The most powerful playlist in music would be better off as a standalone company that still collaborates with Spotify.
Will Streaming Music's Growth Change Streaming Music?
The growth of streaming music is finally hitting expectations and beyond, but that doesn’t necessarily mean that the trend will continue.
Alan Cross: Why are people still bothering to steal music? — globalnews.ca
The advent of streaming was supposed to eliminate music piracy entirely. It hasn’t turned out that way.
Spotify tests feature that highlights new releases — www.engadget.com
Spotify appears to be testing a new feature called What’s New that surfaces newly released music from artists you listen to, The Verge reports. A handful of Spo…
Sirius XM, Amazon join forces in push linked to Echo devices — www.reuters.com
Satellite radio company Sirius XM Holdings Inc is teaming up with Amazon.com in its push into listeners’ homes to move beyond its stronghold inside vehicles.
Rotana Group-owned Rotana Records is claimed to be the biggest record company in the Middle East, and now the only place the region’s residents can stream its music is on Deezer.
Marco Bertozzi started his career at Spotify two years ago. After working in media and the advertising industry for 18 years, Bertozzi’s interest shifted to creating good content utilizing data and technology, which led him to Spotify.
Self-taught musicians hit the high notes on app-connected digital keyboards and string instruments — www.scmp.com
Smart ukuleles, pianos, guitars and other devices linked to phones, tablets and computers, are revolutionising the way we learn and play music