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Digital Music: The Key to the Future Success of the Music Industry

Digital Music: The Key to the Future Success of the Music Industry | Nueva industria del videoclip | Scoop.it
Statistics show that digital music is the only aspect of the music industry that is growing. Here we look at how the industry must adapt to remain successful. (What does the future of the #music industry hold?

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Music analytics is helping the music industry see into the future - The Guardian

Music analytics is helping the music industry see into the future - The Guardian | Nueva industria del videoclip | Scoop.it
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Music analytics is helping the music industry see into the future
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Spotify and other streaming services are growing fast, but losing money.

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The Music Industry Is Dying? Great - Daily Beast

The Music Industry Is Dying? Great - Daily Beast | Nueva industria del videoclip | Scoop.it

The demise of the music industry can actually work for musicians as a moment of liberating grace. You can make a sane living in an unpredictable economy. 


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Gabriel Alejandro Del Valle's curator insight, January 16, 2014 2:58 PM

The most interesting article is this one. It shows how musicians life are changing because they cant make money off music like they used to. Piracy has beaten all artist by allowing people to download music for free. I actually agree that the Music Industry is dying do to piracy and its hard to actually make a living with music. But on the other end music will never die as long as consumers can still listen.

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Why the Music Industry Doesn't Care About Selling Music Anymore... - Digital Music News

Why the Music Industry Doesn't Care About Selling Music Anymore... - Digital Music News | Nueva industria del videoclip | Scoop.it
Why the Music Industry Doesn't Care About Selling Music Anymore...

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The Innovators: New music industry approach for a new economy

The Innovators: New music industry approach for a new economy | Nueva industria del videoclip | Scoop.it
As the music industry struggles to grow in an age of digital delivery, one entrepreneur may have found a new way to grow an audience.

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Pierre Priot's curator insight, October 20, 2013 5:59 PM

I assume that future apps will decently compensate start-ups. 

Let's hope artists will get a share of these new incomes.


 

Hack Your Craft's comment, April 27, 2014 7:51 AM
yes, that is always the golden question. They always like to apply the trickly down theory to innovation in the music industry where artists are at the bottom of that bucket collecting the trickle.
Josh Granese's curator insight, November 4, 2014 10:26 AM

Song Pong. Never heard of it, but the idea actually seems VERY interesting. I ALWAYS tell my friends about new music I am listening to. Whenever my favorite band releases a new song it goes on Facebook, Twitter, you name it. Song Pong allows me to share their music and they get compensated for me sharing their work which is absolutely sick. I may even use this for my own material.

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AMIA | Alberta Music Industry Association

AMIA | Alberta Music Industry Association | Nueva industria del videoclip | Scoop.it

The Alberta Music Industry Association is a non-profit, service-based association dedicated to helping professionals in the music industry succeed in their careers.


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A decade of iTunes singles killed the music industry

A decade of iTunes singles killed the music industry | Nueva industria del videoclip | Scoop.it
For better or worse, iTunes dragged the music industry into the digital era.

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Pierre Priot's curator insight, April 30, 2013 3:00 AM

I bet you didn't see that coming, CNN blames it on iTunes when everyone still hitting on Napspter

Julia Quantrill's curator insight, August 22, 2014 12:11 AM

This article from the US Cable News Network will provide financial statistics for my presentation to demonstrate why digital downloading of music is great for consumers but a major threat to the viability of the music industry.

 

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Quatasia Dixon's curator insight, June 15, 8:25 AM

This article talks about iTunes and the effect it has on physical music sales, like CDs. iTunes led the change to single downloading. They are responsible for 63% of digital music sales. However, the artists still have to rely on other endeavors, such as endorsements, touring, and merchandise. I think iTunes is a little better than streaming services like Spotify. With iTunes you either pay for the single or the album, but with Spotify its one monthly price for any song or album.

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32 Music Industry Statistics and Trends

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Music Industry Statistics and Trends
The music industry has been slowly migrating over to a growing population of digital sales.

