Ditto Music announces launch of new publishing company

This article originally appeared on Music Business Worldwide. Independent distribution and label service provider Ditto Music has a new music publishing arm in the works and the firm is looking for Global Head of Publishing to launch the new division. Ditto’s expansion into publishing follows the creation of its London-headquartered Ditto Management arm in March. Speaking to MBW, Ditto Music CEO … Read moreDitto Music announces launch of new publishing company

Bluebox’s Lee Parsons & Jeff Ward speak at Changes Festival in Melbourne

Bluebox CEO Lee Parsons and CTO Jeff Ward spoke at the Changes Music Summit & Festival on the panel Blockchain Unblocked: How Will it Revolutionise the Music Indsutry and What Do You Need to Know? The pair spoke alongside other esteemed speakers including Miles Carrol of Kosmos Capital and Rose Sun of Bica Capital on … Read moreBluebox’s Lee Parsons & Jeff Ward speak at Changes Festival in Melbourne

Amaru Don TV Interview: Lee Parsons on how the music industry really works

In a series of interviews with established music industry YouTube channel Amaru Don TV, Lee Parsons explains how Ditto Music began, how the music industry really works and what the future holds for both Ditto Music and the music business in general. In this first interview with Amaru Don TV, Lee charts the story of … Read moreAmaru Don TV Interview: Lee Parsons on how the music industry really works

Bluebox present at Tezos event in Bangkok

Bluebox CEO Lee Parsons spoke to attendees at the Tezos Event in Bangkok, demonstrating how the Bluebox platform can solve major issues faced by the modern music industry when it comes to widespread problems related to copyright protection and revenue loss. In his presentation, Lee explained how the global music industry is currently haemorrhaging millions … Read moreBluebox present at Tezos event in Bangkok

Rolling Stone Interview: Lee Parsons explains why artists are turning away from record deals

This article originally appeared on Rolling Stone. When Chance the Rapper made Grammy history last year by becoming the first artist to snag one of the coveted awards without selling physical copies of his music, the win resonated well beyond the Chicago rapper’s own résumé. “This is for every indie artist!” Chance — whose album Coloring Bookbeat out several massive, … Read moreRolling Stone Interview: Lee Parsons explains why artists are turning away from record deals