Beggars Group will stop splitting streaming revenues with artists 50/50. Expect Less Money!

Beggars Group has just announced they will stop splitting streaming revenues with artists 50/50. “A record company such as us, needing to provide the services we do, cannot survive even paying artists 50% of net…

Beggars Group Now Has More Than 40% of Their Digital Revenues Coming from Streaming Services

Beggars Group recently announced that now 40% of their digital revenues are coming from streaming services. In 2012, the label group generated 78% of its digital revenues from download sales and 22% from streaming. Then,…

Beggars Group Say Digital Revenues from Streaming Services Now Account for 22%

The Guardian reports that 22% of Beggars’ digital revenues came from streaming services, and that ‘the majority of its artists earn more now from track streams than track downloads’ – bolstered by the company’s decision to…

eMusic Losing Key Independent Labels Such as Beggars, Merge and Domino

eMusic is getting ready to add 250,000 songs from Universal Music Group’s catalogue, however they are losing out on the independents. eMusic are about to launch a major overhaul to its subscription pricing scheme and this hasnt made a lot of leading independent record labels happy.