Spotify + the Apple Watch; Who Listens to Albums Anymore?; How Blockchain Could Remix the Music Industry
Spotify confirmed today it has begun to roll out support for standalone streaming on its Apple Watch app.
Streaming data can shed light on the albums we listen to most completely.
How blockchain could remix the music industry, and the challenges it faces in doing so — forkast.news
Music streaming platforms and record labels get the lion’s share of profits. Decentralization can give artists greater earnings and control.
Spotify is adding users faster than it thought it would — www.engadget.com
After a short COVID-19 related slump in Q1 2020 and a rebound in Q2, Spotify saw big growth in subscriber numbers for its latest earnings period.
Over the last year we have written a number of times that Sony’s future is cross-entertainment , while Xbox’s future is cross platform .
Audiomack partners smartphone manufacturers Transsion Holdings to amplify African music — venturesafrica.com
Audiomack is focused on democratizing music streaming by providing accessibility to all, a service which users of Transsion smartphones are about to enjoy.
Merck Mercuriadis does biggest deal yet, snapping up catalog owned by fund managed by Kobalt Capital.
Unfortunately there is not a lot of love for record labels when it comes to Spotify.
The way in which we listen to music has changed dramatically. It has developed from a physical, tangible experience into one based on accessibility and convenience.
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