Spotify + Podcasts Subscription; Jimmy Jam to Keynote DDEX Event; The Rattle Continues to Grow; Bandzoogle Expands Fan Subscription Model
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Spotify survey hints at plans for podcasts subscription — musically.com
Amid all the music industry speculation about whether podcast listening might in the future cannibalise not just streams of music, but royalties for it too, the assumptions were of a continuing single subscription covering both forms of content. But what if Spotify were to launch a standalone podcast subscription?
The acclaimed producer and songwriter Jimmy Jam will kick off DDEX’s 2nd annual Creator Credit Summit on Tuesday 17 November at 17:00 GMT/ 12pm ET in a keynote conversation with Maureen Droney, Sr. Managing Director for the Recording Academy Producers & Engineers Wing.
The Rattle is announcing the full opening of its L.A. location, surviving against the odds throughout the first wave of the pandemic. Initially launched in March 2020, the music and technology incubator will now accept new members.
As musicians look for ways to engage their fans and earn a living beyond the traditional touring model, musician web services provider Bandzoogle continues to expand their direct-to-fan offerings accordingly.
As dance music’s top-heavy, tour-focused infrastructure crumbles, people across the industry are wondering how new revenue streams can emerge to support artists during and after the pandemic.
Would it be nice is Spotify paid more to artists? Yes, but it’s complicated — globalnews.ca
Spotify is constantly being called out for its minuscule payouts to artists. The situation is actually more complicated than you might think.
Apple Music gets more exclusive Ministry of Sound mixes — musically.com
Apple Music and Ministry of Sound have a well-established partnership now, and it’s yielding some new mixes for listeners on the streaming service.
Bergen will continue in his role as CEO, international & global commercial services, until January.
Local artists are mostly unimpressed with the streaming giant’s new proposal for increased exposure.
45 Great Music Documentaries to Stream Right Now — www.brooklynvegan.com
From ’90s ska to Nina Simone, from Anti-Flag to the history of hip hop, there’s something for everyone in this roundup of new and recent documentaries to stream.
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