Jack White’s rock quartet shares their cover of Donovan’s “Hey Gyp (Dig the Slowness)”.
Spotify CEO Daniel Ek Says Streaming Allows More Artists to Make a Living From Music Than Ever Before — www.billboard.com
“I don’t believe that the music industry has to be disrupted. I believe it has to be evolved,” he said in expansive interview with the ‘Freakonomics Radio’ podcast.
Trey Anastasio Announces Ghosts Of The Forest New York City Webcasts — www.jambase.com
Live webcasts of Trey Anastasio’s Ghosts Of The Forest shows at the United Palace Theatre in New York City are available.
Bob Pittman, the chairman/CEO of iHeartMedia, likes to compare his broadcast-radio empire — which reaches 275 million listeners each month and is saddled with nearly $6 billion in debt — to a house.
OpenText announced Pandora selected OpenText Media Management as the asset storage and management application for its audio and display advertising.
MicTurn takes the idea of open-mic concerts online — musically.com
If you’ve ever been to an ‘open-mic’ concert, you’ll know how they work: musicians turn up with their instruments, sign up to take part and then wait their turn to play a few songs. Now there’s a startup trying to do that in the online world. It’s called MicTurn.
DotBC seeks to modernize media rights management.
Bose collaborated with festival organizer Goldenvoice to add the audio AR feature to the core Coachella smartphone app.
Have Songwriters Turned the Tide Against Big Tech? — variety.com
In this guest post, NMPA chief David Israelite argues that songwriters have turned the tide of public opinion against big tech.
Triton Digital announced today that Stingray has selected Triton Digital to power the monetization of the streaming audio content on its Stingray Music mobile application.