New, and not so new, realities in copyright

The last few months have provided us with an interesting barometer of what the future of the music industry might look like. From different prisms: authors, composers, lyricists and their heirs, publishers, administrators and labels (of course from managers, festivals, promoters, ticketing companies…), we all have contemplated the forerunner to what can happen, even though…

Jordi Puy (CEO), interviewed by Music Business Worldwide

Our CEO Jordi Puy has been interviewed by one of the leading publications in the music industry, Music Business Worldwide.  Together with Tim Ingham, founder of MBW, they spoke about how in Europe Unison is already a new option for publishers and songwriters, and how to overcome illegal barriers of entry by traditional competitors in Spain. “I want to…

Unison will attend the Latin Alternative Music Conference (LAMC)

Unison will be present in the XXI edition of the Latin Alternative Music Conference (LAMC). The meeting has been openning new ways for latin music and culture for 21 years, and we are very pleased to collaborate while we look forward to a trusting and long-term partnership. Unison is the world’s first copyrights manager, and…

Get to know our management team

As you may all know, last week we unveiled our catalogue with more than 450.000 works and billions of streamings thanks to all the artists that make Unison possible. So we would love for you to get to know our management team, the one dealing with the legal and business sides so that composers like…

Unison unveils their 450k music catalogue

Unison, the independent copyrights management entity based in Barcelona, has introduced its new catalogue with over 450k musical references. The Catalan company already works with artists, authors and composers of the likes of Alizzz, Blanco 43720 or Akasha Kid,  along with music publishers from Spain, France, Portugal and  USA, among other countries. Unison is also…

COVID-19 and its impact on digital

As you may already know, global sanitary crisis due to COVID-19 is affecting some parts of the music business, like the Live business and Sponsorships, among others. However, the digital environment may be one of the few that is leading to profits in the royalties revenue since the Coronavirus preventive lockdowns started. One of the…

Unison shows commitment to electronic music sector by joining AFEM

Our company has recently become a member of the not-for-profit trade association AFEM (the Association for Electronic Music), which represents the common interests of those companies and individuals in the Electronic Music business. Attracted to its commitment to strengthen and further the Electronic music industry, Unison has recently become and affiliate member of  of AFEM….

Creative Industries spoke to our CEO about our groundbreaking business model for music rights owners

“We are business people who want to do deal, rather than go to court”, said our CEO Jordi Puy to Emmanuel Legrand, freelance music journalist and former editor of Billboard, for the Creative Industries Newsletter. Highlighting the “groundbreaking historic moment in the collective management of music” that came after the vote of the European Directive on…

Unison present at the first edition of Tech Spirit Barcelona

The technology fair takes place in several places of Barcelona until the 27th of February   Music and technology, users rights or blockchain in videogames, art and music… This first edition, the Tech Spirit Barcelona fair wanted to touch each of the strings of technology in our daily life. Our CEO Jordi Puy joined their…