The Cadence: The Dutch Now Own The Biz
by Joshua Glazer & Chris Monaco
Monday’s American holiday meant that much of the good news is coming from our friends living below sea level. We’ll get right to the point with the clicks we clicked.
The most salient statements from recent industry articles.
The UMG IPO is coming ASAP to the AEX, so WSJ parsed the EUR that will be hitting. Have your SWIFT Code ready. LOL.
Takeaway: Strong investor appetite for music assets since the pandemic began might explain the accelerated timeline. The news sent Vivendi’s share price up one-fifth on Monday.
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This is the future the liberals want!
Takeaway: A cancellation fund of €300 million was issued to event organizers last month, giving them the security and freedom to plan their 2021 events.
Mysteryland 2019 (Photo by Jorik Kleen on Unsplash)
Great, so now our #freebritney watch queue is going to double.
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It’s hard to advocate for a green screen future, but DJs and balloons used to conotate something different.
Takeaway: Before the pandemic even hit we were trying to reimagine how we could provide a cinematic experience for the audience at home, not just the live audience.