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Want to Learn the Music Business?

If you're looking to do something great in today's music business than RenmanMB is for you! With over 90 live shows and 500+ videos, we're talking with the smartest, most talented artists and...
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Deezer buys Muve Music as latest push into the US (interview) - Music Ally (blog)

Deezer buys Muve Music as latest push into the US (interview) - Music Ally (blog) | DigiMu | Scoop.it
Streaming music service Deezer has acquired Muve Music, the digital music service owned by US mobile operator Cricket Wireless. Current M
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YouTube Challenger Lets Music Fans Call the Shots

YouTube Challenger Lets Music Fans Call the Shots | DigiMu | Scoop.it

The technology company Interlude has attracted the attention of the music industry with a tool that creates music videos with branching plots subject to a viewer’s choices.


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A mobile future: Is this the key to music industry survival? | The Wall Blog

A mobile future: Is this the key to music industry survival? | The Wall Blog | DigiMu | Scoop.it

The future of music consumption has become a public affair. The recent struggle between Spotify and Taylor Swift being a fine example. How are artists, managers, record labels and brands expected to build a business in the age of ‘free’ music?


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Influencia - La revue INfluencia : Quelle musique allons-nous consommer ?

Influencia - La revue INfluencia : Quelle musique allons-nous consommer ? | DigiMu | Scoop.it
Influencia - Prise dans la boucle des nouvelles technologies et de l'expérience digitale qu'en ont les consommateurs, l'industrie musicale compose actuellement une nouvelle partition économique. Marques et pubs sauront-elles s'y accorder ? Attention aux larsens pour certains.

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UK vinyl sales pass 1 million mark for first time in 18 years

UK vinyl sales pass 1 million mark for first time in 18 years | DigiMu | Scoop.it

LONDON — It's been dismissed as pastime for hipsters, but collecting vinyl is once again big business — a £20 million ($31.5 million) business, to be specific New figures released Thursday by the UK's Official Charts Company show this year's vinyl...


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Le lundi sera le jour de sortie mondiale de toutes les productions musicales

Le lundi sera le jour de sortie mondiale de toutes les productions musicales | DigiMu | Scoop.it
A compter de juillet 2015 le lundi sera le jour de sortie globale et mondiale pour tous les supports physiques de musique.

 

voir aussi : http://www.billboard.com/articles/6327759/retailers-indie-labels-monday-global-release-day


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Spotify s'invite chez Uber

Spotify s'invite chez Uber | DigiMu | Scoop.it

Uber devrait annoncer aujourd'hui un partenariat avec Spotify, qui permettra aux clients de jouer leur musique sur l'équipement audio des voitures pendant leurs trajets.


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YACAST & SIMBALS développent une solution d'identification de musique | Radiotraque

YACAST & SIMBALS développent une solution d'identification de musique | Radiotraque | DigiMu | Scoop.it

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Big Data Plus Customization: A New Era for the Music Industry

Big Data Plus Customization: A New Era for the Music Industry | DigiMu | Scoop.it
Spotify, Pandora, iHeart Radio and many others have drastically altered music distribution and artist discovery, customizing the experience for users based on their on-platform behaviors and song preferences.

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Can Twitter's Big Data Influence The Music Business? - Business Balla

Can Twitter's Big Data Influence The Music Business? - Business Balla | DigiMu | Scoop.it

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Blake Smith's curator insight, February 6, 2014 3:11 PM

Twitter is a vast repository of all sorts of data on trends and users, but that data isn’t always easy to delineate, even for Twitter. Now a new venture with former Warner Bros top exec Lyor Cohen’s new 300 label intends to take advantage of the social network to discover new music trends and artists bubbling under the radar.

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Thinking of Moving Distribution? – Pt. I | Metable

Thinking of Moving Distribution? – Pt. I | Metable | DigiMu | Scoop.it

So you’re thinking of changing digital distribution.  It’s a fairly common thing these days, distribution has changed hugely over the last 10 years.  It’s gone from simply getting your releases up on digital stores, to fully featured label services, in-depth analytics and full marketing support across the world.  Whether you’re thinking about switching distributor, of thinking about managing digital distribution yourself, there’s plenty to understand before taking the dive.


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Jean-Robert Bisaillon's curator insight, August 19, 2014 7:15 AM

Superbe article sur les conséquences d'un changement d'agrégateur de contenus musicaux (distribution numérique) ainsi que le rôle que pourront jouer les métadonnées et les identifiants uniques.

David Raimbaud's curator insight, August 21, 2014 11:27 AM

Bonne première partie d'un guide concernant les enjeux et les conséquences d'un changement d'agrégateur de contenus musicaux pour un groupe ou un artiste.

