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2015 YEAR-TO-DATE MARKETSHARE AT THE
FOUR-MONTH MARK

There’s a familiar look to the tops of the TEA and frontline charts with one third of the year in the books, as Rob Stringer’s Columbia and Monte Lipman’s Republic continue to go toe to toe for the biggest piece of each pie. But another intriguing battle is shaping up in the next tier, as John Janick’s Interscope and Edge/Corson’s RCA recover from off-cycle years to elbow into the mix with Steve Barnett’s Capitol, which began to make its surge a year ago. Another comer is Cameron Strang’s Warner Bros. Records, making good on its turnaround year in 2014, as is L.A. Reid’s Epic. For more in-depth commentary, check out the latest column from I.B.Bad.

 

STRINGER ON "THE ISSUES AND ACTIONS NEEDED"
Sony Music is all in. (6/1a)
"REAL AND CONSTRUCTIVE CHANGE": SIR LUCIAN SPEAKS OUT
UMG is all in. (6/1a)
RAPINO: SUPPORTING BLACK CULTURE, ANTI-RACISM
Live Nation is all in. (5/30a)
WMG ON COPING WITH THE MOMENT
Warner Music is all in. (6/1a)
ARTISTS MAKE THEIR VOICES HEARD (UPDATE)
The stars are coming out. (6/1a)
TUESDAY
THE SHOW MUST BE PAUSED
TIME TO REFLECT
TIME TO ACT
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