Suivre @JeromeMarinSF Apple prépare sa riposte à Spotify. En juin, la marque à la pomme devrait lancer un nouveau service de streaming (lecture sans téléchargement) musical, qui s'appuiera sur l'offre de Beats Music, rachetée en mai 2014. Contrairement à iTunes Radio, lancé en 2013, il permettra d'écouter des chansons à la demande.
Le plan d'action initiée par Fleur Pellerin, la ministre de la Culture, va entrer en action. Il entend compléter la riposte graduée mise en place par la Hadopi. Les plates-formes de streaming seront également mieux surveillées.
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So speculation continues to mount about what Apple has planned for its new fangled iTunes-Beats mash up service, and about the general mood over at Universal Music about all things streaming music. And fans of colliding speculation will be pleased to know, the two topics came together in gossiping circles last week.
A renewed focus on the value of music comes as a transition point for the record business. Rob Wells, Universal Music Group's president of digital who brokered deals with "freemium" services like Spotify, left the company in late February. Now the company is rethinking the value of unlimited free streaming, according to a label source.
Edison Research and Triton Digital have released their annual The Infinite Dial report, exploring the US digital music and social media landscapes based on a survey of 2,002 Americans. Among its key stats: a rise in the percentage of Americans listening to online radio to 53% - around 143m people - although it's 77% for 12-24 year-olds.
The tech world is abuzz today with the official unveiling of the Apple Watch, but the music business can look upon it as a possible boon as well. The Apple Watch, which can be considered either a utilitarian or luxury item, appears to do many things well, and by the looks [...]
La diffusion vidéo en temps réel est actuellement l'une des grandes tendances sur les médias sociaux mobiles. Et Twitter semble vouloir être dans le coup. Le service de microblogging aurait racheté il y a quelques semaines Periscope, une stratup qui se spécialise dans la diffusion vidéo en streaming.
SocialRank, a relatively new social data metrics company that analyzes Twitter accounts to provide easily digestible insights into its followers and engagement rates, today launched its Music Index, "inspired" by the Billboard 200 albums chart.
In the battle for web music streaming, there's a new competitor in town. Samsung's Milk Music, the year-old streaming service previously only available on Samsung Galaxy phones and tablets, the Gear S smartphone and Samsung Smart TVs, is now available through a web player.
If you're hoping that Apple will launch its retooled music streaming service alongside a smartwatch next week, you'll have to wait a bit longer. 9to5Mac reports that Monday's "Spring Forward" event won't include details on the next phase of iTunes/Beats Music.
Apple's entry into the subscription market later this year will fire a broadside across the freemium model. But there are not many companies that can do what Apple can. Every product and service needs to acquire customers and usually that entails advertising and marketing. If what you are selling is a relatively nuanced proposition, and...
Pandora is looking to add a paid day pass to its service later this year, company executives revealed during Pandora’s investor day Thursday. The day pass will give users a way to listen without advertising interruptions, and they won’t have to subscribe to the company’s Pandora One subscription plan. Chief Product Officer Chris Phillips told…
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