For its next trick, blockchain plans on making recorded music profitable again — www.techradar.com
New streaming service Choon wants to pay artists more for their music. Founder Gareth Emery explains how it all works.
Behind Deezer’s plan to capture Asia Pacific’s ‘healthy competitive market’ for music streaming — www.thedrum.com
Deezer last week announced an extension of its major deal with Hutchison 3, launching its partnership in Indonesia for the first time.
The following seems inevitable. But sometimes stating the obvious draws some interesting concepts out of the woodwork.
Napster Names Bill Patrizio President and CEO — www.billboard.com
Rhapsody International announced today (Feb. 8) that Bill Patrizio has been appointed president and CEO of global streaming service Napster.
Podcasts have a long way to go to catch up with radio on The Spectator.
Spurred on by optimistic forecasts like these, institutional investors are flinging eye-opening sums towards the music business.
Apple sells out of HomePod preorders just before launch day — www.theverge.com
Order estimates in the US slipped from delivery Friday — launch day — to next Tuesday. The smart speaker appears to be sold out for in-store pickup as well.
As we wait for Safaricom to unveil their latest service, it is worth noting that music streaming has not been embraced by the general Kenyan public due to two factors; a majority of Kenyans still don’t believe they should pay for music that they can download for free and the issue of mobile data.
A new music festival and podcast are part of the Toronto record label’s search for true independence.