LiveXLive announced a partnership with iHeartMedia to livestream the 2019 iHeartRadio ALTer Ego taking place at the historic, “Fabulous” Forum in Los Angeles on January 19, 2019.
Hey Pandora: There's a New Vocal Assistant in Town — www.billboard.com
Pandora has begun introducing Voice Mode, a new, voice-enabled smart assistant giving mobile listeners a tailored and hands-free path to music discovery.
Chance the Rapper has removed his 2015 collaboration with R. Kelly, “Somewhere in Paradise,” from most digital streaming platforms including Spotify, Apple Music and Tidal, Pitchfork reports.
Céline Dion Reportedly Pulling R. Kelly Collab ‘I’m Your Angel’ From Streaming — www.vulture.com
Celine Dion is reportedly pulling her R. Kelly collab “I’m Your Angel” from streaming services a week after Lady Gaga did the same.
Verizon Reportly Adding Free Apple Music To Some Phone Plans — fortune.com
9To5Mac reports customers who have either the Beyond Unlimited or Above Unlimited plans will receive the service at no additional cost.
The Swedish music-streaming service announced the milestone in monthly active users at CES.
Blockchain-powered music streaming service Choon launches Beta version of platform — cryptonewsbytes.com
Choon, the music streaming service and digital payments ecosystem, has launched the beta version of their platform.
How to get your music featured on iTunes' front page — routenote.com
As music streaming becomes the favourite method for listening to music iTunes still stands strong as the pioneer and leader for digital downloads. Getting your music on there is easy and being featured by Apple could be too.
Meal Subscription Service Freshly Hires Its New CMO From Spotify — www.wsj.com
Mayur Gupta, vice president of growth and marketing at Spotify, is joining the prepared-meal subscription startup Freshly as chief marketing officer.
As per recent reports, a Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between TOWB Music, Inc. and Davinci Foundation, a Korean-Chinese joint company that was founded in Singapore in 2017.
Spotify’s Discover Weekly playlist is now for sale to brands — www.vox.com
Discover Weekly was a triumph of algorithm and curation, and now it’s an ad product.