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Spotify: saviour of the music industry? | Muso2Go

Spotify: saviour of the music industry? | Muso2Go | Which music services are growing, and which ones are shrinking | Scoop.it
Connecting the World Musicians (Is Spotify the saviour of the music industry? #musician #band #indie http://t.co/tCGgoyh17e)
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Spotify is definitely becoming a more dominating topic in the subject of radio. To see how it is coming up is crazy. Although i will forever love pandora, spotify might just succeed them in the future.

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Pandora, iTunes, Spotify, Rdio All Try to Take a Bite Out of Radio's Dollar

Pandora, iTunes, Spotify, Rdio All Try to Take a Bite Out of Radio's Dollar | Which music services are growing, and which ones are shrinking | Scoop.it
from pandora to spotify to clear channel's iheartradio to apple's new itunes radio, there are so many options for marketers. too many.

Via Bruno Crolot
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I chose this article because i thought it was really cool to see how pandora and spotify are in competiton with each other. With pandora having over 72.1 million listeners its hard to believe that spotify will soon exceed that.

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Maurice Clark's curator insight, October 13, 2013 9:47 PM

This article goes over the impact of digital radio versus AM/FM radio. Even though digital radio listeners are increasing a great deal, AM/FM radio still has the advantage. This is because digital radio hasn't figured out how to include local advertising. AM/FM radio garners 200 million unque listeners monthly, while the most popular digital radio service, Pandora, gets about 75 million. If the digital radio services figure out a way to include local advertising, I believe AM/FM radio will be obsolete.

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It's Time to Build an Open-Source Music Industry: A Chat with CASH Music

It's Time to Build an Open-Source Music Industry: A Chat with CASH Music | Which music services are growing, and which ones are shrinking | Scoop.it
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Six years ago, Maggie Vail and Jesse von Doom launched CASH Music, a nonprofit with the express goal of building open-source tools to help musicians reach their audience—and make a living.

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I added this article to my topic because CASH started off as a non-profit organiztion and is now gradually expanding with more people and ideas.

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YouTube Adds Background Music Library for Your Videos

YouTube Adds Background Music Library for Your Videos | Which music services are growing, and which ones are shrinking | Scoop.it
The perfect soundtrack can really tie together a video, so YouTube is making it much easier to pick an audio backdrop to accompany your footage.

Via Joanna KIRK
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I chose this article becuase i love how Youtube is always keeping up with the hottest things. They've just added a backdrop fro your videos. how cool is that?

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Colorz Champion's comment, October 8, 2013 12:29 PM
I think people who really post a lot of videos of them doing cover songs, single of their song or a parody of some famous video would be surprised of the background audio it adds to viewers listening to it. I hear people on "Youtube" singing acapella a lot of times and this app could really help those that are in need of the background sound. Everyone cant sing acapella so this is very helpful.
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YouTube removing the ladder under the music industry | The Wall Blog

YouTube removing the ladder under the music industry | The Wall Blog | Which music services are growing, and which ones are shrinking | Scoop.it
The Wall Street Journal are running their Tech Cafe the for second year, in Shoreditch in the heart of London's tech scene. This morning the music industry was

Via Benjamin DEBUSSCHERE
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This article is mainly talking about how social medias such as Youtube and Spotify are the reasons people are becoming famous these days. It talks about how the music industry as a whole aren't getting artist famous but how social medias are.

The pros are: its easier to get your music heard just by uploading a video to a social medias. A great example of this is how Soulja Boy got famous from youtube just by a video of his dancing and rapping. The con of having social medias is you never really know who is viewing your music or videos. When you upload a video you could have views, but you never know who those viewers are or if they're in the music industry already.

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Tony Miranda's curator insight, October 11, 2013 9:36 PM

"Streaming is the Future of the Music Industry"- Nick Mason of Pink Floyd