Why can’t the music industry pay its artists?

Music has always been a risky business.

The money is never there, the stars are often underpaid and the stars, especially the most famous, have been notoriously difficult to secure.

Yet the industry has never been in better shape than it is today.

The Internet is giving people the ability to create their own music and share it with others.

There are new apps and services, including YouTube, that have allowed users to upload music from their smartphones to the Internet, thereby allowing anyone with access to their phone to listen to the music.

And that has helped.

The rise of streaming music services has led to a massive rise in the number of artists working on the side.

And as more artists sign contracts with record labels, they can negotiate with artists who would have previously been underwriting them.

But the major labels don’t have the resources to help artists negotiate these deals.

To make matters worse, a new industry is rapidly emerging.

In this new industry, artists are paid for each track they write, regardless of whether the song is commercially successful.

It’s called the “digital rights management” (DRM) industry.

The music industry has always relied on a handful of major record labels to guarantee the rights to the songs they produce.

These companies were able to secure lucrative licensing deals that made it possible for them to control what artists could make available online.

But in the digital rights management industry, these rights have been taken away, making it more difficult for artists to make money from their songs.

The rise of the digital royalties industry in the U.S. has caused much debate about what the rights should be.

Critics argue that the digital industry should be treated as a different type of business, separate from traditional record companies, because it is decentralized.

But that is not true.

In fact, the digital-rights industry is already the biggest in the world.

In the United States, the UMG label owns rights to more than half of all music in the country, and it’s the only one that makes money from music.

The digital-industry companies that have emerged over the past few years include RCA Records, Warner Music Group, Universal Music Group and Atlantic Records.

As the music market becomes more decentralized, it’s increasingly difficult for the labels to enforce their rights to artists.

And that’s one of the reasons why the labels have begun to look to the emerging digital rights-management industry as a model for how to better protect their artists.

The labels have been in talks with digital rights companies, but they haven’t made much progress.

According to music industry experts, the biggest problem with the digital market right now is that it’s not decentralized.

And in a world where the rights are often controlled by a handful and the costs are often high, that means that the labels can’t negotiate deals with artists that are best for the artists.

And, in addition to the problem of the labels not negotiating deals with musicians that are worth signing, the growing number of digital rights players is also putting pressure on the labels.

Some labels are considering laying off workers.

And while the labels are looking to the digital sector for help, they are facing the same challenge that the music industries have faced for years: How to find talent.

The industry needs to hire more people to help it find and hire talented artists.

The industry has also faced an enormous amount of competition from newer digital-music services, such as Spotify and YouTube.

And those services have come up with a lot of ideas for how they want to compete.

They’re looking to offer streaming services that let users watch music for free.

That is a good idea, but it’s going to be a difficult one to scale.

The major labels want to make sure that they are making money from the music they make, so they have to compete with the services.

Music fans have become increasingly used to having music for the price of free, so it’s hard to believe that the next wave of digital services will offer something that will make them pay for their music.

The biggest problem in the music-rights landscape right now has to do with the music itself.

The biggest problem is that there’s no one who understands what it means to make a living from music, and there’s a lot that’s unclear about what’s actually going on behind the scenes.

The new digital-radio service MusicRadar was launched last month by a group of musicians, including some of the biggest names in music.

MusicRadr allows users to listen and stream music from artists who have signed exclusive deals with major labels.

The service was designed to help musicians make money and help artists find new fans.

But there’s also a lot to like about MusicRadra.

It offers users access to music they might otherwise be missing out on, but also offers a way to monetize music.

This new service will allow users to buy digital music, which will then be sold on the radio.

It sounds great.

But it’s unclear whether the service is going to succeed.Music