The beginnings. Créer une alerte. So rather than a ‘value gap’, YouTube has actually created sources of revenues that the music industry was not capturing before. This means that the opportunity for UK artists in the UK market is limited. UK major record labels are also very aggressive in terms of cash, leveraging advances to maintain their market share. “We are looking for partners who could help us finance a big acquisition,” Believe CEO Denis Ladegaillerie told Challenges. La société est fondée en 2005 par Denis Ladegaillerie, Arnaud Chiaramonti et Nicolas Laclias. The CEO of Believe, Denis Ladegaillerie (pictured inset), has agreed to pen a series of dispatches, exclusively for MBW, giving insights into what’s happening to the industry during the global COVID-19 pandemic – offering specific advice for artists and managers. If you have a strong digital culture and if you are passionate about music, Believe is the perfect place for you. (Also, on a related note, for booting Piers Morgan off his pedestal.). Tech & Co is the meeting point for digital news on BFM Business. Denis LADEGAILLERIE dirige 3 entreprises (4 mandats), son mandat principal est Président au sein de l'entreprise J.D.M. The world is changing. Denis Ladegaillerie, le fondateur de la maison de disques numérique Believe prédit la disparition du marché du CD physique d’ici deux à trois ans. Entretien avec Denis Ladegaillerie, PDG… Lire la suite A senior record industry executive recently suggested to me that he thought the UK industry didn’t move fast enough in terms of its artist signing frequency. What are your thoughts? I’m hopeful, because [artists will soon start] wanting the right balance of service, with the right level of deal: ‘I’m accepting this comes with a higher rev share to my partner [than a standard distribution deal], but I want more services, and I want more investment.’. That is then generating more cash flow, which is generating more profitability – which they are re-investing [in A&R]. Our business is connecting great artists and creatives. Denis Ladegaillerie a su imposer Believe comme un maillon essentiel entre les artistes et les distributeurs, notamment dans les marchés émergents, Chine et Inde en tête. With over 1,200 employees, last year Believe – the owner of TuneCore, plus home to labels like All Points, Naïve and Nuclear Blast – realized around $700m in digital revenues, putting it firmly in the ‘mini major’ set of companies alongside BMG (FY2019 revenues: $674m) and Kobalt (FY2019 collections: $616m). In order to have a powerful music industry anywhere, it’s always easier for local artists to start building their careers in their own country because it’s less expensive, and you’re likely to resonate more culturally. Ultimately, these things always go back to normal. Before founding Believe in December 2004, he managed the internet and new media activities for Vivendi Universal in the United States as Chief Strategic and Financial Officer. Denis Ladegaillerie – Cofondateur de Believe Si vous n’êtes pas des passionnés de musique, à la pointe du secteur, il y a moyen que le nom du nouvel invité de GDIY ne vous dise rien. Major lable spending is obviously a challenge to the independent sector, but is the global ambition of the average UK artist, that mentality, also a challenge? Interview. As demonstrated by its Spotify equity, Merlin has made a huge contribution to making sure that indies can obtain certain economic terms. Entretien avec son CEO Denis Ladegaillerie. Mr. Denis Ladegaillerie is a President and Founder of Believe Digital. Thank you for accessing our content on the Topio Networks Market Intelligence Center. lfvncl. Domino is a great company as well. Five or six years ago, when YouTube started building up, a lot of people in that world were doing minimum guarantee deals, paying big advances to secure YouTube creators. Last year, across Europe, including the UK, we passed on €70 million of advances in those deals. Denis Ladegaillerie has been working at BELIEVE DIRECT LIMITED since 31 March 2009, currently, he/she works on the position of a Director (CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER). And why, long term, deal-making must be reunited with distribution. And it’s from that viewpoint, with no little affection for the UK industry and its artists, that Ladegaillerie has some gentle suggestions to make. Allowing an erudite Frenchman, for