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Le point sur les innovations pour la musique en ligne | SF Music Tech

Le point sur les innovations pour la musique en ligne | SF Music Tech | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
La conférence d’ouverture du San Francisco Music Tech Summit intitulée « Music Discovery », qui s’est déroulée le mardi 19 février 2013, a réuni les grandes pointures de la recommandation musicale en ligne : Rhapsody, Pandora et The Echo Nest. Bien que proposant des services différents, ces sociétés ont toutes le même objectif : récolter des données (data) sur les goûts des utilisateurs afin de leur proposer des morceaux et des artistes qu’ils sont susceptibles d’apprécier.La découverte musicale est donc l’un des enjeux majeurs dont les services de musique en ligne souhaitent se saisir dans les années à venir. Ainsi, selon Ethan Kaplan, vice-président du développement produits de Live Nation Labs, « l’un des investissements les plus conséquents d’Apple aujourd’hui est la  "Music Discovery " qui consiste à faciliter la découverte et la recommandation sur iTunes.». Dans cette perspective, Apple devrait lancer son service de webradio cette année....En somme les différentes modalités d’implication des auditeurs peuvent être approfondies. Les plateformes doivent également perfectionner les interactions entre l’artiste, le public et les internautes afin de construire un écosystème cohérent dans lequel chacun peut apprécier son expérience musicale En définitive, le secteur musical semble avoir trouvé dans les innovations technologiques un moyen de développer de nouveaux services et de les monétiser. L’année 2013 pourrait donc se placer sous le signe de la découverte musicale et de la réappropriation par le musicien de son propre contenu. À suivre.
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Twitter Launches Twitter #music App and Service

Twitter Launches Twitter #music App and Service | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
witter's new standalone music service finally arrives today on your desktop, but even more importantly, on your go-everywhere iPhone.

The social media company unveiled the new service on Good Morning America and in a blog post. Called "Twitter #music" — yes, the hashtag is intentional —the app "uses Twitter activity, including Tweets and engagement, to detect and surface the most popular tracks and emerging artists," Twitter wrote in the post.

The free app and service will also be a home for music-related information, so you can find and follow musicians and learn more about which musicians they follow, which will then, of course, lead to more music discovery.

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ListenUp.fm: Turning Streaming Platforms Into A Music Marketing Tool - hypebot

ListenUp.fm: Turning Streaming Platforms Into A Music Marketing Tool - hypebot | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
With more people streaming music online, many companies have developed products, services, and apps to enhance the listening experience.

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Operators key for subscription music, says Deezer CEO

Operators key for subscription music, says Deezer CEO | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
VIDEO INTERVIEW: Axel Dauchez, chief executive of online music subscription service Deezer (pictured), said a “critical mass” around mobile music can only be achieved through partnerships with operators.

“To move from download piracy to subscription is a change of behaviour, and to apply that to a country you need critical mass,” he told Mobile World Livein a recent video interview.

Deezer has struck a number of partnerships with big-name operators, including Orange, Deutsche Telekom and Telenor. A Deezer subscription is bundled in with offers from operators in 26 countries, Dauchez added.

The Deezer service offers unlimited access to around 20 million cloud-based tracks, from which users can download their favourites.

For the service to be profitable, however, Dauchez said “reasonable acquisition costs” and “sustainable margins” are vital.

View the full video interview with Dauchez here.

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The Facebook Phone: In-App Chat, Easier Music Sharing | Evolver.fm

The Facebook Phone: In-App Chat, Easier Music Sharing | Evolver.fm | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Mark Zuckerberg announced in a livestreamed event today that the HTC First ($100, AT&T) will be the first in a series of Facebook Home phones starting April 12, from partners including AT&T, Alcatel, EE, HTC, HTC, Huawei, Orange, Samsung, OneTouch, Lenovo, Qualcomm, Sony, and ZTE. In other words, it will be a lot of phones, rather than just one. Not only that, but owners of the above Androids can install Facebook Home without buying a new phone....

