Music Business USA: The smartest minds, the best stories. Download it here!

What does Universal Music Publishing Group Chairman and CEO Jody Gerson have to say about songwriters, streaming services and the people she’s worked with throughout her career?

Why does Lionfish Entertainment CEO (and J.Balvin and Rosalía manager) Rebeca Léon feel one of her key industry skills is the ability to “flip the shark”?

How does 300 Entertainment CEO Kevin Liles intend to establish the Google-backed indie’s position as king of the “New Independents”?

And where does APG boss Mike Caren believe the biggest future threats and opportunities for the music business will come from?

You’ll have to read Music Business USA to find out.

MBW’s first ever annual almanac about the Stateside music industry is starting to land on the desks of our subscribers throughout North America and Europe this week. (Subscribers in the rest of the world will follow in the coming days.)

Now, MBW’s online readers can download it digitally today (click here to access).

In addition to market-leading analysis and commentary from global business leaders, the magazine also includes must-read interviews with the likes of Motown’s Ethiopia Habtemariam, Warner Chappell Music’s Ryan Press, Three Six Zero’s Mark Gillespie, Monotone Inc’s Ian Montone, Kobalt’s Willard Ahdritz, The Orchard’s Colleen Theis, Capitol Music Group’s Michelle Jubelirer, SESAC’s John Josephson and Zelnick Media Capital’s Strauss Zelnick.

Music Business USA’s arrival follows the successful introduction of Music Business UK magazine – a quarterly physical title dedicated to the British music market which has gone down a storm with subscribers on both sides of the Atlantic.

Nearly all of our limited edition physical copies of Music Business USA have now been dispatched. To grab one of our few remaining physical copies, simply subscribe to MBW’s physical annual subscription package through here.

This will get you MBUSA, the MBW Yearbook and four quarterly issues of Music Business UK over the next 12 months.Music Business Worldwide

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