 

Contrat, Visibilité, Identifiant Unique, Playlists, Royalties, Reporting

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The Future of the Music Industry: Selling Audiences to Advertisers

The Future of the Music Industry: Selling Audiences to Advertisers | DigiMu | Scoop.it
Rebirth will be fueled by the downturn of the $16 billion broadcast radio industry.

 

Ad-supported and subscription streaming services have tripled revenue paid to artists and labels, growing from seven percent to 21 percent of digital revenues in the last four years, according to the RIAA. Strengthened by investments of more than $432 million dollars just last year, streaming radio services like Pandora and Spotify are booming, while broadcast radio struggles. And many of broadcast radio’s top ad-sellers have jumped ship to these Internet radio companies, helping to capture the dollars now fueling an important growth category for the music industry.

 

Forty-four percent of online radio listeners say their online listening comes mostly at the expense of their FM/AM listening. Seventy-five percent of people age 12 to 24 listen to online radio monthly, andalmost two-thirds of them listen weekly.

In fact, radio broadcasters are not only seeing their FM consumers listen less, but, according to Triton Digital, at any given moment among online listeners (Monday-Friday, 6 am to 8 pm), Pandora has more than three times the audience of all of the thousands of radio stations owned by Clear Channel (iHeart), CBS (Radio.com), Cumulus, Entercom and the next six broadcasting companies combined. Borrell Associates predicts “time spent listening” to pure-play mobile services will grow by 38 minutes over the next four years — while broadcast radio will decline 42 minutes over the same period.


Arbitron

Arbitron’s (now Nielsen Audio)own data shows a steady “Average Quarter Hour” rating decline of “Persons Using Radio” over decades. In 2009, Arbitron apparently stopped releasing the national AQH rating data, perhaps because there was a severe decline from the previous year, conceivably triggered in part by the launch of Nielsen’s Portable People Meter (PPM) ratings system, the rise of Pandora and other non-broadcast competitors, both and/or other factors.

Online radio offers advertisers data-driven, advanced technology delivering more efficient ad buys — an area where broadcast radio lags.

Eighty-eight percent of Pandora’s revenue is derived from advertising, not subscriptions. The future will tell whether or not the subscription model offered by Beats and Rhapsody has legs. Meanwhile, the time-tested business model most widely embraced by listeners is ad-supported radio.

As broadcast radio (and its fledgling online offshoots) treads water, it’s inevitable that a sizable portion of its $16 billion ad empire will follow the audience as it migrates from FM to online radio. Clip Interactive’s SVP/Labels Michael Fischer suggests that “record companies and artists need to go all in. That means embrace and cooperate with existing streaming services to further expand their audiences.” At the same time, they must build their own unique audio media strategies and online radio brands to attract listeners with dazzling original content


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How Shazam is going from music to retailers wit...

How Shazam is going from music to retailers wit... | DigiMu | Scoop.it
Most people will know Shazam as that app you use when you hear a song and don’t know who it’s by.
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Spotify + Death of the Old Music Business - YouTube

Spotify, piracy, and the internet have changed the way people make money for playing music. What does this mean for artists, and how do the old systems of di...
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Focus : "La musique offre d'énormes potentialités pour les startups"

Focus : "La musique offre d'énormes potentialités pour les startups" | DigiMu | Scoop.it

“ Pour éclairer les enjeux et la vie des startups du secteur musical en France, nous avons interrogé ceux qui les accompagnent : l'incubateur du 104 et Cap Digital, ainsi qu'un grand témoin, précurseur et observateur privilégié. Entre besoins, opportunités et positionnement sur le marché, ils décryptent les points clés de l'émergence des startups, de leur renforcement et de leur viabilisation : - [Jean-Luc BIAULET->#JLB], fondateur de Music Story, pionnier dans le traitement des métadonnées - [Valérie SENGHOR->VS], directrice du développement économique du 104 - [Élisabeth RACINE->ER], chargée de mission musique, tourisme, {open source} et édition numérique de Cap Digital (à venir)”


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Neuronart Digtal Brasil's curator insight, December 13, 2014 6:31 AM

Vive les personnes qui bougent et qui sont positives! Bravo! Merci! ON estnombreux à vouloir faire bouger l'industrie de la musique, faire bouger la France, riche de startups d'entrepreuneurs aux superbes idées! Merci Merci merci!

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SoundCloud bientôt valorisé 1,2 milliard de dollars?

SoundCloud bientôt valorisé 1,2 milliard de dollars? | DigiMu | Scoop.it

SoundCloud pourrait bientôt rejoindre le « club » des start-ups valorisées plus de 1 milliard de dollars. Selon le Wall Street Journal, la société allemande serait en discussion pour lever 150 millions de dollars, pour une valorisation estimée à 1,2 milliard de dollars.


