Could Apple's Decision To Axe The SE Mark The End Of The iPhone As A Serious Music Player?
Apple’s decision to axe the iPhone SE means that Apple no longer supports the conventional headphone jack. Owners of high-quality headphones and earphones must now rely on Apple’s $10 adapter if they want to use their headphones with any new iPhones.
How European Union Copyright Reform Could Change The Music Business For The Worse
The European Union just passed a major copyright reform bill that has pleased many in the music industry, but it may result in unintended consequences.
Streaming service expands number of songs that can be downloaded for offline listening.
Why So Many Hip-Hop Producers Are Putting Business Before Beats — pitchfork.com
Shady deals, lack of credit, and messy data are forcing producers to be more vigilant in dealings with artists and labels.
Indians can't get enough of Bollywood music on YouTube, JioMusic — qz.com
Sports and food come second and third respectively.
NumberEight raises funding for AI tech that could help music-streaming services — musically.com
Artificial-intelligence startup NumberEight has raised a funding round after completing three trials of its technology with music-streaming companies.
Spotify CMO to depart amid marketing reorganization — adage.com
The company’s CMO, Seth Farbman, leaves as Spotify reshuffles its in house marketing teams
The rollout of Apple’s newest operating system iOS 12 began yesterday and with it comes some significant changes and improvements to Apple Music.