Le Bureau export de la musique vient de publier son bilan des succès à l'export pour l'année 2015. Une année une nouvelle fois remplie de beaux succès pour les artistes made in France à l’international.
Music has always been an integral part of Starbuck's imaging; and when fans began the shift from physical goods to streaming, the 7500+ store chain partnered with Spotify. All Starbuck's baristas get a free Spotify Premium account and they're using them to create playlists. Now customers who like what they...
Not all of David Bowie’s prophecies have been spot on. There’s no sign of the “Homo superior” shoving aside Homo sapiens yet. And we’re still waiting for the Starman to put in an appearance. But one thing the late singer-songwriter and hero to millions did get right was the impact of the internet on the music industry. “The absolute transformation of everything that we ever thought about music will take place within 10 years and nothing is going to be able to stop it,” he said in a 2002 interview. “Music is going to be like running water or electricity.”
As we begin a new year, it's time to look ahead at what 2016's music industry trends will be, with an expected continuation of the streaming wars, the blending of tech with the live music experience, and other predictions.
C'est quoi la musique ? Facile, un coup de Shazam et on le sait. Mais quelles sont les publicités les plus shazamées ? Réponse avec Mobile Network Group et Kantar Media qui présentent la compil annuelle.
Nine out of ten CEOs talk at length and end up saying little. Enter Tyler Goldman, North American CEO of Deezer, a global music subscription service that's all but unseen in a market dominated by Spotify and home to the services run by three of the largest technology companies in the world.
With newcomer Apple Music already taking a sizable bite out of the market, competing services Spotify and Pandora hope to differentiate themselves by amping up ways to help artists connect with their fans.
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