The New Movie Soundtrack: A Spotify Playlist — www.wsj.com
Independent movie studio A24 is releasing the music to the new film “Mid90s” as a playlist on Spotify, rather than as an album distributed by a record label.
In 2018, Streaming Services Helped Fuel A New Latin Explosion — www.npr.org
Spanish-language artists like Ozuna, J Balvin and Bad Bunny dominated YouTube with billions of plays. Alt.Latino host Felix Contreras and contributor Stefanie Fernández explain how we got here.
Auld Lang Syne not a great hit with younger listeners, streaming figures show — www.independent.ie
The next generation could let old anthems be forgotten, according to new research which show Auld Lang Syne is not a New Year hit with younger listeners.
Social networks and music companies are increasingly joining together in licensing deals to ensure that artists and songwriters earn royalties from all the music played on social networks.
As smartphones and internet connections rise in Africa, so does entertainment streaming — qz.com
Netflix, Spotify are coming to Africa fans as smartphone use rises
Audio remained an exciting area for programmatic advertisers in 2018 as the medium moved further toward automation.
How much data does Spotify use? — www.androidauthority.com
A quick overview of how much data does Spotify use and how it compares to other music streaming services like Google Play Music, Tidal, Apple Music…
How Spotify migrated everything from on-premise to Google Cloud Platform — www.techworld.com.au
The Swedish music streaming company has already shut down two data centres as it migrates everything to Google Cloud Platform
List Of Music Streaming Payouts From Best To Worst, Updated for 2019 — www.youredm.com
For many artists, music streaming is the main avenue for getting paid — but how does it break down? With a plethora of services out there (Spotify, Apple