 

From a music perspective, the big deal here looks to be the removal of friction between listening to something and sharing it with someone, because Facebook will be the main place where you “hang out” on that phone. You’ll be able to see what everyone else is listening to right there, as well as, we assume (as we must before we get a look at this thing) sharing songs in the chats that pop up within apps. At the very least, though, you’ll be able to notice that someone is listening to something, and go check out the song yourself, more seamlessly than on other phone platforms.

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The future of music, according to Spotify's Daniel Ek

The future of music, according to Spotify's Daniel Ek | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Your home's tunes controlled by a wave of the hand or a voice command? It could happen, and the big-thinking Swede believes his music service could be the soundtrack to that very plugged-in vision. Read this article by Paul Sloan on CNET News.


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Music Ally Apps Report Q1 2013: 45 notable new music apps

Music Ally Apps Report Q1 2013: 45 notable new music apps | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

At Music Ally, we keep a close eye on new music apps released for iOS, Android and other mobile platforms throughout the year, from artist apps to discovery startups and beyond.

 

Here’s our roundup of some of the more inventive examples of apps that came out for the first time in Q1 2013, with our views on why they’re worth being aware of.


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Data is the future of music: Q&A with Alex Vlassopulos, Omnifone

Data is the future of music: Q&A with Alex Vlassopulos, Omnifone | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
As digital music consumption grows, cloud-based subscription services will eventually be the main distribution method
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Can APIs Solve Music’s 'Crisis of Innovation'?

Can APIs Solve Music’s 'Crisis of Innovation'? | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

here’s an old saw among established technology companies that says innovation happens elsewhere, that big ideas can come from small, unexpected places.

 

The best way to tap into that potential, according to this view, is to throw open the gates and let all developers build products on top of your existing, proprietary technology. Make it easy for developers, and good things are bound to happen.

 

That, at least, has been the ethos behind the steady stream of music-related application software interfaces, or APIs. Last month, two companies, Gracenote and MediaNet, quietly added their APIs into the mix.


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Midemlab: Discovery, Recommendation & Creation startup pitches - Midem 2013

The Party Player (France) - Guillaume Kaba, Technical Director
T'écoutes Quoi ? (France) - Maxime Guedj, Co-Founder & CEO
Musigram (USA) - Armine Saidi, VP, Business Development
Songful by instruMagic (Israel) - Eyal Eldar, Co-Founder & CEO
MyTourManager (France) - Laure Decailly, CEO
Featurings (Switzerland) - Florian Ducommun, CEO
MyMusic (Canada) - Rob Lane, Co-Founder & CEO
YaSound (France) - Sébastien Métrot, CTO
Soundrop (Norway) - Inge Andre Sandvik, CEO
Tomahawk (USA) - Syd Lawrence, Developer

Jury Members:
Paul Brindley, CEO, Music Ally (UK)
Axel Dauchez, CEO, Deezer (France)
Vivien Lewit, Director, Content Partnerships, Music & Live, YouTube (USA)
Thorben Rothe, Financial Analyst, DuMont Venture (Germany)
Larry Marcus, Managing Director, Walden Venture Capital (USA)
Nicole Yershon, Director, Innovative Solutions, Ogilvy Group (UK)

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Twitter's Music App Will Let You Watch, Too, With Help From Vevo

If you want a very good idea of what Twitter’s music app will look like, you should check out Casey Newton’s detailed report at CNET. Back? OK.


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5 Aspects Of The Old Music Industry Being Disrupted And Replaced By Social Media - hypebot

5 Aspects Of The Old Music Industry Being Disrupted And Replaced By Social Media - hypebot | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

In a widely noted Billboard interview, Amanda Palmer stated that "Twitter has replaced Google and [music] management." Nobody cared about the Google part but her claim of replacing music management certainly raised a few eyebrows. Of course, like many such claims, it wasn't totally true but it did provide an interesting example of the disruptive power of social media to replace expensive professional roles with cheap, good enough solutions.

