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Music streaming: what do songwriters really get from YouTube or Pandora?

Music streaming: what do songwriters really get from YouTube or Pandora? | New Music Industry | Scoop.it

Writers are angry about the royalties they get when their tracks are played – they deserve a bigger (pizza) slice of the action...

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A Streaming Pile of Garbage? – Cuepoint – Medium

A Streaming Pile of Garbage? – Cuepoint – Medium | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Amazon, iHeart, and Pandora add to the music subscription glut
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YouTube, beware: Facebook is ready to do some global music licensing - Music Business Worldwide

YouTube, beware: Facebook is ready to do some global music licensing - Music Business Worldwide | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Job ad reveals all about social media giants plans
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RIAA figures reveal 8.1% rise in US recorded-music revenues

RIAA figures reveal 8.1% rise in US recorded-music revenues | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
The RIAA has published its figures for music sales in the first half of 2016, and they tell a positive story: an 8.1% year-in-year rise in revenues.
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How Blockchain Startups Are Disrupting The $15 Billion Music Industry

How Blockchain Startups Are Disrupting The $15 Billion Music Industry | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
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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Moving up the music curation food chain

Moving up the music curation food chain | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Time for a quick lesson in free publicity. The increase of easy access to information and entertainment, combined with the democratisation of creation thereof, have led to the need for curation.

As an artist, you want to get your music noticed by curators, so it gets spread around further. But ho
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10 Lesser-Known Tools for Music Discovery – MUSIC x TECH x FUTURE – Medium

10 Lesser-Known Tools for Music Discovery – MUSIC x TECH x FUTURE – Medium | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Radio, streaming services, social networks — everyone has their own way to discover new music.
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YouTube ordered to pay more for music by Europe - BBC News

YouTube ordered to pay more for music by Europe - BBC News | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Video sites such as YouTube will be forced to pay more to musicians and record companies under plans to reform European copyright laws.
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Cory Gonzalez's curator insight, September 15, 1:59 PM

I am happy to see that YouTube artist and publishers will finally be getting the commission they deserve for the content they present. I put no blame on any of these musical search engines especially YouTube since it was not meant to be for music in the first place. However, a system should most definitely be put in place for all streaming sites to provide the deserving pay to those who post the content.

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TIDAL parent lost around $2m a month last year, while seeking extra financing - Music Business Worldwide

TIDAL parent lost around $2m a month last year, while seeking extra financing - Music Business Worldwide | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
First year of Jay Z ownership put under the microscope
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Pandora signs direct deals with Sony, Universal and indie labels

Pandora signs direct deals with Sony, Universal and indie labels | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Pandora's plans to launch an on-demand music-streaming service are several steps nearer this afternoon, thanks to the company's latest licensing deals.
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Christopher Vaughn's curator insight, September 13, 9:12 AM

I think this has to do with the evolution of music because Pandora is trying to widen its reach in the music world. I also think that this is the right way to go about it. If you want the endless music you got to pay somewhere along the way whether its a yearly 

membership fee or a monthly subscription .

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Reimagining the Album Release in an Era of Atomic Consumption

Reimagining the Album Release in an Era of Atomic Consumption | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Music-tech writer Cherie Hu presents four methods that the music industry can adopt to reimagine its own marketing by leveraging the rise of atomic consumption.
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Amazon and Pandora to Gauge Music’s Value in the Internet Age

Amazon and Pandora to Gauge Music’s Value in the Internet Age | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
The companies are planning to charge as little as $5 a month for new streaming music services, half the cost of the current pricing model.
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Jeremiah Robinson's curator insight, September 17, 4:40 PM

Amazon and Pandora are updating their music streaming services. According to the article, the change is aimed to compete with Spotify and Apple Music. Currently, the average streaming service is $10 a month. Pandora plans to charge $5 while Amazon plans to charge $10 a month. The article is retrieved from the New York Times, a reputable source.

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Why Apple is anything but the future of music - Eric Garland

Why Apple is anything but the future of music - Eric Garland | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Apple's latest event shows that the company has lost track of the future of music, and sure isn't driving it. Here's what they should do instead.
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Apple Music has 17 million paid users with the help of exclusives

Apple Music has 17 million paid users with the help of exclusives | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
When Apple teased its redesign for Apple Music back at WWDC, the company revealed that the service had reached 15 million paid users. CEO Tim Cook kicked of
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Jeremiah Robinson's curator insight, September 17, 4:54 PM

After the redesign of Apple Music, the company gained 2 million paid users over the course of 3 months. The streaming service did this by offering exclusive releases to albums and videos. The article shows how digital music affects the music industry. The article is retrieved from Engadget, a web magazine, and reputable source.

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Welcome to Paid Streaming: Six Questions With iHeartRadio President Darren Davis

Welcome to Paid Streaming: Six Questions With iHeartRadio President Darren Davis | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Billboard spoke to iHeartRadio president Darren Davis to get more details about iHeart's new on-demand subscription streaming service and what it all means for the future of the radio business.
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iHeartMedia to launch paid music-streaming service: sources

iHeartMedia to launch paid music-streaming service: sources | New Music Industry | Scoop.it

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.

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Streaming sales rise 49% to drive UK music industry

Streaming sales rise 49% to drive UK music industry | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Music streaming services saw revenues grow 49% to £251m last year, as a new report suggests the UK music industry has several reasons to be cheerful.
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Pandora Plus And The Mid Tier Opportunity

Pandora Plus And The Mid Tier Opportunity | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
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…
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Pandora Plus launches as WMG seals its deal

Pandora Plus launches as WMG seals its deal | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Pandora has inked its final direct-licensing deal with a major label in the US, with Warner Music Group yesterday joining Universal, Sony, Merlin and others
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What Does It Mean to Experience an Album for the First Time as a Film?

What Does It Mean to Experience an Album for the First Time as a Film? | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
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Tencent Surges to Become Asia's Most Valuable Company

Tencent Surges to Become Asia's Most Valuable Company | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Chinese tech conglomerate Tencent Holdings has surpassed state-owned telecom giant China Mobile to become the continent’s most valuable publicly-traded company.
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Why People Pay for Subscription Entertainment Services – Medium

Why People Pay for Subscription Entertainment Services – Medium | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
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Breaking Down Pandora’s Entry Into Ticketing – Medium

Breaking Down Pandora’s Entry Into Ticketing – Medium | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
How does a music streaming service add value to a ticketing company? Pandora aims to do for ticketing what it does for music: connect fans…
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Can Spotify Survive the Impending Storm As It Prepares to Go Public?

Can Spotify Survive the Impending Storm As It Prepares to Go Public? | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
Too big to fail? All the streaming giant's agreements with the majors have expired as it seeks to renegotiate at lower rates than Apple.
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Watch Out Access, Liberty Media Is Building A Full Stack Music Company | MIDiA Research

Watch Out Access, Liberty Media Is Building A Full Stack Music Company | MIDiA Research | New Music Industry | Scoop.it
full stack media companies, full stack music company, Liberty media, Liberty Global, MTV, Pandora, Sirius XM, Live Nation, Saavn, Access Industries, Deezer
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3RD Season's curator insight, September 10, 6:57 AM

Heads Up #indie #music #singers #songwriter #recordingartist


Sharing what I learn in the #musicbiz! ����

Christopher Vaughn's curator insight, September 13, 1:28 PM

This was a very interesting article to read. The theory that Liberty Media is trying to attain can be done but will take time and cost a lot of money. But it can be done.The problem I had with article was that the  person who wants to accomplish this dream is known for shady dealings since he owned TCI, Inc. I think he is just trying to monopolize media just for the money not for the love of the art.