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Warner Music Album To Celebrate 10 Years of Daniel Tiger

By Allison Watkinson TLL Reporter Fred Rogers Productions and Warner Music are celebrating the 10th anniversary of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood with a licensed digital album. “We’re thrilled to continue the 10th anniversary celebration for Daniel… . . . read more

Who’s News: Wasserman Music Appoints VP of Brand Partnerships

By Allison Watkinson TLL Reporter Wasserman Music has added two new industry experts to their roster of experienced employees, including a new VP of Brand Partnerships. The new hires include Adam Krefman (pictured above right)… . . . read more

Who’s News: Warner Music Group Appointing New CEO in 2023

By Gary Symons TLL Editor in ChiefYouTube exec Robert Kyncl will be appointed to the post of CEO at Warner Music Group, replacing current CEO Steve Cooper.Kyncl currently serves as the Chief Business Officer at… . . . read more

KIDZ BOP Appoints Bulldog As UK Licensing Agency

By Allison Watkinson TLL Reporter KIDZ BOP has appointed Bulldog Licensing as its official UK licensing agency, starting at Brand Licensing Europe. KIDZ BOP is a global family music brand that records covers of popular… . . . read more

Warner Music Investigating Subsidiary’s Actions in Russia

By Gary Symons TLL Editor in Chief Warner Music is investigating allegations that one of its subsidiaries continued to operate in Russia after the company suspended its operations. Those allegations were made in an exclusive… . . . read more

Licensing Law: Naked Nevermind Baby Loses Nirvana Lawsuit

By Gary Symons TLL Editor in Chief A California court has ruled against a man who claims the cover artwork on Nirvana’s 1991 grunge rock album Nevermind is child pornography. The ruling comes after Spencer… . . . read more

Music Licensing: Bravado Regains Merch Rights For The Beatles

After a Hard Day’s Night of talks, Universal Music Group’s Bravado division has reacquired merchandise rights for The Beatles. The deal sees the legendary band’s merchandise rights coming back to UMG, which is also the longstanding home… . . . read more

Spotify, Apple and Other Streamers Sign Landmark Music Royalty Agreement

By Gary Symons TLL Editor in Chief Musicians and music streamers have come to what some call an historic new agreement on higher royalty rates. The National Music Publishers’ Association (NMPA), the Nashville Songwriters Association… . . . read more

Glass Animals Team Up With Xbox for Pac-Man World Re-PAC Program

It’s been quite a year for the breakout band Glass Animals, who have topped the billboard charts, headlined the Glastonbury festival, and now are partnered with Xbox on the latest Pac-Man game release. Glass Animals… . . . read more

Metaverse Licensing: iHeartMedia Hosting Concerts in Fortnite

iHeartMedia took its first steps in to the metaverse by launching its first virtual world on Fortnite,called iHeartLand. The launch is just the first step in iHeartMedia’s ambitious plans for the metaverse, as the company undertakes a… . . . read more