Your Data Is Shaping the Future of Music — pigeonsandplanes.com
If streaming data is the new metric for success, we are all A&Rs.
Why the last big music label against streaming caved in — www.irishtimes.com
The ECM record label was long a holdout against streaming, with boss Manfred Eicher believing in the integrity of the “album”.
Your Favorite Radio Hits May Go Silent — www.bloomberg.com
Songwriters threaten to withhold their music if stations don’t give them a bigger share of revenue.
Those 'Fake Artists' on Spotify? Epidemic Sound CEO Oscar Holland Says There Was 'No Special Deal' — www.billboard.com
After four months of quiet, Epidemic Sound CEO Oscar Hoglund has finally spoken out at length in response to allegations that his company was promoting “fake artists” on Spotify’s playlists, and undercutting licensing fees and royalty payouts to traditional labels.
Voise Platform Upgrades to Alpha 0.2; Token to be Listed on Aussie Exchange — medium.com
Voise, one of this year’s most exciting blockchain projects, has upgraded its music streaming platform to include new features and fix the old ones.
Beginner’s Guide to Music MetaData. — medium.com
All that you need to know about music metadata. What are recordings, releases, release groups, tracks, etc.
Sonos One users can now ask Alexa to play Spotify music — techcrunch.com
In October, Sonos launched the Sonos One, raising the bar on what is already the gold standard in wireless whole-home audio. The big new feature? An..
Spotify's RapCaviar turned the playlist into a movement, now Viva Latino is next — www.theverge.com
Spotify’s biggest Latin playlist is rolling out video internationally.
Amazon Music app adds Chromecast support — www.androidpolice.com
Amazon and Google’s relationship over the past few years has been nothing short of an epic love-war popcorn-worthy chess battle. Amazon removes Chromecasts… by Rita El Khoury in Amazon, Applications, News
What The End To Net Neutrality Means For Internet Streaming — www.npr.org
NPR’s Elise Hu talks to former Federal Communications Commission Chairman Tom Wheeler about what the FCC decision to end so-called net neutrality means and what it will mean to consumers of internet streaming.