Led Zeppelin are apparently planning to launch a concert streaming service through which to release hundreds of archived live tapes.
Spotify Is Testing Adding Personalized Song Picks to Curated Playlists — www.billboard.com
This week Spotify began testing adding personalized song selections to its editor-curated playlists.
Bandsintown Manager first to enable artists to publish their tour dates on Amazon Alexa — medium.com
Amazon now lets users ask Alexa about concert dates, and we are proud to announce that we are making the events posted by our community of more than 470,000 registered artists searchable on Amazon…
Quarterly growth has been remarkably steady for the last two years. Growth. Not growth rate.
On Thursday (September 20th) Spotify grabbed the headlines with its announcement that it is launching a free-to-use direct upload service for artists.
RIAA's Mid-Year Revenue Numbers: Five Things to Know — www.billboard.com
The RIAA mid-year revenue numbers, released Thursday, show impressive growth of 10 percent to $4.6 billion in retail value compared to the first half of 2017. That continues a trend of double-digit growth, driven by subscription streaming, that began in 2016.
A series of traditional media moves into podcasting signal that the niche audio medium is poised to get a lot louder.
Music is inherently personal. And, when Daniel Ek co-founded Spotify a decade ago, it didn’t take long for the company to embed that fact in the software. Soon, playlists became the order of the day.
Telecom firm MTN Uganda is betting on a new music streaming product to boost revenue and counter declining voice call sales, its chief marketing officer said in an interview.