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Who are the 100 Most Social Music Brands?

Who are the 100 Most Social Music Brands? | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Artists represent 7/10 of the most followed social media profiles, but what about the companies behind the music? Click to find out who the 100 most loved music brands on social media are.

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Comportements et mesure de l'écoute en ligne à l'heure des 3 écrans [étude] Mediametrie au Radio 2.0 2017

Comportement et mesure de l ecoute en ligne a l'heure des 3 ecrans mediametrie radio 2.0 2017
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Tesla reportedly wants to create its own music streaming service

Tesla reportedly wants to create its own music streaming service | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Tesla is planning on creating its own proprietary music-streaming service, Recode first reported.

Tesla CEO Elon Musk is in talks with major labels about creating a streaming service that would come bundled in all Tesla vehicles, according to the report.

"We believe it's important to have an exceptional in-car experience so our customers can listen to the music they want from whatever source they choose," a Tesla spokesperson told Business Insider. "Our goal is to simply achieve maximum happiness for our customers."

It's an interesting strategy, considering Tesla could simply opt to offer pre-existing services like Spotify, Apple Music, or Pandora. Tesla CEO Elon Musk hinted he wanted to explore music streaming options during a June meeting with shareholders, saying it's difficult to find "good playlists or good matching algorithms."
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YouTube introduces ‘heat maps’ for VR videos

YouTube introduces ‘heat maps’ for VR videos | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
YouTube has launched an interesting new feature for people creating VR and 360 videos for its service: heat maps to show how they're being watched.

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Riding In Cars With Alexa - TV[R]EV

Riding In Cars With Alexa - TV[R]EV | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
A few weeks ago, I received an Amazon Echo Dot as a gift, and, having enjoyed its older sister, the Echo, in my living room, decided to put the Dot to work as an upgrade on my 13 year-old Subaru Forester.
It fits neatly into the front seat cupholder and all I needed was a $10 USB adapter for the power outlet. I connected it to the internet via a Verizon Jetpack modem that I use for my train commutes, though I could also have used my iPhone via its hot spot. (Go unlimited data plans!) Setup is simple and took less than five minutes.
Herewith are the results of that experiment:
The Pros:
I can access every song in the Spotify library plus the 100 or so Spotify playlists I’ve created just by saying “Alexa, play _______.” I also have access to Amazon Music’s entire free collection and all their playlists.
I can get news, weather and sports scores just by asking.
Alexa can read me whatever is on my Kindle and will automatically pick up where I left off.
I can listen to NPR or a basketball game via Tune-In or I Heart Radio.
When I went to the airport last week to pick my son up, I was able to get updated flight information on the fly via Echo’s Kayak skill.
I now have a legitimate reason to talk to myself in the car.
Voice commands are infinitely safer than having to fiddle with the dashboard.
If I shut the car off to go grocery shopping or workout, Spotify will (usually) pick up right where I left off .
Passengers (i.e., my kids) can have it play the music they want to listen to.
I can add things to my grocery list or even buy them from Amazon as I drive
If the new Echo calling feature takes off, I’ll  soon be able to call people hands-free from my car.
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Le smartphone, 1er écran pour surfer sur les sites/applications Radio

Le smartphone, 1er écran pour surfer sur les sites/applications Radio | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Le GESTE publie, en partenariat avec Médiamétrie, l’Internet Global Radio et Musique qui évalue l’audience globale - ordinateur, mobile, tablette - des sites et applications de radio et de musique, à travers la mesure Internet Global de Médiamétrie. Le Smartphone apparait comme le premier écran pour écouter la radio.
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À la recherche de l’immersion sonore parfaite - Human Inside Orange

À la recherche de l’immersion sonore parfaite - Human Inside Orange | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
C’est avec cette problématique qu’en 2016, Theo Lainé, Directeur Marketing produits TV chez Orange, est allé à la rencontre d’Alain Molinié lors du CES (Consumer Electronics Show) de Las Vegas ‑ le plus important salon grand public consacré à l’innovation technologique en électronique. Il raconte : « Alain Molinié est le co-fondateur de la société AwoX. Récemment, …
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Le Nouveau Podcast : de l'audio pour les gamins

Le Nouveau Podcast : de l'audio pour les gamins | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

À l'occasion de la 2ème édition de la conférence Le Nouveau Podcast qui a lieu à Paris ce 22 juin (en partenariat avec La Lettre Pro de la Radio), nous vous proposons tous les jours une petite sélection de podcasts à écouter, découvrir ou redécouvrir. Un article proposé par Bloom et Moustic The Audio Agency sur le blog La revue de l'audio digital, réédité et augmenté.