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You never notice how much social media affects this industry until you read an article like this. I never took into account the amount of jobs that are essentially becoming obsolete because it can just be replaced by social media.

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Free Music App Brings Top YouTube Songs to Your iPhone

Free Music App Brings Top YouTube Songs to Your iPhone | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
No pennies needed for iOS music app MusicTube, which lets you listen to and watch music videos from YouTube's huge swath of content for free.

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This is why Apple wants to launch iRadio

This is why Apple wants to launch iRadio | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
People still buy a lot of music downloads, and most of them use iTunes to do so. That’s why Apple is now building its own streaming service.
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Better music through data. Gracenote now works with TV partners real-time ad-swapping and intelligent content recommendations | Gigaom

Better music through data. Gracenote now works with TV partners real-time ad-swapping and intelligent content recommendations | Gigaom | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

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All that data also makes Gracenote a natural fit for recommending new music, although right now the company prefers to let partners handle the algorithms because recommendations tend to be highly product-specific.

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Because Gracenote is present in so many cars — about 35 million — the company has put a lot thought into how to optimally deliver services there, too. Until drivers can bring their interest graphs and music libraries with them to their cars, he explained, any sort of in-car recommendation engine has to be pretty simple and non-distracting — perhaps like thumbs-up or thumbs-down button on the display that will eventually be able to recognize someone’s tastes.

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Depending on any variety of factors — time of day, location, driving conditions or behavior — the stereo system could pick music that either picks up a driver’s pulse or maybe relaxes him.

For Gracenote’s next chapter, the company is banking tablets to deliver a kick like the iPod did last decade. Gracenote is already working with television partners on real-time ad-swapping and intelligent content recommendations, and now it wants to dive deep into the second-screen world. Its new product called Entourage uses a tablet’s internal sensors to hear the television show or music playing in a room and then surface related content, perhaps from the web — like what Entourage user Zeebox provides — or perhaps produced, interactive material like the SyFy channel delivers via its Sync app.

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Spotify, Deezer Inactive Accounts (70%) Are Just Part of Doing Business

Spotify, Deezer Inactive Accounts (70%) Are Just Part of Doing Business | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Inactive accounts represented 70% of Spotify's registered accounts at the end of 2011 and 73% of Deezer's registered accounts this year. [Update: Deezer CEO Axel Dauchez tweeted on March 29 that Deezer’s inactive users account for 62% of registered users.] The important point here, writes Mulligan, is that "streaming services as a whole have a problem with churn." The term churn means loss of customers. Churn is expensive to companies because it is always more expensive to gain a new customer than to keep an existing customer.
 
But worrying about an unconverted, inactive group of registered users breaks with the logic of the Internet. Inactive users are just a part of doing business online. Getting people to register is just the first step. Not everyone will become a frequent visitor or paying customer. As Mulligan later noted in an update to the blog post -- after an exchange on Twitter with Spotify CEO Daniel Ek -- "this is a problem that affects all businesses that have a free tier that requires registration."
 
Inactive accounts are a part of doing business for many online services. For instance, a 2012 study found 70% of Facebook pages are inactive. Last year Semiocast found that 73% of Twitter accounts are inactive.

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Twitter’s New Music App Launches Friday

Twitter’s New Music App Launches Friday | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Next up on the jukebox — Twitter Music.

The microblogging service plans to launch its new, standalone music application on Friday, according to sources familiar with the matter.

 

The app suggests artists and tracks to users based on a number of personalized signals, including the Twitter accounts a user follows on the microblogging service. Users will be able to listen to clips of music from inside the app, using third-party services like iTunes, Soundcloud; they will also be able to watch music videos provided by Vevo, the music video service owned by Universal Music and Sony.

 

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Microsoft's XBox Music Service Goes Ad-Supported With TargetSpot

Microsoft's XBox Music Service Goes Ad-Supported With TargetSpot | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Streaming audio service XBox Music—which is not, actually, just for XBox—will now have in-stream advertisements. TargetSpot, which provides targeted ads for both CBS Radio and ABC News Radio, will supply the spots.
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Digital Music News - 40 Years of Music Industry Change, In 40 Seconds or Less...

