CMU’s Andy Malt and Chris Cooke review key events in music and the music business from the last week, including Universal Music boss Lucian Grainge’s confirmation that a big old rejig of the way streaming monies are allocated to individual tracks by the digital platforms each month is a key priority for the biggest music rights company in the world, plus Dr Dre’s legal run-in with US Congress member Marjorie Taylor Greene.
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01: Lucian Grainge (00:06:51)
02: Dr Dre (00:32:03)
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STORIES DISCUSSED THIS WEEK
• Universal boss says streaming needs to shift to an “artist-centric” model
• Dr Dre sets lawyers on Marjorie Taylor Greene over copyright infringement
• Marjorie Taylor Green responds to Dr Dre
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