Plusieurs initiatives récentes ont prouvé que l'audio est un formidable outil ludique et pédagogique.Bloom, la radio des enfants a été fondé par deux mamans, qui, persuadées que leurs enfants se devaient d’utiliser les outils digitaux pour apprendre, ne souhaitaient pas pour autant leur faire passer des journées entières face aux écrans. Bloom était né : une offre complète, qui mêle divertissement, apprentissage et ouverture sur le monde. Disponibles via les plateformes audio habituelles et des applications mobiles les programmes sont rassemblés autour de thématiques clefs et les enfants apprennent à sélectionner des contenus, naviguer dedans, y revenir, sur tous les supports numériques !

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Spotify ‘Sponsored Songs’ lets labels pay for plays

Spotify ‘Sponsored Songs’ lets labels pay for plays | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
A mysterious "Sponsored Content" opt-out setting recently appeared in Spotify, and now the streaming giant has confirmed to TechCrunch what it'

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Spotify teste l’arrivée de "chansons sponsorisées" qui apparaîssent dans nos playlists

Spotify teste l’arrivée de "chansons sponsorisées" qui apparaîssent dans nos playlists | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Les utilisateurs de Spotify devraient bientôt faire les frais d’une nouvelle forme de publicité : les "chansons sponsorisées", payées par des labels de musique pour s’infiltrer dans nos playlists.


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Podcast data, beyond downloads : A story about love, a universal story PodiumPodcast @ Podcastday

Podcast data, beyond downloads : A story about love, a universal story PodiumPodcast @ Podcastday | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

‘We believe our success is that talented, professionals, engaged in doing what they love’

Pablo Fen tells a story of love and how he fell in love. He couldn’t tell the lady he had fallen in love as he had a lack of data. And so he went to talk to her partners and her friends to find out how she felt. They told him to use technology and so he made a collection of podcasts that communicate about falling in love. He first sent her fiction podcasts about love but this didn’t work as it was too obscure and made her think that he was a bit weird. He then sent her a journalism podcast – about dead people who love people – he then went from looking like a weird person to a psychopath. He then sent her an episode called ‘Movies in your head’, this expressed the story of love.

Prisa radio decided to look at their strategy and the suggest was ‘We should create a place to create stories’. Their podcast network is made by professionals, quality and in Spanish. They started by collecting data and now they have the results back – 767 episodes, 2m downloads last month, 160k downloads per week. He also suggested that outside of the US there also needs to be a focus on android. Looking at their figures they can also see that 50% of downloads didn’t come from the month in which they were downloaded, what does this mean?

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Podcast Day report : Innovation, Storytelling, Drama, And Comedy In Copenhagen /AllAccess

Podcast Day report : Innovation, Storytelling, Drama, And Comedy In Copenhagen /AllAccess | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
The keynote from RADIODAYS manager and founder ANDERS HELD welcomed delegates and speakers from all over the world to COPENHAGEN for “the start of something new at the site of the very first and original RADIODAYS EUROPE conference in 2010.”  HELD's speech was followed by an opening session on the explosion of podcasting in AMERICA, with MIDROLL/EARWOLF/STITCHER CEO ERIK DIEHN offering his view on what other markets can learn from the U.S. boom in podcasting. noting that "There is an explosion of content at the moment."  He cited early pioneers, including technology enthusiasts, comedians, and creators from public radio for setting the scene for the present boom, crediting the tech podcasts for showing the need for a connection to a specific audience, the comedians for demonstrating the value of total freedom, and public radio producers for creating "compelling content...which takes people on a journey."  "It's about standing out, authenticity and providing diversified streams," DIEHN asserted.
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Apple’s new analytics for podcasts mean a lot of change (some good, some inconvenient) is on the way

