Dedicated streaming service for classical music launches with over 1 million tracks — www.latimes.com
Primephonic, a digital platform devoted solely to streaming classical music, has launched in the U.S., the U.K. and the Netherlands, featuring over 1 million tracks.
Indian Music Culture Thriving in the Streaming Age, Shows Nielsen Report — www.billboard.com
With a population of over 1.2 billion, there’s a reason India has been called a “sleeping giant” in the global music landscape. With Nielsen’s India Music 360 2018 report, we can see definitively how the country’s music consumption behaviors stack up.
Hollywood Is Doubling Down on Streaming Piracy – But Is This a Problem for the Music Industry? — www.digitalmusicnews.com
To tackle piracy, the MPAA has hired a law firm and lobbying group to convince lawmakers against streaming devices. But, what can the music industry learn?
In this piece Gloria Ruth Finney looks at the phenomenon of a YouTube Pop-space dubbed the Nashville Sessions which allows select up-and-coming musicians to connect and collaborate over the course of a week as well as work on increasing their YouTube viewership.
Amadeus Code: This AI app wants to make beautiful music with you — www.fastcompany.com
Writing a song? Now you can some help from robots.
China's Music Industry – a possible model for Indian music market — www.radioandmusic.com
China’s Music Industry – a possible model for Indian music market | Radioandmusic.com
Apple Music vs. Spotify: Which music service is best for you? — www.cnet.com
Here’s how to choose between the two big names in music streaming.
Mac Miller’s Music Streams Increased 970% Following Death — www.billboard.com
Following the death of Mac Miller on Friday, on-demand streams of his music in the U.S. climbed by 970 percent, according to Nielsen Music.
Napster Proves That Streaming Music Can Be Profitable — www.digitalmusicnews.com
Breaking down RealNetwork’s financial reports, Napster has become of the only profitable streaming music platforms in the market today. But, why? And, how?