Service charge: Label and artist partnerships stay on schedule despite lockdown

Andre Paine

Artist and label services companies have spoken to Music Week about battling to keep key releases on track during the Covid-19 pandemic.

While many major label acts opted to delay album campaigns, the services sector has worked with independent partners to maintain revenues during the lockdown.

“We remain highly committed to delivering the best service and trying to get the best outcomes for our partners,” said ADA UK VP & GM Howard Corner. “We and the label partners have taken ...

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