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Linda Evans's curator insight, November 7, 2013 10:02 AM

32 Music Industry Statistics and Trends 

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The History Of Music Video

Studying Music Video - The History of The Music Video

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Sean Riffe's comment, March 6, 2014 9:22 AM
MTV Launched on August 1, 1981 the original purpose of the channel was to play music videos guided by television personalities known as "video jockeys" Much as radio personalities are known as "Disc Jockeys".
Sean Riffe's comment, March 6, 2014 9:25 AM
MTV being a pioneer of Music television set off a chain reaction and soon enough different channels began popping up playing different genres of music. VH1, Fuse, Kerrang! All of these began to draw a large following.
Sean Riffe's comment, March 6, 2014 9:28 AM
Now, MTV and VH1 and other music television channels don't play music often. The music has been replaced with a bunch of bullshit that has nothing to do with music. Youtube brought a new era to music videos and revived them with a channel known as VEVO. Artists from everywhere have a VEVO account on youtube, this is where they post all of their music videos for the world to see.
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Nontraditional Branding: The Future of the Music Industry? - Huffington Post

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Nontraditional Branding: The Future of the Music Industry?
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When it comes to this kind of branding method, and a lot more, the go-to guy is Adam Kluger. Kluger is the CEO of The Kluger Agency, ...

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Alicia Popescu's curator insight, November 4, 2014 7:38 PM

The music and advertising industry are changing at a very similar pace. Both are drastically affected by the technological revolution, experiencing similar side effect such as new platforms of usage and content that needs to rise above the clutter. 

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Big Data Leads to New Business Models in the Music Industry

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Customization is driving high music industry loyalty.


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How 10 Musicians Make Good Livings In Today's Music Industry - Digital Music News

How 10 Musicians Make Good Livings In Today's Music Industry - Digital Music News | Nueva industria del videoclip | Scoop.it
We hear so much doom and gloom today from people screaming that the music industry is dying and there’s no money in music. I asked...
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Why We Shouldn't Worry About The Decline Of The Music Industry - Forbes

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Why We Shouldn't Worry About The Decline Of The Music IndustryForbesThe trend is most apparent in the music industry.

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UK Music Industry to Block Tens of BitTorrent and File Sharing Sites Including Grooveshark

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UK Music Industry to Block Tens of BitTorrent and File Sharing Sites Including Grooveshark

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Pierre Priot's curator insight, May 16, 2013 4:03 PM

British Phonographic Industry to block Grooveshark in UK? Last we heard Grooveshark had signed deals with publishers such as EMI...

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Top 10 Reasons Why the Music Industry is Failing

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Top 10 Reasons Why the Music Industry is Failing
A Guest Post by Ramin Streets


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Pierre Priot's comment, June 3, 2013 5:10 PM
damn right! kill the record industry!
Aaron Payauys's curator insight, November 15, 2014 12:59 AM

This article is jammed pack with tons of great reasons to know. I find it strange that the whole record company stealing instead of doing their real job finding the next big thing. Also the music talent that we lack today is limiting us to another world of music.

William Hopewell's curator insight, December 2, 2015 3:48 PM

A huge point in this article talks about how record labels and artists decieve the public and the fans. High ticket prices and albums that only have 1-2 excellent songs with the rest as fillers don't help the cause. Only true fans who adore the aritst will purchase these expensive tickets but for those who like the music they won't purchase these. I understand that it is a celebrity and that money must be made somehow but this is ridiculous. Along with releasing an album with half-baked songs. Of couse the best songs are released as singles but the other ones should be able to be released as singles too. Albums that only have 1-2 good songs are most likely record labeled controlled albums. 

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Is Apple Screwing the Music Industry?

Is Apple Screwing the Music Industry? | Nueva industria del videoclip | Scoop.it
It appears Apple and Google could be taking the music industry for a ride, underpaying for valuable listening data.

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Pierre Priot's curator insight, June 6, 2013 4:32 PM

Answer is yes, and the industry cannot wait for getting screwed over by Apple. 

Tyheim's curator insight, August 13, 2013 11:58 AM

I dont think apple is trying to screw the industry but i do believe they are affecting it.

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Creative Content Summit - Panel session on 'The Future for the Music industry'

A panel session focusing on 'The Future for the Music industry' at the Creative Content Summit during the British Business Embassy on 31 July 2012. Participa...
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Sia's “Chandelier” Video Might Have the Best Dance Routine of the Year - TIME

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Music and Lyrics Sia's “Chandelier” Video Might Have the Best Dance Routine of the Year TIME When TIME premiered the first look at Sia's “Chandelier” video, it seemed obvious that the final product would involves some dance routines given the...
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