Andrew Flanagan

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Andrew Flanagan is a New York-based freelance writer whose byline can be found at places like NPR, Rolling Stone, MTV, and The Quietus. He was the senior editor of The Daily Swarm and served as substitute music editor of City Pages during his many years in the Midwest. Animal lover.

Buying Music Biz 2016

New Deal Allows Indie Publishers and Songwriters to Profit from DJs' Work

The National Music Publishers' Association (NMPA) and Dubset have reached a deal that will allow the NMPA's independent members, both publishing companies and songwriters, to take part in a new streaming "sub-economy" that only recently became technologically feasible.
Buying Music Biz 2016

New Deal Allows Indie Publishers and Songwriters to Profit from DJs' Work

The National Music Publishers' Association (NMPA) and Dubset have reached a deal that will allow the NMPA's independent members, both publishing companies and songwriters, to take part in a new streaming "sub-economy" that only recently became technologically feasible.
A woman watching a video on her Facebook news feed onn iPhone.

Facebook and Warner Music Partner on Test For New Social Feature Slideshow

After reports last summer of a pilot program between Facebook and the major labels that would have brought selected music videos to users' News Feeds, the social networking giant is reportedly planning to offer users a way to more organically incorporate music into their use of the platform.

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