MIDEM director Alexandre Deniot on why the Cannes show is still so vital for the biz

Daniel Gumble

Fifty-one years and counting since launching in the sun-drenched city of Cannes back in 1976, MIDEM, the biggest music industry trade event on the planet, is about to embark on, arguably, one of its most significant outings to date.

Like any trade show, the key objective year after year is to reflect the shifting sands of the market and provide a coming together of its most influential movers and shakers to assist in the process of remedying its ills and ...

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