Music videos are on Facebook in the US, how’s that working out? YouTube removed music videos in Denmark over songwriter royalty fallout. Spotify CEO Daniel Ek says working musicians may no longer be able to release music only once every three to four years. How can you navigate through hazardous thought patterns and maintain a healthy mindset? And how to throw out the old paradigm and embrace the new one.
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Spotify CEO Daniel Ek says working musicians may no longer be able to release music only “once every three to four years”
YouTube threatens to remove music videos in Denmark over songwriter royalty fallout.
Music videos are coming to Facebook in the US — including exclusives — from this weekend.
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