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What Mobile Means for the Global Music Industry

What Mobile Means for the Global Music Industry | Music business | Scoop.it
Digital music companies have plenty of reason to dive into Internet radio. Mobile advertising, vital to mobile-first radio services, improved greatly in 2013.

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Spotify Readying Free Streaming Mobile Service

Spotify Readying Free Streaming Mobile Service | Music business | Scoop.it
Spotify, the Swedish music streaming service, is set to announce a new feature that will allow users to pick specific tracks and listen to them on

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Mobile Music Consumption Explodes

Mobile Music Consumption Explodes | Music business | Scoop.it
More and more fans are using smartphones and tablets to consume music on the go. But what have these services meant for consumers’ smartphone activities and data plans?
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nextstepnext's curator insight, July 29, 2013 8:47 AM

I have to get back in the studio 

Dako Larsson's curator insight, September 9, 2013 12:07 PM

My insight on this is that more people are buying and listening to music on their mobile phones because it is easier for them.  $50.4 billion dollars was projected this year in 2013 on overall consumer music spending.  This shows more people are listening to music on mobile devices then on computers and albums.

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Rdio: ‘Over 80% of our users are mobile’

Rdio: ‘Over 80% of our users are mobile’ | Music business | Scoop.it
Here's another data-point for the mobile-first digital music services bandwagon, from Scott Bagby, head of strategic partnerships at Rdio:
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YouTube wants to double down on mobile music videos

YouTube wants to double down on mobile music videos | Music business | Scoop.it
YouTube wants to give mobile phone users a chance to find music video content by artist, discography and genre, with the goal of bringing music content to hundreds of millions of its users.
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Johann Kotze's comment, October 4, 2012 2:51 AM
a youtube music mobile app would be really cool
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Mobile Listening Grows Again

Mobile Listening Grows Again | Music business | Scoop.it
More than a quarter of mobile subscribers listened to music on their phones in April, according to new data from comScore.
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Mobile Music, Beyond the AppMobile Music, Beyond the App

Mobile Music, Beyond the AppMobile Music, Beyond the App | Music business | Scoop.it
Yesterday I delivered a keynote at the Music 4.5 Mobile music conference.  My presentation was entitled ‘Mobile Music: Apps, Ecosystems and the Cloud’ and here are some of the highlights. I’...
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With Updated iOS App, Herd.fm Wants to Change Mobile Music Discovery

With Updated iOS App, Herd.fm Wants to Change Mobile Music Discovery | Music business | Scoop.it
Herd.fm changes course from being a music recommendation app based solely on location to one that examines iTunes listening and Facebook sharing history in order to compile...
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Michael Schneider: Six Mobile Music trends to watch in 2012

Michael Schneider: Six Mobile Music trends to watch in 2012 | Music business | Scoop.it

"For app maker Mobile Roadie's CEO, ubiquitous connectivity, location ticketing and social will be huge this year. Mark his words at midem!"

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TechCrunch | Streaming Music Service MOG To Be Pre-Loaded On AT&T’s New LTE Phones

TechCrunch | Streaming Music Service MOG To Be Pre-Loaded On AT&T’s New LTE Phones | Music business | Scoop.it
Unlimited streaming music service MOG is expanding its footprint yet again with a new AT&T deal that will see its mobile application pre-installed on AT&T's first new LTE smartphones: the Samsung Galaxy S Skyrocket and the HTC Vivid.
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Spotify CEO Daniel Ek Announces Led Zeppelin Deal, Free Mobile Service at New York HQ

Spotify CEO Daniel Ek Announces Led Zeppelin Deal, Free Mobile Service at New York HQ | Music business | Scoop.it
Spotify on Wednesday made the launch of a free streaming service for tablets, both iPads and Android devices, and other mobile devices official.
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What ‘Portable Music’ Means in 2013

What ‘Portable Music’ Means in 2013 | Music business | Scoop.it

"A couple of weeks ago, I gave a half-hour presentation on the state of music apps at Berlin Music Week, before interviewing some prominent app developers on stage. You can view the slides below."

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I simply love the article from beginning to end. The author gave the reader his own new thought of the new defintion of "portable music ". After reading this article, portable music is just a understatment. We can access music anywhere , anytime, or any day for our lives. BUt what really caught my attention was the the statement: "But,” you say, “why would Pandora want people to bring their artist stations to iHeartRadio? Why would Rdio want people to be able to grab their collections and go to Rhapsody? And why would iTunes or Amazon want people to be able to grab all purchases in a flash and put them in whatever cloud locker they want?"

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A few reasons why ‘mobile-first’ is a buzz-phrase for the music biz

A few reasons why ‘mobile-first’ is a buzz-phrase for the music biz | Music business | Scoop.it
"Mobile-first" has been a phrase worth dropping in startup and investor circles for some time now.
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Ironically, Microsoft Phone Should Build on Failed Zune Ecosystem

Ironically, Microsoft Phone Should Build on Failed Zune Ecosystem | Music business | Scoop.it

"Multiple sources are saying that Microsoft is working on its very own smartphone.

 

It’s not as crazy as it might sound. Microsoft might not want to pin its hopes on Nokia’s Windows Phone, and besides, Microsoft has all but admitted that longtime rival Apple’s approach — controlling the hardware, operating system, app store, and digital hub — is not without its allure (see Xbox, Zune, and the Surface tablet)."

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HP's Forthcoming Smartphone Means They Need a Digital Music Strategy

HP's Forthcoming Smartphone Means They Need a Digital Music Strategy | Music business | Scoop.it
A day after Apple unveiled the iPhone 5, Hewlett-Packard CEO Meg Whitman said in an interview with Fox Business that HP is getting back into the smartphone business. And if...
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Nearly Half of All Rhapsody Listening Is Mobile – Even Before Full Facebook Integration

Nearly Half of All Rhapsody Listening Is Mobile – Even Before Full Facebook Integration | Music business | Scoop.it

"Spotify might get more of the press these days, but the veteran Rhapsody recently broke the one-million-subscribers mark, due in part to its acquisition of Napster and Facebook integration that lets people try Rhapsody without whipping out their credit card for a free trial."

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Spotify competitor Deezer sees 60% of UK sign-ups arrive from mobile

Spotify competitor Deezer sees 60% of UK sign-ups arrive from mobile | Music business | Scoop.it
At the Financial Times’ (FT) Digital Media Conference in London today, France-based music service announced Deezer announced that 60% of its UK signups are coming from mobile, thanks ...
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Informa: Streaming to boost Mobile Music to $12bn by 2016

Informa: Streaming to boost Mobile Music to $12bn by 2016 | Music business | Scoop.it

"At the height of the ringtone craze in 2007, mobile music was one of the few rays of sunlight in an otherwise gloomy landscape for the music industry. Then the ringtone market started tanking and that ray of hope seemed to fade.
But despite the vertiginous decline in mobile music sales reported by official music-industry stats, mobile music revenues are growing and will be worth US$12 billion by 2016, according to Informa Telecoms & Media’s latest forecasts."

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How Mobile Has Changed The Music Industry

How Mobile Has Changed The Music Industry | Music business | Scoop.it
This much we know: The rise of digital music has completely changed the music industry. "It's upside down," says Dan Teree, a former Vice President of Ticketmaster. "Nobody buys music anymore.
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