Big Hit Entertainment Issues Warning Against Illegal Distribution Of Their Artists Copyright

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Big Hit Entertainment issues warning against illegal distribution of their artists' copyright
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Big Hit Entertainment issues warning against illegal distribution of their artists' copyright

It seems Big Hit Entertainment is facing issues surrounding the illegal distribution of their label artists' copyrights, including portrait rights, copyright, name rights, creative work, etc.

The label has issued an official warning to fans and businesses alike in Korean, English, Japanese, and Chinese. The warning cautions businesses, who may be contacted by unknown parties trying to sell BTS's copyright and trying to sub-license the artists' brand without Big Hit's consent. The warning also goes out to fans, who may come to consume products illegally licensed by 3rd parties.

JYP Entertainment will be taking legal action to protect their artists
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JYP Entertainment will be taking legal action to protect their artists

JYP Entertainment will be taking legal action to protect their label artists.

JYP Entertainment announced, "We will be taking strict legal action against all actions that harm our label artists' character. We are continuing to protect our artists legally. For a more active protection of our artists, we are not only monitoring the situation ourselves, but also taking fans' reports and checking them. The fans' reports are a big help to protecting our labels. We will be continuing to take reports about various harmful rumors and the spread of lies."

YG Entertainment Artists Successfully Dominated Domestic Music Charts This Spring
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YG Entertainment Artists Successfully Dominated Domestic Music Charts This Spring

This spring has been a YG Entertainment-dominated spring, at least in terms of domestic music charts in Korea.

Artists from the agency have found themselves at the top of music charts over the past month and half, starting with WINNERs long-awaited comeback with Really Really on April 4. The group topped major music charts, both domestically and internationally, with the release of their comeback album and are currently still within the top ten for many charts, despite the fact that it has been over a month since Really Really dropped.

How SM Entertainment Chooses Songs For Their Artists
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How SM Entertainment Chooses Songs For Their Artists

Lee Sung Soo, a production team manager at SM Entertainment revealed how the agency chose songs for their artists.

SM Entertainment receives an average of 100 songs every week from composers in Korea and around the world.

Lee Sung Soo and his production team review each song and give a numbered grade to every song.

After grading the songs, they present the best songs to Lee Soo Man and he personally chooses which will be title tracks.

Lee Soo Man carefully chooses songs and he looks at small details such as how this part will be performed and how the lyrics should be performed.

YG Entertainment issues an official apology for T.O.P's marijuana charge
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YG Entertainment issues an official apology for T.O.P's marijuana charge

Shortly after reports of Big Bang member T.O.P being charged for marijuana use broke out, YG Entertainment has come forward with an official apology. 

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On June 1, the label stated,

"First and foremost, we would like to apologize.

After confirmation, we have learned that Choi Seung Hyun (T.O.P's real name) did in fact admit to the charge of smoking marijuana before his military enlistment, following through with all investigative measures by attending the police's investigation in the midst of his public service duties and deeply reflecting on his actions afterward.