example, to smartly point out the flaws and foibles of Britain, with scalpel-like precision, in the nation’s very own media. #135 - Denis Ladegaillerie - Believe - L’homme qui distribue les plus gros succès du hit-parade by Génération Do It Yourself published on 2020-06-11T07:44:49Z. In 2005, having returned to Paris, he founded distribution and label/artist services provider Believe which is, with no hyperbole required, simply one of the biggest companies operating in recorded music today. And when we analyzed the performance of those deals afterwards, we believe 99% of them lost money. Considering that Believe’s average annual growth in the past three years has been 40%, you’d have expected its turnover to hit somewhere near $1 billion in 2020… before you-know-what kept us all indoors. And then, when you are big in your own market, generating a lot of [domestic] money, you can start thinking about expanding globally and reinvesting your cash flow [into marketing and touring more abroad]. Our team in the UK is about slightly under 40 people, and the UK weighs between five and 10% of our global [revenues]. And my view has always been no, because as soon as you enter the stupid deal business, you risk all of your deals becoming stupid. My best advice to the UK indie sector would be pull all the levers you can to transform your market into a local-first market. Denis Ladegaillerie a su imposer Believe comme un maillon essentiel entre les artistes et les distributeurs, notamment dans les marchés émergents, Chine et Inde en tête. Believe, un acteur majeur du rap français. active Company address: BELIEVE … Le Syndicat national de l’édition phonographique (Snep), qui a tenu son assemblée générale annuelle le 17 juin, a élu à sa présidence Denis Ladegaillerie (à la tête du distribution numérique Believe Digital) pour un mandat de deux ans. And are they starting to understand that? Period. Denis Ladegaillerie, CEO, Believe Digital (France) Category Entertainment; Show more Show less. Pandemi nedeniyle bu yıl dijital olarak yapılan MIDEM’de Music Business Weekly Editörü Tim Ingham ile söyleşi yapan Ladegaillerie geçtiğimiz on yılın stremingin yükselişiyle belirlendiğini ama gelecek on yılın manşete çıkan haberinin bağımsız yerel sanatçılar olacağını söyledi. God bless the States for doing it. Is that part of the business taking a financial toll on the major record labels? Au menu: -Son sentiment sur le MIDEM 2008 -La levée de fond -Les ventes numériques Internet/mobile -Le marché américain -Les autres développements de Believe But we have plenty of countries now that are moving into maturity on paid subscriptions, the UK being one of them, plus Australia and Scandinavia – and they’re all countries where YouTube exists. In the UK right now, 60% to 70% of the market is international artists, particularly from the US. Same platform but with new and improved features. Car Denis, c’est le PDG de Believe, la licorne musicale qui fait trembler la sainte trinité des majors : Universal, Sony et Warner. I’m hoping that major record labels are going to realise this sooner rather than later. Denis LADEGAILLERIE est Président de la société BELIEVE située 24 RUE TOULOUSE LAUTREC 75017 PARIS 17 au capital : 401 800 €. It’s getting to maturity. The group develops products and services for artists and labels under the Believe & TuneCore brands, while also developing specialized labels such as … It doesn’t make sense. Our focus right now is really on companies that have successfully built services for UK artists with similar values to our own – fairness, transparency and expertise. Denis Ladegaillerie, Self: Il était une fois... Oscars Best Picture Winners Best Picture Winners Golden Globes Emmys San Diego Comic-Con New York Comic-Con Sundance Film Festival Toronto Int'l Film Festival Awards Central Festival Central All Events The CEO of Believe, Denis Ladegaillerie (pictured inset), has agreed to pen a series of dispatches, exclusively for MBW, giving insights into what’s happening to the industry during the global COVID-19 pandemic – offering specific advice for artists and managers. Fondé en 2005 par Denis Ladegaillerie, la société Believe s’est spécialisée dans la distribution digitale d’artistes indépendants. If you have a strong digital culture and if you are passionate about music, Believe is the perfect place for you. Il succède à Christophe Lameignère (Sony Music) qui occupait la fonction