Quatre repreneurs se sont présentés pour racheter le site de streaming et de téléchargement de musique en haute qualité. Les clients ne devraient donc pas y perdre. Yves Riesel, son patron, se dit "soulagé" mais "amer".
If there was some sort of very general, overarching theme to yesterday's SF Music Tech Summit, it might've been this: Things in the music business have gotten really complicated, and are only getting more so. These complications are manifest in the vast quantities of data now swirling around the creation and sharing of music; the complexity of the algorithms needed to understand this data; the myriad platforms upon which to present and discover music; not to mention the sheer amount of music available at the touch of a button.
Music streaming has certainly earned itself something of a negative reputation when it comes to providing monetary compensation for artists and songwriters, but terrestrial radio may not be all that much better, as some scrutiny of the numbers reveals. _______________________________________________________ Guest Post by Bobby Owsinski on Music 3.0 Many people...
A couple of months ago, MBW noted that Universal Music Group’s global recorded music operation had reached a historic moment, with digital income overtaking physical and licensing revenues combined. Now the world’s biggest record company has reached yet another major milestone, as streaming finally pulls more cash into its business than digital downloads worldwide.
Politique, environnement, médecine... Il ne se passe plus une journée sans que nous n'entrions en interaction avec un algorithme, bien souvent sans même nous en rendre compte. Méconnus, ces rouages façonnent pourtant le Web d'aujourd'hui. Entre code informatique et mathématiques, les algorithmes sont l'objet de nombreux fantasmes, du fait notamment du secret qui entoure leur conception. .
Deezer, Spotify, Qobuz, et maintenant Apple Music et Google Play Music : de gigantesques catalogues de musique disponibles pour tous les mélomanes sur abonnement, et même en version gratuite. Mais derrière l’offre pléthorique, un grand obstacle : trouver la musique que l’on cherche.
Back in August when Apple announced it had hit 11 million subscribers I predicted that would result in around 6 million paying subscribers. Yesterday Tim Cook announced that Apple Music now has 6.5 million paying subscribers, which translates into...
As the music industry grows more complex with the proliferation of free and paid streaming services the need for accurate and consistent metadata to properly track the usage of recordings and to tally and collect royalties is growing acute. “Right now the industry has a garbage in/garbage out problem,” Bill Wilson, VP of digital strategy … Continue reading Can Metadata Save the Radio Star? →
After just more than three months Apple Music is already the second-largest subscription music streaming service in the world. Talking at the WSJD Live conference in California Apple CEO Tim Cook revealed that the service now counts 6.5m paying users, behind the 20m Spotify now serves, but ahead of the 6.3m of Deezer, though the French service recently revealed that as few at 3m are active, as part of its IPO filing.
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