Apple’s new analytics for podcasts mean a lot of change (some good, some inconvenient) is on the way | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
“It may look obscure,”tweeted Gimlet’s Matt Lieber, “but this is the biggest thing to happen to the podcast business since Serial first went nuclear.” Lieber was talking about a major announcement that came out of the podcast session at WWDC, the Apple developer conference, which took place on Friday. It was a piece of business delivered with relatively little fanfare — par for the course, I think, with the nature of Apple’s historically chill relationship with podcasts —  and Lieber’s right. This is a very big deal, and a lot of change is on the way.
Here’s the headline: Apple is finally opening up in-episode analytics for podcasts. The data will be anonymized, consistent with Apple’s general stance on privacy, and the new analytics layer is scheduled to arrive with the iOS 11 update this fall. This means that podcast publishers will, at long last, receive data that tells them just how much of their episodes are actually being listening to — within the Apple Podcast app, at least, which is still largely understood to serve the majority of listening. (Estimates, however sampled, tend to range between 60 and 80 percent). Previously, podcast consumption was chiefly conceptualized based on downloads, a black box metric that’s criticized as lacking the level of granularity that are table stakes for advertisers buying on digital platforms in 2017. With this announcement, that measurement issue — long articulated as the defining problem of the medium — can finally be meaningfully interrogated, with many believing that the hurdle impeding advertisers from committing more dollars to the space can be thrown out the window.
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Podcasts, Analytics, and Centralization

Podcasts, Analytics, and Centralization | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
The answer to podcast monetization is not analytics: it it true centralization, and it seems unlikely that Apple has it in them.
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How NPR Continues to Develop Its Podcasting Ad Game With Data and Branded Content

How NPR Continues to Develop Its Podcasting Ad Game With Data and Branded Content | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
NPR is monetizing the space with ad sales and strategic branded content partnerships. But what’s more interesting is that the organization wants to change how podcast advertising is sold by getting better data in front of brand marketers.

It’s all about changing the mindset from download numbers to listening metrics.
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#MK17 : Divertir demain : quel business model adopter ? - Maddyness

#MK17 : Divertir demain : quel business model adopter ? - Maddyness | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Les nouvelles technologies ont déjà bouleversé nos manières de se divertir. Elles changent aussi les business models des divertissements de demain.
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Is Podcasting Ruining Radio? - Radio Ink

Is Podcasting Ruining Radio? - Radio Ink | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
The explosion of podcasting in recent years has many broadcasters wondering what benefits the on-demand segment of audio holds for them. Podcasts offer extremely niche programming, whereas broadcast radio reaches a wider audience, even within the parameters of a station’s format. For Duran, a lot of the fun of podcasting seemed to come from the lack of constraints that are inherent in delivering an over-the-air program that is designed to satisfy a larger number of listeners. “We can do a podcast on whatever we want,” he said, although he emphasized that the content should be an extension of the on-air show. He went on to share podcast content ideas, such as a behind-the-scenes look at how a radio program is put together or a deep-dive celebrity interview. “People like a deep, narrow perspective,” he stated.

Peterson noted that, “connecting a small portion of your audience to a podcast is a win,” although how a station could monetize that was not discussed on this panel, and it remains a big question for radio. So far, the more popular and successful podcasts have been those that already have a national platform — as with NPR programs or nationally recognized personalities as hosts — or those with content that has captured the attention of a relatively large listening audience, as with Serial.

Radio’s built-in marketing machine was spotlighted as a big advantage by Goldstein, who pointed out that broadcasters have “the megaphone of the radio station,” to promote their podcast programs.
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#Musique : 11 startups pour vivre la fête de la musique différemment - Maddyness

#Musique : 11 startups pour vivre la fête de la musique différemment - Maddyness | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Le web offre une palette gigantesque et chaque jour plus riche d’expériences nouvelles autour de la musique.
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L’innovation au service de l’entertainment - orange.com

L’innovation au service de l’entertainment - orange.com | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
L’innovation au service de l’entertainment
Comme toute l’économie, le secteur de l’Entertainment a été bouleversé par la révolution digitale. Formidable opportunité ou cataclysme ? Laurence Le Ny, Directrice du nouveau programme Start-up Ecosystème Contenus au sein de la direction des contenus chez Orange, et Benjamin Costantini, fondateur et CEO de Startup Sesame, nouveau programme d’accompagnement de start-up en Europe, ont confronté leurs points de vue. Entretien avec deux défricheurs de tendances.
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Can Spatial 3D Audio Reinvent Live Music?

Can Spatial 3D Audio Reinvent Live Music? | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Evolving tech and the rise of virtual reality are finally making 3D audio a reality. It might even change the way you experience concerts.

This concert sounds insane. It’s not just that the electronic, laser-like sounds coming from the modular synthesizer onstage recall an intergalactic battle from a sci-fi movie. It’s that they’re firing away all around me, bouncing from speaker to speaker inside the room. It sounds like I’m somehow in the music.

