Jay-Z Is Choosing His Streaming Service Over His Legacy—And That’s Wrong — www.the-dowsers.com
We all have our passion projects. For some of us, it’s tending a garden or collecting vinyl, while others write novels or cut vanity records.
Blockchain is a big topic, and the way the music business looks at it is actually limited, and limiting. But first, let’s delve into something that’s easier to understand: chatbots.
Kanye West splits with Jay-Z's Tidal Music: Report — www.cnbc.com
Kanye West departed from Jay-Z’s streaming service Tidal due t a financial dispute, according to TMZ.
A Compromise Proposal to Fix Streaming Royalties,Licensing and Notification — thetrichordist.com
I have a feeling I’m about to wander off the reservation here. I say this because what I’m about to propose is essentially a modification of a potential legislative proposal that rumor has it the NMPA is floating.
Anchor lets you record and publish podcasts from your phone — www.engadget.com
If you haven’t heard of Anchor yet, it’s an app that lets you record little bits of audio and broadcast them to your followers with minimal fuss. In a lot of wa…
YouTubers killed the radio star: Radio 1 boss admits struggle to find new DJ talent — www.telegraph.co.uk
For decades, they have entertained the nation from behind a microphone, educating generations with their musical tastes.
Can SoundCloud break your band? — www.musicweek.com
The platform’s director of content partnerships, Europe says its “top 1% of artists is much more diverse” than that of its rivals. He also tells Music Week about SoundCloud’s approach to breaking new acts.
Jay-Z 4:44 New Album Tidal Fans Can't Listen — www.refinery29.com
Jay-Z fans flocked to sign up for the music streaming app, co-owned by Jay-Z himself, to stream his new album 4:44, only to find they couldn’t.
Protecting IP in the Blockchain Sector — www.ipwatchdog.com
Compared to smartphone technology, the blockchain sector is clearly in its infancy. However, elevated levels of patenting activity tend to attract patent…
Google Home now supports Bluetooth music streaming — www.androidauthority.com
Google is now rolling out support for Bluetooth streaming on the Google Home, meaning you’ll be able to use it like a Bluetooth speaker.