Tuhin Roy is hoping to find the next big thing in music—before it’s too late.
“Not only are we looking for the next Spotify or Pandora or consumer music service, but a lot of the startups we interact with are helping in less visible ways,” said Roy, vice president of new digital business at Universal Music Group, one of the three major record labels.
At a time the music industry in India moves further towards digital consumption, the push for improved listening experience and original content by streaming services shows competition is set to grow to capture more audiences.
There are plenty of blogs and networks who have a large following on Spotify. Spinnin’ Records, Walt Disney Records, all well into the one million follower range. What about individuals who have the most push and influence on the platform?
How can we restore music's status as social glue in the age of streaming? — www.musicxtechxfuture.com
The case for a passive discovery mechanism for friends’ playlists on Spotify. This article started with a tweet on a Saturday evening.
As the first and only Spotify music player that functions without a bulky smartphone, cell reception, or internet connection, it fills every workout, commute, or adventure with all your favorite tracks without forcing you to sacrifice precious battery life or data usage.
With its identity, logo, digital and advertising, social media and tone of voice rebranded from July 2017 by London-based brand design agency Lantern, the Primephonic brand is disruptive while recognising the gravitas of the product it provides.
Spotify Will Become A Full Stack Music Company — www.hypebot.com
Spotify needs to become much more than just a music streamer if its going to be ever be profitable, writes analyst Mark Mulligan of MIDiA.