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Deezer, Spotify… La musique en streaming génère 1 milliard de dollars de chiffre d’affaires

Deezer, Spotify… La musique en streaming génère 1 milliard de dollars de chiffre d’affaires | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
Le marché mondial de la musique a cependant enregistré une contraction de près de 4%... L'industrie de…
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Music streaming finally has more paying subscribers than Netflix - Music Business Worldwide

Music streaming finally has more paying subscribers than Netflix - Music Business Worldwide | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
Music subscriptions jumped
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Comment Internet n'a pas tué l'industrie de la musique

Comment Internet n'a pas tué l'industrie de la musique | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
L'industrie musicale, en grande peine durant longtemps à cause de la chute des ventes de disques, trouve un nouveau souffle dans le streaming payant.

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Comment Internet n'a pas tué l'industrie de la musique

Comment Internet n'a pas tué l'industrie de la musique | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
L'industrie musicale, en grande peine durant longtemps à cause de la chute des ventes de disques, trouve un nouveau souffle dans le streaming payant.
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Why 2016 will go down as a giant year for the global recorded music business - Music Business Worldwide

Why 2016 will go down as a giant year for the global recorded music business - Music Business Worldwide | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
Every major market's income was up in H1, aside from Japan

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YouTube a payé 1 milliard de dollars en royalties mais l'industrie musicale en veut plus - Business - Numerama

YouTube a payé 1 milliard de dollars en royalties mais l'industrie musicale en veut plus - Business - Numerama | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
Un cadre de YouTube a annoncé sur le blog de la plateforme que l'entreprise a payé, en 2016, 1 milliard de dollars en royalties à l'industrie musicale. Néanmoins, cette dernière a rapidement répondu avec des communiqués loin d'être amicaux.
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The Year in Streaming 2016

The Year in Streaming 2016 | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
The most trusted voice in music.

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Kaiden Sweetnam's curator insight, December 7, 2016 10:58 PM

With streaming music being the new trend and gradually rising, people will start to increase the cost of music and the way of streaming it. music is the number one solution to getting music.

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Amazon launches Music Unlimited streaming service in the UK

Amazon launches Music Unlimited streaming service in the UK | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
Amazon has taken its Music Unlimited on-demand streaming service across the Atlantic, launching it in the UK a month after its debut in the US.

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How Spotify Can Become A Next Generation “Label”

How Spotify Can Become A Next Generation “Label” | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
One of the themes my MIDiA colleague Tim Mulligan (the name’s no coincidence, he’s my brother too!) has been developing over in our online video research is that of next generation TV operators. With the traditional pay-TV model buckling under the pressure of countless streaming subscriptions services like Netflix (there are more than 50 services…
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The Record Labels Of The Future Are Already Here

The Record Labels Of The Future Are Already Here | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
By thinking and acting more entrepreneurially, emerging independent record labels are paving a more sustainable and relevant future for themselves.

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Christopher Nicodemus Dean's curator insight, December 11, 2016 2:07 AM

I feel like Indie Labels are the new wave of the industry. They have full control of how their organization is ran and also they earn back from everything they put out without anyone else cutting into their hard work. Major label will still survive in the industry but I also feel Indie Label will have their shine for many years to come very soon. 

joseph martino's curator insight, December 11, 2016 2:17 AM

As with most other businesses, the traditional role of record label has become a re-defined thing from the past. With high risk investment, labels spend up to 15% on artist development as competition gets fiercer. In response to these challenges, artists are becoming more entrepreneurial, exerting more control on their individual brands. The rapid growth of social media sites has provided a viable platform where all aspects of exposure are used to connect with the consumer. A closer relationship is built with artist and customer with several attractive features including access to external links and flexible price structures. With all of this consumer friendly treatment, it's a wonder how anybody can stay in the business. Fortunately, artists partner up with additional labels as well. Plus, the inter-dependence with the tech industry provides a direct connection with an infinite audience.

joseph martino's curator insight, December 11, 2016 5:45 PM

As with most other businesses, the traditional role of record label has become a re-defined thing from the past. With high risk investment, labels spend up to 15% on artist development as competition gets fiercer. In response to these challenges, artists are becoming more entrepreneurial, exerting more control on their individual brands. The rapid growth of social media sites has provided a viable platform where all aspects of exposure are used to connect with the consumer. A closer relationship is built with artist and customer with several attractive features including access to external links and flexible price structures. With all of this consumer friendly treatment, it's a wonder how anybody can stay in the business. Fortunately, artists partner up with additional labels as well. Plus, the inter-dependence with the tech industry provides a direct connection with an infinite audience.

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Amazon Music Unlimited To Become Top Music Streamer, According to Study

Amazon Music Unlimited To Become Top Music Streamer, According to Study | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
A new study done by Parks Associates shows Amazon Music as the leader of paid music streaming services in U.S. homes with broadband.
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Imagine a music industry with 950m mobile listeners by 2022

Imagine a music industry with 950m mobile listeners by 2022 | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
Want a new big number to whack into your music industry PowerPoint or Keynote presentations? Strategy Analytics has you covered.
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A Streaming Pile of Garbage? – Cuepoint – Medium

A Streaming Pile of Garbage? – Cuepoint – Medium | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
Amazon, iHeart, and Pandora add to the music subscription glut

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Reuben Davis's curator insight, October 16, 2016 8:50 PM

Curation will always been the name of the game. Listening isn't the problem here. It's the quality of selection regardless of format.

