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DJ Ferry Corsten and Deezer’s MD reveal why the ‘human touch’ is vital for online music distribution

DJ Ferry Corsten and Deezer’s MD reveal why the ‘human touch’ is vital for online music distribution | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

The evolution of the Internet has changed not just the way in which people listen to music, but also how musicians and artists should communicate with their most loyal fans.

Album sales continue to flatline, but music streaming services such as Spotify, Rdio and Deezer have shown that there’s still a huge market for offering a viable alternative to illegal downloads.

Fabrizio Gentile, managing director of Deezer in the Benelux region and Dutch music producer and DJ Ferry Corsten took part in a panel at The Next Web Conference in Amsterdam to talk about curation, global reach and the advantages of using social media.

 


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Three main opinions about how to beat piracy; through legislation and enforcement, through better legal services, or both.


I like the route of finding NEW ways to let people pay. It shows more creative thinking.


Even though album sales continue to flatline, music streaming services such asSpotify, Rdio and Deezer have shown that there’s still a huge market for offering a viable alternative to illegal downloads.

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Songza adds updated features to its iOS music streaming app, as it passes 6 million downloads

Songza adds updated features to its iOS music streaming app, as it passes 6 million downloads | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Songza, the New York-based music streaming service, has recently hit the 6 million download benchmark, and the startup is celebrating the occasion by launching enhanced UI and functionality updates to its iOS app.

In case you’re unfamiliar with it, Songza distinguishes itself within the music streaming space with its eye toward the human side of content curation. In lieu of algorithms, the app wil ask specific questions (for example, are you working right now? Do you want to relax?) in order to understand how the user’s daily routine intersects with his or her genre preferences. Subsequently, the app will offer playlists intended to fit the given situation, each one curated by a real-life industry expert.

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All you need to know about Online Radio : Great agenda for Rain Summit Europe, May 23, Brussels (video by Actuonda)

Online Radio Premiere European Conference : RAIN Summit Europe (23 May 2013 - Brussels). Agenda & Speakers.

For sponsorship opportunities, please contact with Nicolas Moulard (Actuonda) moulard@actuonda.com.

Full program & registration : http://summits.kurthanson.com/rainsummiteurope/

 

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Swedish Radio's social media handbook

Swedish Radio's social media handbook | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Swedish Radio has identified 12 editorial priorities. The first of them, which is about using social media and interactivity, reads:

"Develop Journalism 3.0 and the relationship with the audiences. Social media is here to help us strengthen our audience relationship."

There are two main reasons for us to participate in social media. The first reason is purely selfish: we want our content to be shared and spread as much as possible.

 

It focuses on four main areas:

 

Preparations - how we start a social media activity, how we set up goals and measure successResearch - how to use social media for basic research and more advanced crowdsourcing projectsSharing - how we make people want to share our content to the widest extent possibleDialogue - perhaps the most important as it is about the way we nurture an on-going conversation with our audience and visitors, which is the foundation on which all our social media activities rest.

 

Included in the handbook are "do's and don'ts" for both reporters and managers, in a format which is easily accessible in their day-to-day work. You can downloaded it for free here.


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Very useful 'Social Media Handbook for Journalists' from Swedish Radio

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Grooveshark Introduces Broadcast To Let Anyone Become Their Own Online DJ | TechCrunch

Grooveshark Introduces Broadcast To Let Anyone Become Their Own Online DJ | TechCrunch | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Grooveshark has created a way for its users to create there own live streaming playlists, enabling them to share their favorite music, complete with their own personal interruptions.
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Can streaming save music sales?

Can streaming save music sales? | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Streaming services have reversed the fortunes of the music industry in Sweden and now generate more income than downloads or CDs. But can the model be replicated worldwide?

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Pierre Priot's curator insight, April 23, 2013 5:39 AM

Streaming vs Download - a cultural thing?

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This article contains statistics from all over the world about music streaming.It also has information about how music streaming is helping the industry.

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Mobile Streamed Music Revenues to Rise More than 40% this Year to $1.7bn, Juniper Research Finds

Mobile Streamed Music Revenues to Rise More than 40% this Year to $1.7bn, Juniper Research Finds | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Global revenues from mobile streamed music services are expected to rise by more than 40% to $1.7bn, according to a new report from Juniper Research. For the first time, these revenues will thereby overtake those generated by full-track downloads to mobile devices.