Digital Music News - 40 Years of Music Industry Change, In 40 Seconds or Less... | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

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Digital Music News - Streaming Music Doesn't Work. So Rdio Is Launching Vdio...

Digital Music News - Streaming Music Doesn't Work. So Rdio Is Launching Vdio... | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Spotify imagines a world with a billion users, healthily-paid musicians, and a scaled-out business model that makes sense.  But right now, that isn't the reality, and it may never be the reality with music alone.  Which is also why Spotify is plotting an expansion into video, and a move into Netflix territory.

Except now there's a twist, because struggling Spotify competitor Rdio has just beaten Spotify to the punch.   

 

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What FM Rock Must Do To Survive The Streaming Revolution - Forbes

What FM Rock Must Do To Survive The Streaming Revolution - Forbes | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
When the radio station at 101.9FM in New York went from rock/alternative to sports talk last fall, it was yet another blow to the New York rock radio market.
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Midemlab -- Marketing & Social Engagement startup pitches - Midem 2013

Finalists:
Audience.fm (France) - Jules Terrien, Co-Founder & CEO
mBaSo (UK) - Juliana Meyer, Founder & Director
Beatrobo (Japan) - Hiroshi Asaeda, CEO
Sponsr (USA) - Paul Geller, Co-Founder & CEO
Kollector (Belgium) - Jacques Krischer, CEO
FanDistro (USA) - Michael Penfield, Founder & CEO
Emues (Sweden) - Markus Wiklander, CEO
Jamplify (USA) - Andy Pickens, CEO
Spins.FM (USA) - David Baker, President
Vyclone (USA) -- David King Lassman, Co-Founder & CEO

Jury Members:
Martin Duval, CEO, bluenove (France)
Nenad Marovac, Managing Partner, DN Capital (UK)
Robert Scoble, Startup Liaison Officer, Rackspace Hosting (USA)
Olivia Solon, Associate Editor, Wired (UK)
Peter Vesterbacka, CMO, Rovio (Finland)
Olivier Vigneaux, General Manager, BETC Digital (France)

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Universal Music Group joins Samsung to launch a pan-African mobile music streaming service :: Media Update

Universal Music Group joins Samsung to launch a pan-African mobile music streaming service :: Media Update | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Universal Music Group, in partnership with Samsung, as well as African and international music labels and publishers, has launched a pan-African mobile music streaming service called the Kleek.

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Can anyone turn streaming music into a real business?

Can anyone turn streaming music into a real business? | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Six years later, everything in the music and technology industries is pushing toward digital streaming. Last year, music-related startups received $619.3 million in new investment. Spotify has more than five million paying subscribers, proving that customers will pay rather than pirate every month for a rich library of music if it's inexpensive and available everywhere. (Later this year, Spotify will offer free, ad-supported music on mobile devices in all of its markets.) Soundcloud, the leader in user-created embedded audio, just simplified its paid, pro, and premium partnership tiers for heavy users, music labels, and brands. Google wants to start a music subscription service in the second half of this year, trading on its strong positions with both Android and YouTube. Hardware upstart Beats Electronics is building its own streaming service, Daisy, using just-acquired Mog as its backbone. Even Apple is finally embracing streaming in principle, negotiating royalty rates with music rights owners to add a new, complimentary service to its iTunes Store.

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Musique online: le site Beezik ferme volontairement ses portes - FrenchWeb.fr

Musique online: le site Beezik ferme volontairement ses portes - FrenchWeb.fr | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Le site de téléchargement de musique gratuite Beezik, lancé en juin 2009, ferme ses portes. Ce dernier, difficilement exportable à l’international pour des raisons liées aux exigences des maisons de disques françaises, ne correspond plus à la stratégie du groupe eBuzzing, présent à ce jour dans plus de 6 pays.

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