What publishers can learn from America's favorite pop star.

Last month Taylor Swift made headlines when the pop star became Apple’s “nightmare, dressed like a daydream” by threatening to withdraw Taylorher latest album from Apple’s self-professed revolutionary new service, Apple Music.

After witnessing what the determined diva was able to accomplish, I couldn’t help but draw parallels with the publishing industry and the clout their content should be carrying into the distributor + publisher tug-of-war over compensation for themselves and their journalists.  Read more here.