 

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Shazam is finally profitable after a billion downloads

Shazam is finally profitable after a billion downloads | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
Shazam, the mobile and desktop app that acts as a digital ear and song identifier, crossed the 1 billion download mark recently, according to a report from..

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Industrie musicale : en dix ans, les revenus ont baissé, mais la part du numérique a explosé

Industrie musicale : en dix ans, les revenus ont baissé, mais la part du numérique a explosé | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
Le « streaming », l’écoute en ligne, est le mode de consommation qui porte aujourd’hui l’industrie musicale. Le nombre d’abonnés payants à ce type de service dans le monde est passé de 8 millions en 2010 à 68 millions en 2015.
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La métamorphose de l'industrie musicale américaine en 7 chiffres

La métamorphose de l'industrie musicale américaine en 7 chiffres | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
Le marché de la musique outre-Atlantique est tiré par le streaming payant, dont la consommation a explosé e
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Streaming drives Warner Music's biggest annual revenues in 8 years

Streaming drives Warner Music's biggest annual revenues in 8 years | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
Major music company posts more than $3.2bn in sales to end of September
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Apple Music surpasses 20m paying subscribers 17 months after launch - Music Business Worldwide

Apple Music surpasses 20m paying subscribers 17 months after launch - Music Business Worldwide | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
Apple has added ten million subscribers in 2016 alone

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Apple Music surpasses 20m paying subscribers 17 months after launch - Music Business Worldwide

Apple Music surpasses 20m paying subscribers 17 months after launch - Music Business Worldwide | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
Apple has added ten million subscribers in 2016 alone
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As Paid Music Streaming Escalates Paying Downloaders Can't Be Left Behind

As Paid Music Streaming Escalates Paying Downloaders Can't Be Left Behind | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
Although paid streaming subscriptions have continued to grow at a steady rate, the far more rapid decline of paid downloads, along with CD sales suggests that streaming services need to grow their paying subscriber base at an even greater rate.
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The Streaming Revolution

The Streaming Revolution | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
Get on a train or airplane these days and you're likely to be surrounded by people watching movies, TV shows or videos or listening to music on their phones, tapping into vast digital libraries on the internet.
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Amazon Music Unlimited: Spotify, Apple Music rival lands in crowded market

Amazon Music Unlimited: Spotify, Apple Music rival lands in crowded market | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
New streaming service uses Alexa, carries separate price tags for Echo and Prime customers.
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YouTube-mp3.org Now Surpasses SoundCloud In Total Traffic

YouTube-mp3.org Now Surpasses SoundCloud In Total Traffic | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
SoundCloud is not only getting overshadowed by YouTube, it's also getting outranked by Youtube derivates like Youtube-mp3.org.
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Spotify UK is profitable - but advertising revenues fell last year - Music Business Worldwide

Spotify UK is profitable - but advertising revenues fell last year - Music Business Worldwide | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
Ad income drops by 2%, accounting for 5.7% of total company revenues
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Record Labels Welcome Rise from Streaming, But Songwriters Aren't Smiling Yet

Record Labels Welcome Rise from Streaming, But Songwriters Aren't Smiling Yet | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
Is the digital revolution, and the first growth of the record business in nearly two decades, passing songwriters by?

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ruben a morelli's curator insight, October 6, 2016 9:38 AM

it's pretty simple. It still doesn't make any sense.

Jacob Dakota Gray's curator insight, October 11, 2016 1:33 PM

Andrew Flanagan is a New York based freelance writer whose work can be found in Rolling Stone and MTV. In this article, he expresses the debate going on between songwriters and labels. I personally believe songwriters have a right to more money they are receiving in return for their contribution to create music. The rise of streaming music is a beautiful thing that increases revenue for the music industry, but some are being left out.

Jermarcus Brown's curator insight, November 13, 2016 5:28 PM

My point I have for the record Labels is, Why are yall tryna beat your artist they should get to know who are streaming there music and whats they pay for it, Like how much they are paying for each time they play it or is they paying for just having it in there library.

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Spotify Is Perfecting the Art of the Playlist

Spotify Is Perfecting the Art of the Playlist | The music industry in the digital context | Scoop.it
The company is in contract negotiations with the three biggest labels, Universal Music, Sony, and Warner Music Group. They take issue with Spotify’s free, ad-supported tier, which doesn’t compensate them as richly as its paid-subscription one that has 40 million users. But Spotify needs all the users it can get, because it hopes to go public soon. The more it can mint its own stars, the less it needs the labels’ glittering rosters. “This is very strategic,” says Mike Doernberg, chief executive of ReverbNation, an online music company that works with emerging artists. “The best thing Spotify can do is popularize more artists so it becomes the gatekeeper of consumption.”
Ogle is giving Spotify more weapons to fight off not just Apple but Pandora and Amazon.com, which are expected to start rival services in the coming months. Ogle doesn’t sound worried. He’s noticed that Discover Weekly users often address the service on Twitter as if it’s a friend who knows them intimately. They’re even forgiving when Spotify’s algorithm misfires. Ogle could be talking about Amber Reyes, who recently tweeted: “Nice @spotify you made up for the horrible discover weekly playlist last week. I love every single song on this weeks. #epic #nice save.”

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