This Week in Music Publishing: October 12, 2011

Ryan Brodhead on Oct 12, 2011
  • Spotify launches In Denmark, its ninth Country
  • 'American Idol' winner Scotty McCreery makes history at No. 1 on Billboard 200
  • Chris Brown tops BET Hip-Hop Awards followed by Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Wiz Khalifa
  • EMI, Live Gamer Partner On Facebook Apps; U.K. rapper Professor Green first to benefit
  • U.K. Study says private sector undervalues creative industries
  • Music licensing service Rumblefish adds Ex-Pandora board member
  • Taylor Swift named Billboard Woman of the Year
  • Business Matters: CD Baby launches its own Facebook app
  • Spotify's Big Losses in 2010 are evidence freemium models need time to grow
  • iTunes great for Apple, but was it for music biz?
  • RCA's Peter Edge, Tom Corson on the shuttering of Jive, J and Arista
  • EMI Auction: Second-round bids are in, questions still looming
  • Business Matters: Rdio unveils free listening option
  • 2011 U.S. album sales still strong after three quarters
  • Early Report: Facebook Music isn't helping artists gain fans
  • Grooveshark got asked how much they pay artists

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