depuis quatre ans. Show Génération Do It Yourself, Ep #135 - Denis Ladegaillerie - Believe - L’homme qui distribue les plus gros succès du hit-parade - 13 Jun 2020 You mentioned before you were looking into M&A…. There, he managed the restructuring and development of the first digital music service (eMusic), the first music social networking site (MP3.com), the leading mobile media distributor (Moviso / Infospace Mobile), as well as Rollingstone.com. Believe Digital, a digital distributor and services provider for independent artists and labels, was founded in December 2005 by Denis Ladegaillerie. (22 personnes, CA: 9423200 €). Denis indique 4 postes sur son profil. Because they are private companies, their shareholders are not yet giving full attention to, ‘How are we actually doing on frontline A&R versus back catalogue?’. En coulisses, Believe s’est discrètement taillé une carrure de leader mondial. But we are now in a world where those successes are harder to replicate, and you certainly cannot rely on them to keep a market strong. Believe owns DIY platform TuneCore and works with its own family of labels, including All Points, Nuclear Blast, Naïve and Tôt ou tard. Believe Digital boss says Sony Music acquisition isn’t a done deal This weekend’s report in the Nikkei Asian Review that Sony Music was on the verge of buying Believe Digital has sparked a response from the distributor’s CEO Denis Ladegaillerie. – over the following 12 months, one in a million artists will become a global star. “We are looking for partners who could help us finance a big acquisition.” Founded in 2005, Believe’s last financial year reportedly saw a turnover of ‘over €400m’ ($493m), according to Challenges. That’s interesting when you look at Kobalt (AWAL), and how that company says it’s now prioritising profitability. We discuss Believe's growth over the past eight years. « Il y a une prise de conscience » DENIS LADEGAILLERIE président du Snep Yes. In France, Germany and Italy, most of the large continental European countries, 70% to 75% of the market in terms of value is local artists. The other 50% are from UGC, using music like TikTok is now doing. www.vbprofiles.com is now www.topionetworks.com. Denis Ladegaillerie is our erudite Frenchman; the flaws and foibles he points out belong to the UK music industry. This Tuesday, May 5, Denis Ladegaillerie, founder of Believe, looked at the impact of the coronavirus crisis on the future of the music industry, in the program Tech & Co presented by Sébastien Couasnon. Kevin Cornell on April 28, 2020. Eric LASSEIGNE fait partie du réseau de Denis LADEGAILLERIE il est Commissaire aux comptes titulaire dans l'entreprise J.D.M.. 4 Mandats. Un métier jusqu'ici réservé aux distributeurs digitaux comme TuneCore ou le leader Believe Digital. A la baguette : Denis Ladegaillerie. Denis Ladegaillerie (Believe): Comment l'industrie musicale fait face à la crise du coronavirus ? Plus dinfo › Des experts à votre service. Denis Ladegaillerie, fondateur de Believe - 05/05 Denis Ladegaillerie, fondateur de Believe était l'invité de Sébastien Couasnon dans Tech & Co, ce mardi 5 mai. From a distribution standpoint in the UK, there are unfortunately not that many attractive targets. The company was founded in 2005 by Denis Ladegaillerie, Arnaud Chiaramonti and Nicolas Laclias. For Believe – and the entirety of the UK independent industry – to reach its optimum level, suggests Ladegaillerie, the British market should take a leaf out of its European neighbours’ book, and stop rushing to break global superstars. I’ve asked my team to keep track of the level of deals and advances, and then keep track of the [subsequent] performance of those deals. In France and Germany, for example, you have a very powerful indie scene in hip-hop, which has led to the build up of a few large management companies and other large local players, all growing artists independently while [avoiding] the major record label system. Acheter la fiche complète . That’s a good example of where us having [direct] control of deals creates a big benefit to our partners. The UK is a market where major record labels have been able to retain more power than in other markets, and, to some extent, the indie scene is a little bit less powerful than it is in some other countries. When I hear [major labels] saying, ‘We don’t want to be a company that signs a lot of artists – we just want to sign the