Music Publishing 101 – A quick and simple guide to Music Publishing

In this article we’ll explain everything you need to know about Music Publishing, without getting complicated.

Sony Music Publishing partner with Stockholm-based music management and publishing company The Very Good

Sony recently announced its partnership with Stockholm-based company The Very Good Music Publishing to provide support to their catalogue.

Top songwriters for artists including Ariana Grande demand fair credit for writing hits

Why should artists get paid for songs they didn’t even write? The Pact, a group of US songwriters, is fighting back.

Sony/ATV Rebrands And Returns As Sony Music Publishing

The world’s largest music publishing company changes name back to Sony Music Publishing.

Rocket Songs offers music artists tracks from the world’s best songwriters with new online hub

Take your pick of hidden gems from some of the top music industry songwriters, publishers, and producers on new online music marketplace Rocket Songs.

How to sell your songs online for free

As well as dozens of streaming services and social platforms for monetization, RouteNote also distribute to a number of stores that specialize in selling music.

Mick Fleetwood Follows Bandmates Footsteps And Sells Music Rights

Music publishing Giant BMG snaps up Mick Fleetwood’s interests in all of Fleetwood Mac’s recorded work, except for first two albums.

How to publish music on streaming services for free

RouteNote helps thousands of independent artists and labels publish their entire back catalogue of music on top streaming services and stores. How can RouteNote help you? With end-to-end tools for music publishing, marketing and monetizing,…

How to get your music on Pandora for free

Get your music on the top streaming services such as Pandora, Spotify, Apple Music, Amazon Music and YouTube Music and more for free today. Owned by SiriusXM, music streaming and online radio platform Pandora plays…

Do Music Producers Get Music Publishing Royalties?

Answer: Yes and No. The music producer won’t normally receive any music publishing royalties unless it was agreed in the contract and / or the music producer added an element to your finished track.