne’s six-strong team at MIDEM include the renewal of relationships with Japan’s JVC Victor and Australia’s Shock Records. “And we’re looking for new partnerships and new signings, and MIDEM is a great place to do that,” Book said. New eOne signing, Crowbar

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