lyricfindLyricFind, the world’s leader in legal lyric solutions, today announced a deal with Universal Music Publishing Group (UMPG) to be the sole third party able to administer future licenses for lyrics controlled by UMPG (UMPG retains the right to do direct licenses). Read More
BandPage, the platform more than 500,000 musicians use as a central online profile to reach, engage and monetize millions of fans, has teamed up with LyricFind, the leading provider of licensed lyrics to sites serving more than 5 billion lyric displays per year. Read More
From DMW: Digital Entertainment World (DEW) today announced that Box CEO Aaron Levie and FX CEO John Landgraf have been added to the event’s all-star keynote line-up. Landgraf – Adweek’s 2013 TV Executive of the Year – will join NBCUniversal’s lead IP protection counselor Rick Cotton for a keynote conversation on Tuesday afternoon, February 18, entitled “How Illegal Pirate Sites are Harming the Creative Community and New Strategies to Take the Profit Out of Piracy.” . Read More
LyricFind, a lyrics service with licenses with the four major labels, announced today that Gracenote has merged their lyrics business into LyricFind. Read More
LyricFind is feeling the love for the BlackBerry PlayBook, even if Sprint has decided not to carry the 4G version of Research in Motion’s flagship tablet. The leading provider of legal lyrics services has expanded its popular lyrics app with a version specially designed to take advantage of the PlayBook’s screen and capabilities.
As with its existing Apple iOS and Android apps, LyricFind gives PlayBook users access to the lyrics of more than 1.5 million songs, representing over 40,000 artists and [...].
Toronto – Licensed lyrics database LyricFind has launched a
new program that offers websites and apps the ability to offer licensed song
lyrics for free, but bundled with ads as a means to pay rightsholders. Once
certain traffic levels are met, the publisher shares in the ad revenues. Early
adopters of the service include Muziic and Lyrics.net.
- Last.fm, the social music discovery service owned by CBS (NYSE: CBS), announced on Wednesday
that it has partnered with LyricFind to add the lyrics to over 800,000 songs to
the free site. LyricFind has licensing deals with nearly 2,000 music
publishers, including Warner/Chappell, Sony/ATV and EMI Music Publishing.