Mobile Operator Music Bundles Boost Growth

iRadio set to challenge Pandora

Other Key Findings from the Report Include:

· Mobile music services are increasingly context driven and are increasingly evolving social aspects such as sharing, activity feeds and follow options.

· Revenues from legacy services such as ringtones and ringback tones will continue to decline sharply, with ringtones in Western Europe now worth just 2% of their peak value.


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Adam Allison's curator insight, May 13, 2013 10:23 PM

Its great to see music spreading and its becoming more of a social media as opposed to art. Its somewhat scary because it discourages quality as opposed to quantity. I can remember when there was buzz around a new album. Now they leak and are out and no one stands in line or orders prereleases. Just goes to show that the live show is where the inudstry's money is shifting to. 

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Spotify May Need To Be More ‘Asian’ To Dominate Region | TechCrunch

Spotify May Need To Be More ‘Asian’ To Dominate Region | TechCrunch | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Asia’s fragmented music fanbase and subscription habits may stand between Spotify and its total domination of the region, or at least so its competitors hope.

The music streaming service recently launched in the Asian countries of Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong. When we spoke to Spotify’s head of new markets in Asia-Pacific, Sriram Krishnan, he was evasive on how extensive the company’s Asian catalog was, saying that the company is working with labels here and does feature local music, but emphasized that “mainstream” (read: US-originated) music is big here, and that catalog Spotify has plenty of.

But several Asian-originated competitors say that their experiences here have been quite different. Taiwan-based KKBOX was launched in the region in 2005, and is available in its home country, as well as Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia and Japan, with plans for other Asian countries, said representative, Inman Lin.

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La tecnología SureStream permite al Vaticano el transporte AoIP con total fiabilidad | Panorama Audiovisual

La tecnología SureStream permite al Vaticano el transporte AoIP con total fiabilidad | Panorama Audiovisual | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
La tecnología SureStream de APT, basada en streaming redundante, permite el uso de la Internet pública para el transporte de audio con calidad de transmisión.

APT, filial especializada en codificación de audio del grupo WorldCast Sytems, ha vendido recientemente varios codecs de audio IP que incorporan la última tecnología SureStream a Radio Vaticano, el servicio de radiodifusión oficial de la Santa Sed.

 

Antes de la adquisición de estas unidades, Radio Vaticano había estado probando el uso de Internet pública para la entrega de audio, pero finalmente desistió debido a los problemas de calidad causados por la pérdida de paquetes. Además, significaba que tenían que mantener costosas líneas de alquiler para el transporte de audio.

Ahora, la tecnología SureStream de APT, permite el uso de la Internet pública para el transporte de audio con calidad de transmisión. Se basa en un enfoque de streaming redundante e implementa varias tecnologías avanzadas para combatir el problema de los paquetes perdidos o retrasados y asegurar la entrega fiable de todo el contenido de audio.

El equipo técnico de Radio Vaticano realizó una serie de pruebas para evaluar el rendimiento de SureStream en su red. En términos de hardware, utilizaron el codificador Silver Stream-In el y decodificador Silver Stream-Out que ofrecen la funcionalidad SureStream y la fiabilidad de la gama de códec APT en una plataforma fácilmente asequible, de nivel de entrada.

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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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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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Ipsos MediaCT teste la mesure passive et personnelle de l'audience radio en Italie - Offremedia

Ipsos MediaCT teste la mesure passive et personnelle de l'audience radio en Italie - Offremedia | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Expérimentée depuis trois ans au Royaume-Uni, avec les principales radios londoniennes, dans le cadre de l’étude cross-média «TouchPoints», la technologie MediaCell, mise au point par Ipsos MediaCT, va être testée en Italie.
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2025 - Time Machine Experience 4 avril 2013

Une émission de radio, une revue des modèles de 2013, un récit prospectif, un atelier de construction de 2025, un passage dans la time machine direction 2025... (Time Machine Expérience, back in future en vidéo !


