Bob Dylan, a folk singer whose poetic lyrics defined his generation, has become the first musician to win the nobel prize for literature. The prize, which was first awarded in 1901, was presented to Dylan "for having created new poetic expressions within the great American song tradition," according to an announcement from the Swedish Academy
Spotify, a modest Swedish company, started small in 2006, and has since grown into a global juggernaut inspiring dozens of similar on-demand music services from some of the biggest tech companies in the world. Now that subscription streaming has solidified into the mainstream, though, what's next? "It's about time for Spotify's successor to be born," says Bob Moczydlowsky. "A decad
Terrestrial radio giant iHeartMedia will announce this week the launch of a major paid streaming service, The Post has learned.
The paid streaming service, the first of its kind for a traditional radio outfit, will include a $5-a-month ad-free radio station and a $10-a-month on-demand music service, according to people familiar with iHeartMedia’s plans.
IHeartMedia Chief Executive Bob Pittman is expected to make the announcement during the company’s music festival in Las Vegas this week, sources said.
Pandora continued its steady path towards subscriptions today with the announcement of a revamp of its premium radio offering Pandora One and confirmation of a forthcoming 9.99 tier. These of course have been in the works since its acquisition of Rdio’s assets back in November 2015. In the update Pandora One becomes Pandora Plus and…
The Open Music Initiative (OMI), an open-source framework for music rights and licensing, has announced that Intel’s blockchain technology, Sawtooth Lake, will be its reference platform open source ledger for tracking, managing and protecting use of rights holders’ intellectual property.
Decentralizing The Music Industry When it comes to the $15 billion recorded music industry, the artists rarely come out with a big payoff. The recorded music industry began in the late 1800s with the invention of Thomas Edison’s phonograph and benefited greatly from the rise of radio broadcasting in the 1920s. [...]
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