right ones,’ to me that’s a huge red flag, because you need to be in both models. Posts filtered by tags Denis Ladegaillerie . I have had similar discussions with Jeremy [Sirota, Merlin CEO] on this; I have always been very transparent on this subject. The rebuilding of the UK industry is about creating a very strong local market. Car Denis, c’est le PDG de Believe, la licorne musicale qui fait trembler la sainte trinité des majors : Universal, Sony et Warner. Careers at Believe. Founded in December 2004 by Denis Ladegaillerie. In the Music industry, Denis Ladegaillerie has 2,198 colleagues in 129 companies located in 23 countries. L'effectif de cette société est de 250 et … Then, if at some point, the opportunity arises for you to build that artist globally, you have the team to take a shot at it. As an indie body in the UK, I would be thinking about how I can best leverage Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube, Deezer etc. Patricia Kaas, Soko ou les Fatal Picards ont signé avec lui pour assurer leur diffusion numérique. Mr. Denis Ladegaillerie is a President and Founder of Believe Digital. In the UK, you have a system that still favours the development of artists through major record companies. But in the UK, we are less of a heavyweight. Accédez à des analyses très précises, suivez chaque téléchargement/stream et transformez l’engagement de votre public en ventes. 862 executive movements have been recorded in the last 12 months. Quelques artistes auto-produits leurs confient également des droits d'exploitation : c'est le cas par exemple de MC Solaar, Youssoupha ou encore Grand Corps M… I believe it is super important to have independent distributors serving independent artists and independent labels. At the end of the day, you then don’t have the right economics to build shareholder value. It wouldn’t wash, right? Tech & Co is to see or listen to from Monday to Thursday on BFM Business. Entretien avec son CEO Denis Ladegaillerie. Denis Ladegaillerie, CEO of Believe Distribution Services, envisions a bright future for the UK Market. We look forward to providing you with even more cutting-edge market research, as Topio Networks. It’s an intriguingly American phenomenon that the mainstream media of the United States welcomes a plethora of foreigners to criticise its country on a nightly basis. Aujourd'hui, He is the founder and CEO of Believe Group created in 2005. En avril 2015 elle rachète la société américaine TuneCore, qui gérait le catalogue numérique d'artistes indépendants le plus important au monde2. BELIEVE, société par actions simplifiée, au capital social de 401800,06 EURO, dont le siège social est situé au 24 RUE TOULOUSE LAUTREC, 75017 PARIS 17, immatriculée au Registre du Commerce et Des Sociétés de Paris sous le numéro RCS 481625853 représentée par M Denis LADEGAILLERIE agissant et ayant les pouvoirs nécessaires en tant que président. And when those labels and managers are ready to take an artist global, we know they can achieve that with Believe because we have the resources and expertise, across the world, they will need. The first is official music video. Et pourtant, je mettrai ma main à couper que vous avez, tous eu de loin une relation avec Denis Ladegaillerie. YouTube is one good example where several years ago we achieved a significant increase on the rev share, which is of huge benefit to our clients. Absolutely. YouTube monetizes two things. Whether or not you’re already leaning towards jingoistic defensiveness, you can’t deny that Ladegaillerie has the kind of global credentials that make him worth listening to. In the old world, [labels] didn’t have much choice – putting out CDs was expensive, you had to make bets on a limited number of artists. If you let us know who you are, and what you're about, we'll know how we can help. BFM Business. An article at the time say that "Believe is a new digital label, founded by music and internet professionals, to allow independant artists and labels to distribute and promote their works on legal download platforms in France and abroad". At MIDEM 2014 I chat with Denis Ladegaillerie, CEO at Believe Digital. This is precisely what we have built at Believe. Pop Up Toy Surprise Pals Tayo The Little Bus Disney Cars English Learn Numbers Colors YouTube. To be fully transparent, I would say we’ve been less successful in the UK than in other markets in terms of building up market share. In