Next Big Opportunity For Music Streaming Services; Qantas + Spotify
Good morning! We’ve hit mid-week with a solid collection of links from around the world of music streaming.
Emerging Markets: The Next Big Opportunity For Music Streaming Services — themarketmogul.com
Though music streaming is not limited to mobile phones, the increasing ownership of smartphones across regions beyond developed economies that presents significant opportunities for music streaming services.
Is the shift from owning songs to streaming them eroding listener loyalty and reducing the cultural impact of music?
Apple Music has gone “well past” the 20 million paid subscribers that it announced late last year, but senior vp Eddy Cue wants more.
Will Google Music + YouTube = Spotify Destruction? — www.digitalmusicnews.com
Google Play Music and YouTube Music will soon become one app, according to the latest Google guidance. Will that ‘super app’ be a crushing blow to Spotify?
Wi-fi enabled domestic Qantas flights are getting some pretty sweet entertainment options later this month — Foxtel, Netflix and Spotify, to be exact.
Grammys 2017: Who Saw The Biggest Streaming Lift On Pandora? — www.forbes.com
We already know who won the awards on Sunday night, but who saw the biggest uptick in streaming?
Why Spotify Is One Of The Most Innovative Companies Of 2017 — www.fastcompany.com
The music streaming service is enticing artists with data.
FC Bayern Munich Announces Exclusive Collaboration with Apple Music — platformandstream.wordpress.com
From today, music fans will be able to get even closer to their favourite team and players from FC Bayern Munich with exclusive playlists and content, curated especially for Apple Music.
iHeartRadio Partners With Tech Startup ART19 for Enhanced Podcasting Tools — www.billboard.com
If you’re California-based podcast hosting, monetization and distribution startup ART19, however, you partner with iHeartRadio to create a whole new API.