The performer is Suzanne Ciani, the electronic music pioneer and composer who was recently given the Moog Innovation Award at the Moogfest music and technology festival. This show is one of dozens of performances held during the four-day celebration, but it sounds different from the others. For many years, Ciani has performed using a quadrophonic sound system: a setup that uses four primary speakers placed in the corners of the venue, which allows the music to be split into four channels. The audio, not unlike that of a surround-sound home theater, can travel around you in a way that standard stereo systems can’t. One sound might come from behind you, while another chimes in from above or in front of you.

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This 'Twitter for voice' app is the most fun I've had on social media in years

This 'Twitter for voice' app is the most fun I've had on social media in years | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
HearMeOut is a social-media app that is the 'Twitter of voice'

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Spotify Introduces Group Playlists for Messenger — A Seamless New Way to Build Playlists with Friends

Spotify Introduces Group Playlists for Messenger — A Seamless New Way to Build Playlists with Friends | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Spotify is excited to introduce Group Playlists for Messenger, a new experience for creating playlists with friends on a messaging app they already know and love.With Group Playlists for Messenger, users can create new Spotify playlists with friends and immediately begin collaborating to build out their perfect mix. Ideal for parties, road trips, or simply…

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Dailymotion Aims to Challenge Facebook and YouTube

Dailymotion Aims to Challenge Facebook and YouTube | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Vivendi’s video-sharing website Dailymotion has deals with Time Warner's CNN, Vice Media, and Universal Music Group.

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How to monetize your podcast ? Podcastday

How to monetize your podcast ? Podcastday | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Podcast listeners are young 75% 18-44, affluent, really engaged, and 77% support podcast advertising

What do analytic platforms show? Globally the podcast market is 250m, 25% market growth. However, there is a podcast world outside the US. Podcast discovery was made easy on Apple due to podcasts being available on the home screen. In the rest of the world it isn’t so clear cut as Android is more prevalent. Podcast listening in 2016 saw massive growth – UK, France, Germany, Spain, Sweden. Advertisers are also coming to this new digital media. Brands are interested in podcasting due to the highly engaged audiences – 46% male and 52% female. They are young 75% 18-44, affluent, really engaged, and 77% support podcast advertising.

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Acast introduces programmatic ads to its podcast platform

Acast introduces programmatic ads to its podcast platform | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Acast says it's time for podcasts to embrace programmatic advertising. With its publishing and monetization tools, Acast has already moved beyond the..
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Apple Is About to Profoundly Change the Podcast Industry

Apple Is About to Profoundly Change the Podcast Industry | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
The new analytics are something many in the industry, particularly those looking to scale up their businesses and build out media empires, have been seeking for a while now, because such metrics will potentially enable producers to overcome the roadblock that is believed to be preventing more advertising money from flowing into the space: credible measurement accountability, and probably a more reliable general knowability of just how much listening is actually happening within a podcast episode.
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What you need to know about Apple's new podcast analytics - Digiday

What you need to know about Apple's new podcast analytics - Digiday | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

The world’s biggest platform for podcasts is going to shed new light on the state of advertising in the space. On Friday, Apple announced it would soon begin offering podcast creators some rudimentary audience analytics.

Here is what you need to know about Apple’s announcement.

The state of podcasting:
• Podcasting started as an Apple-dominated medium, and it remains one. Nearly 80 percent of all podcast consumption happened on Apple devices in 2015, according to research by Clammr, though Google Play and Amazon’s Echo devices, among others, are eating away at that market share.


• Apple remains a dominant hosting platform for podcasts, hosting about 70 percent of all available podcasts, according to Adopter Media. Because of this, the analytics features teased last week won’t affect everybody in the industry, but it will affect the lion’s share.

• Measurement has been a persistent problem for podcasting as a medium. Podtrac, which compiles monthly statistics on show streams and downloads for creators including “This American Life” and HowStuffWorks, is limited to data creators offer voluntarily. This means some prominent podcast publishers, including The Ringer, aren’t counted.

• Podcasting has steadily marched into the mainstream. By the end of this year, more than a third of all Americans will listen to podcasts on a monthly basis, up from 20 percent in 2016, according to forecasts from Bridge Ratings Media Research.

• Because podcasts are a niche product and because of measurement limitations, podcasting remains a small market, about $200 million in the U.S. It is projected to grow to nearly $500 million by 2020, according to Bridge Ratings.

• The lack of audience data has also profoundly influenced the kind of advertising that supports podcasting. Ninety percent of all podcast ads have a direct-response component, according to Adopter Media.


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• These analytics are likely being made available because more people are listening to podcasts immediately (77 percent), rather than downloading the files for later listening (27 percent), per Edison Research.

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