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MIKE POSNER RELEASES NEW TRACK “NOTHING IS WRONG” TODAY VIA ISLAND RECORDS

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Radio Facts: Today, Mike Posner releases his new track "Nothing is Wrong", his third single since his triumphant return to the Walk Across America....

OH WONDER MAKE HIGHLY ANTICIPATED RETURN WITH NEW SINGLE “HALLELUJAH”

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Radio Facts: Oh Wonder make their highly anticipated return today with their first single in over two years, “Hallelujah” If there has always been more...
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Time’s Up Co-founder, Nina Shaw, to Discuss Sexual Harassment At Entertainment Industry Conference 

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Time's Up Co-founder to Discuss Sexual Harassment At 2018 Entertainment Industry Conference

Cryptocurrency, Cyber Security, Liability Claims Among Session Topics

A conversation between attorney Nina Shaw, a co-founder of the Time's Up movement against sexual harassment, and Peter Caranicas, Variety Magazine managing editor for features, will highlight the 48th annual Entertainment Industry Conference on June 20. George Savitsky, CPA, founder of Savitsky, Satin, Bacon & Bucci, will receive the 2018 Accountant of the Year Award during the conference. Savitsky is being recognized for his impact on entertainment business management and for his work with charitable organizations, including the Michael J. Fox Foundation. Produced by the CalCPA Education Foundation, the annual conference attracts an audience of CPAs, attorneys and advisers who serve the entertainment industry. This year's conference will feature sessions on alternative investments such as cryptocurrency, liability claims resulting from natural disasters and allegations of sexual misconduct, clients doing business in Canada and vice versa, and providing physical and cyber security for clients and their firms.  
LORDE's "Royals" Captures #1 At Urban Radio

LORDE’s “Royals” Captures #1 At Urban Radio

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Radio Facts: lorde-musicianThe 17-year-old New Zealand songstress makes history as her multi-platinum-selling smash "Royals" captures the number one spot at Urban Radio this week. Becoming a true crossover sensation, the single initially infiltrated the format's Top 10 in December and has gradually risen to #1. This is the first-time that an artist from New Zealand has dominated Urban airwaves in the United States. Simultaneously, the song holds #1 at five formats right now—Urban, Alternative, AAA, Top 40, and Hot AC. Just before 2013 ended, her full-length debut, Pure Heroine [LAVA/Republic Records], was certified Gold by the RIAA for sales of over 500,000. "Royals" itself most recently became quadruple-platinum, moving over 4 million digital downloads in the U.S. alone. Currently, you can catch her on the cover of Rolling Stone. Next weekend, LORDE is nominated for an impressive four Grammy Award nominations at the 56th annual ceremony. "Royals" is up for "Song of the Year", "Record of the Year", and "Best Pop Solo Performance", while Pure Heroine garners a nomination for "Best Pop Vocal Album". "Royals" began its radio journey at the alternative format before blossoming into a crossover mega-hit. It spent a stunning nine weeks at #1 on the Billboard Hot 100. As a byproduct, it seized the record for "Longest #1 on the Billboard Hot 100 by a Female Artist in 2013". Moreover, she remains the youngest artist to top the chart since 1987. This song proves definitive for modern pop music. Moreover, the track ruled AAA Radio for seven straight weeks, and rose to the #1 greatest gainer at both Rhythmic and Hot AC formats, while achieving the #1 spot on iTunes Overall Top Songs Chart and iTunes Alternative Songs Chart. In addition, the follow-up single "Team" is now the #1 most added track at Top 40, solidifying her status as a tried-and-true hit maker. Celebrating the release of Pure Heroine, she performed on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Good Morning America, and Ellen. Her first headline tour of the U.S. was highlighted by multiple sell outs and unanimous critical acclaim. As soon as it was released, 'Royals' stirred up a frenzy online. It reached the coveted #1 spot on Hype Machine, and it has racked up over 35.5 million YouTube/VEVO views. In 2012, she took New Zealand by storm when her self-released, The Love Club EP, rose to #1 on the country's top albums chart. Meanwhile, Pure Heroine shot to the top 5 of the Billboard Top 200, reaching #3. It also topped the Amazon MP3 Chart and the iTunes Overall Top Albums Chart.

The Nielsen Company's Canadian 2008 Year-End Music Report

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Radio Facts: 2008 U.S. MUSIC PURCHASES EXCEED 1.5 BILLION; GROWTH IN OVERALL MUSIC PURCHASES EXCEEDS 10% Alternative and R&B dominated the Canadian...

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