Music Business Roundup: Oseary Launches Maverick, Subscribe on BandCamp, and More

Each week, Songspace recaps the top stories in the world of music business. Here's everything you need to know from the week ending on October 24th.

U2’s Manager Launches New Management Group
Guy Oseary is starting a new music management consortium called Maverick that brings together nine of the industry’s most powerful managers to partner with each other, Live Nation, and technology.
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BandCamp Unveils “Subscribe” Feature
BandCamp released a subscribe feature that allows fans to pay in increments to support artists.
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YouTube Money & TuneCore
TuneCore is now offering artists a service to manage and collect YouTube ad revenue.
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Pandora Announces AMP
Pandora’s Artist Marketing Platform provides valuable information to artists about their listeners, providing them with statistics such as what songs are popular in easy to read visuals.
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EMI Backed By NY Court
The latest ruling in a music publishing case shows how much legal leverage major publishers have, especially when it comes to older contracts like the Ellington one.
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