the UK, besides Beggars/XL, which has built to some scale, not a lot of [independent companies] are creating a challenge [to the majors]. But not every artist is Ed Sheeran. Cette plateforme de distribution de musique en ligne revendique 150 000 artistes utilisant ses services. TILEYARD LONDON I’m not sure Warner has fully understood it yet. Believe. But [in terms of acquisitions] in the UK, there’s simply no big targets available, unlike in Germany, where you have a Groove Attack [acquired by Believe in 2018], or a Nuclear Blast [also acquired by Believe in 2018], both turning over tens of millions of Euros. And that business – essentially, techpowered sync licensing at scale – was not only not monetized by YouTube, it didn’t exist before YouTube. 75017 PARIS 17. Interviewé début octobre 2020, le PDG Denis Ladegaillerie annonce que Believe table sur une augmentation de 25 … This is why having a service model that can adapt to every tier of artists is super important, because the new music industry is about amateur artists building up slowly, then becoming middle class artists, and then, over a 12/18/24 month period, moving into that [realm] of top local artists, and then – only then! At MIDEM 2014 I chat with Denis Ladegaillerie, CEO at Believe Digital. – and that is super difficult to do. Pame. You have chosen to stay outside Merlin and negotiate with digital services directly. So that’s 50% of the revenues coming from YouTube for the music industry. The group develops products and services for artists and labels under the Believe & TuneCore brands, while also developing specialized labels such as … Merlin has played a great role in the past, but today I would argue Merlin actually contributes to weakening the distribution ecosystem, because the labels going through Merlin [are not also] going through a distributor like us for our services. I’m not sure that [either company] is looking for partners yet, but they are conversations we’d love to have. Sony and Universal have perfectly understood this; Sony with The Orchard, and then Universal with Spinnup and with the acquisition and rebuilding of Ingrooves. It’s not just about making the content available, but also ensuring that we maximize promotional opportunities, and that we maximize financial reward. Afficher le téléphone. Et pourtant, je mettrai ma main à couper que vous avez, tous eu de loin une relation avec Denis Ladegaillerie. You have to deliver your content in a certain format and do a number of other things with regards to copyright infringement. Users who liked this track Julio Nomenjanahary. Yes, and at major record labels, it’s happening on an even larger scale. Loading... Autoplay When autoplay is enabled, a suggested video will automatically play next. julio. TuneCore is a great pipeline of sourcing artists for us. Avec 4 à 6 % du marché des droits musicaux, elle se place derrière les trois principales majors musicales. Si vous n’êtes pas des passionnés de musique, à la pointe du secteur, il y a moyen que le nom du nouvel invité de GDIY ne vous dise rien. Warner going public is a good development for that, because it means you are going to have investors that start paying attention, and asking the difficult question: ‘What are the economics of frontline deals – and what are the long term margins of these deals as they evolve?’ The fact that Tencent has invested in Universal [will create] the same situation; a new shareholder really paying attention. In the Music industry, Denis Ladegaillerie has 2,142 colleagues in 127 companies located in 22 countries. One of the difficulties of the UK market today is that it has had the extraordinary benefits of giving birth to The Beatles, Ed Sheeran, Adele and other top artists who have found huge success internationally. Le dernier Midem l’a confirmé. At Believe, Denis Ladegaillerie has 9 colleagues who can be contacted including Isabelle Andres (COO), Xavier Robert (M&A)… Industry Colleagues. plus traditional radio, traditional media, so that we get more exposure of UK artists on local platforms, helping to build more middle class artists in the market. Behind the scenes, some major label execs speak of their concerns about overspending on artist deals. So we here at Music Business Worldwide are hoping, that, in text form at least, you’ll entertain such a concept all the way to the end of this feature.
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