In a week that included a lot of rocky political action, as well the kick off of SXSW, we're looking at some of the industry highlights from the past seven days including a question of whether Apple Music is a failed service, lawsuits from the Zappa and Hendrix families, a recent Trump budget announcement planning to end funding for the National Endowment for the Arts, and more.
- Just 3% Of Apple Users Subscribe To Apple Music: Room For Growth or Failed Service?
- Jimi Hendrix Estate Sues Hendrix's Brother Over Copyrights
- Trump Budget To End All Funding For Nat'l Endowment For The Arts, Corporation For Public Broadcasting
- Move Over Sheeran, Drake Is Breaking Spotify Records Too
- Taylor Swift Preps Plan To Offer Fans Music Streaming, But On Her Own Terms
- More Immigration Confusion As Italian Band Denied Entry To US
- Zappa vs Zappa: Family Legal Struggles Threaten Father's Musical Legacy
- DJs, Producers Can Now Join SoundCloud Premier And Get Paid