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Warner Music, Online Giant Tencent Strike China Distribution Deal - Hollywood Reporter

Warner Music, Online Giant Tencent Strike China Distribution Deal - Hollywood Reporter | DigiMu | Scoop.it
Linkin Park, Bruno Mars and Michael Buble will be distributed alongside Mandarin stars Jolin Tsai, JJ Lin and Jam Hsiao under a groundbreaking deal between...
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Artists use FireChat to chat with their fans at music festivals

Artists use FireChat to chat with their fans at music festivals | DigiMu | Scoop.it
As the NH7 Weekender festival kicks off on Saturday in Delhi, India, not just attendees, but the bands and artists taking the stage are coming armed with the FireChat app. At big outdoor festivals, cellphone coverage is often spotty and capacity is severely limited, but FireChat overcomes that network problem by letting smartphones link together directly in big Wi-Fi and Bluetooth mesh networks.

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Metadata for Musicians | Future of Music Coalition

Metadata for Musicians | Future of Music Coalition | DigiMu | Scoop.it

Metadata is all that information that describes and identifies your music. In some cases, metadata is text – composer and musicians’ names, dates, genre. In other cases, it’s numeric data such as UPC barcodes and ISRC codes. As the music landscape becomes more digital and global, proper metadata is an increasingly important part of your release workflow.


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Jean-Robert Bisaillon's curator insight, November 16, 2014 4:15 PM

Contenus offerts lors des deux pauses lunch du dernier Future of Music Coalition Policy Summit du mois d'octobre 2014 à Washington DC

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Daniel Glass, Martin Bandier, Robb McDaniels and More Discuss the Launch of YouTube Music

Daniel Glass, Martin Bandier, Robb McDaniels and More Discuss the Launch of YouTube Music | DigiMu | Scoop.it
Two days ago, YouTube announced the launch

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Music data startup Senzari unveils new engine for better music analysis

Music data startup Senzari unveils new engine for better music analysis | DigiMu | Scoop.it
Senzari, the big data startup that specializes in music, on Monday released its web-based graph analytics engine dubbed MusicGraph.ai. The goal is to market the product to streaming music companies like Pandora and record labels.

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Music-loving hackers make the ultimate mashups between big data & sound

Music-loving hackers make the ultimate mashups between big data & sound | DigiMu | Scoop.it
"Big data" is everywhere you look these days. As digital information continues to expand exponentially, this affects everything -- how much we pay for health insurance, how we predict the weather, how we play the stock market.

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Big Data en marche: Google Music Timeline - Votre agence en Intelligence Stratégique

Big Data en marche: Google Music Timeline - Votre agence en Intelligence Stratégique | DigiMu | Scoop.it
Les Big Data font peur.  A juste titre car leur utilisation par les entreprises, les militaires ou les Etats peut nuire gravement à nos libertés individuelles, mais surtout à notre liberté de choisir de donner à notre vie telle ou telle orientation.

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Do Music Celebrity Endorsements Really Help Brands? - hypebot

Do Music Celebrity Endorsements Really Help Brands? - hypebot | DigiMu | Scoop.it

By Liv Buli (@lbuli), Resident Data Journalist for music analytics company Next Big Sound. 

Brands are getting social with a soundtrack.

 

Building an online community has increasingly become a key focus for brands, in tandem with the world of social media growing in importance. These platforms are a veritable goldmine of opportunity for brands from L’Oreal to Lego, Dominos to Dell in reaching and establishing loyalty with consumers. Digital strategies vary from brand to brand, even from campaign to campaign within a brand, as marketers are looking to find the key to building their social reputation and presence. But how does music move the needle in all this?

 

Music has long been a factor in brand marketing, with celebrity endorsements and associations viewed as a mutually beneficial relationship. The formula is simple - we pay you money, you make your fans want to consume our product. Now major brands like American Express hosts sponsored live-streamed concerts, Diet Coke shares a behind-the-scenes of Taylor Swift’s commercial shoot on YouTube, Blackberry brings Alicia Keys on board as their global creative director. Measuring the impact this has for the brand is notoriously difficult, but looking at the social impact these partnerships have on the brand, the numbers indicate that brands do indeed benefit from these partnerships, in that their social reach increases.


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Russ Merz, Ph.D.'s curator insight, September 20, 2013 11:20 AM

How well does the association or co-branding with #celebrities aid #brand attention getting, and is it sustainable? This article makes the case in favor of endorsements as tools for gaining brand exposure and reach.