iTunes’ Death: Greatly Exaggerated; Music Industry Expects a Windfall. Where Will the Money Go?; Resonance to Stream Historical Jazz Albums
The Music Industry Expects a Windfall. Where Will the Money Go? — pitchfork.com
With streaming poised to infuse billions of dollars into the record business, artists are once again hoping to get their fair share.
Resonance Records to Stream Its Trove of Historical Jazz Albums — www.nytimes.com
Now in its 10th year, a label that has relied on CD and vinyl sales is putting its catalog on Apple Music, Spotify and other services.
Music website platform Bandzoogle has added crowdfunding to its commission-free sales toolkit.
Generative Music Apps Let Your Phone Write Songs for You — www.wired.com
Who needs Spotify playlists? These apps create truly endless tunes to match whatever mood you desire.
How streaming affects the lengths of songs — www.theverge.com
Switched on Pop hosts Charlie Harding and Nate Sloan join Verge editor-in-chief Nilay Patel to unpack how technology is changing the distribution, production, and sound of popular music.
With a bunch of different services now competing for the largest slice of the music streaming pie, Spotify is looking at ways it can hold onto its crown.
In a visually cluttered world, a way to break through.
The internet will never be able to replace the power of live radio — www.telegraph.co.uk
The reports of live radio’s death have been greatly exaggerated.
Thanks to the rise of streaming, the metrics with which we measure the success of music are changing, which inevitably means the structure of music will change to compensate.
Sound and vision: where the industry is at with programmatic audio — www.thedrum.com
As Spotify, Google and Adobe form an alliance to get agencies and brands to make programmatic audio a coveted spot on their media plans, The Drum explores the current state of play.
Seventeen million people illegally downloaded music licensed for streaming in the U.S. in 2018.
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