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Spotify buys music discovery app Tunigo

Spotify buys music discovery app Tunigo | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Spotify has acquired the music app Tunigo, which helps users discover Spotify playlists and browse music and music-related news.
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Radio in car: the future is DAB together with the internet

Radio in car: the future is DAB together with the internet | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Free, expanded robust coverage and great station choice - the future of in-car radio will be a combination of digital broadcast working alongside the internet
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Road likely soon ending for in-car radio as an appliance, not as a medium | RAIN

Road likely soon ending for in-car radio as an appliance, not as a medium | RAIN | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

"The in-dash car radio, with its dials and knobs, isn't signing off yet. But it's past its prime in the eyes of some automakers, and most aren't prepared to spend much time or money tinkering with it. Instead, they're focusing on the next generation of in-car entertainment, such as Web browsing and music streaming. Startup automaker Detroit Electric plans to be the first without a radio when it rolls out its first car in August — audio will be delivered via smartphone."

A pretty interesting take from one of the nation's carmakers' hometown papers, The Detroit News. The article's subhead reads: "AM-FM not dead yet but music streaming, Internet new priority."

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Troy Carter Says The Next Technology Disruption In Music Will Happen In Terrestrial Radio | TechCrunch

Troy Carter Says The Next Technology Disruption In Music Will Happen In Terrestrial Radio | TechCrunch | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

During Disrupt, Lady Gaga’s manager and Atom Factory founder, Troy Carter, suggested that the area ripe for disruption in the music industry by technology is terrestrial radio

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In regards to the state of the music industry, Carter thinks that technology has always pushed things forward and is an essential part of selling albums and concert tickets: “I don’t think tech has screwed the music industry, the music industry has to adjust to change. When people in remote villages throughout the world can access music, it’s a good thing.” he said.

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Shazam Gets New CEO: Music-ID App Maker Has Big Plans

Shazam Gets New CEO: Music-ID App Maker Has Big Plans | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Shazam, mostly known for its music discovery app, has hired Rich Riley as its new CEO as it prepares to go public...

 

Shazam, which now has more than 300 million users in 200+ countries, became known to U.S. consumers in the early days of iOS as the go-to music discovery and identification app. However, the technology behind the function was in fact far older.

 

After the smartphone boom and its successful multiplatform app - alongside a slew of partnerships with international companies like Entertainment UK and the Indian streaming service Saavn - Shazam was able to branch out and secure further funding. In 2011, it launched its TV app, the backbone of which is its advertising arm generating revenue in the "double-digit millions" for the company.

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Where’s Amazon Going With Music, Movies and TV Shows? Ask Media Boss Bill Carr.

Where’s Amazon Going With Music, Movies and TV Shows? Ask Media Boss Bill Carr. | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
"We're committed to the idea of reinvention." A rare Q&A with one of most important guys in the media business.

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Amazon plans for media world domination.

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#Mico headphones play music suiting your current mood [video]

neurowear will demoing its newest invention "mico" at
SXSW Trade Show 2013. March 10-13.

"mico" frees the user from having to select "songs" and "artists" and allows users to encounter new music just by wearing the device.

Come by our crib at Booth #913 to experience "music serendipity"!

mico by neurowear
http://micobyneurowear.com/

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Behind the Scenes at ListenUp.fm with CEO Mykas Degesys and CMO Ben Fruin

Behind the Scenes at ListenUp.fm with CEO Mykas Degesys and CMO Ben Fruin | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

ListenUp.fm is a listener rewards system for streaming music fans. ListenUp targets fans that have identified themselves as highly engaged based on their listening, sharing, and spending habits. According to their website, ListenUp’s goal is to help artists sell more merchandise and concert tickets by converting more streaming listeners into fans that go to shows. Artists can also run promotions — including concert ticket give-aways, merchandise bundles, and exclusive experiences — to help them stay connected with their fans!


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AOL met un terme à l’activité de sa plateforme musicale

AOL met un terme à l’activité de sa plateforme musicale | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

AOL annonçait vendredi dernier lors d’une réunion interne l’arrêt immédiat de l’activité de sa division AOL Music. Dévoilée en direct par les employés sur Twitter, cette fermeture n’avait pas fait l’objet d’annonce officielle et n’a toujours pas été commentée par le groupe américain.

Face à la concurrence de Spotify ou Pandora aux États-Unis, AOL Music rejoint ainsi les rangs de MSN Music, fermé par Microsoft en 2006, ou encore des services de divertissements de Yahoo!, arrêtés en 2008. Yahoo! avait déjà, un an plus tôt, mis fin à l’activité de MusicMatch, son jukebox musical acquis en 2004 pour 160 millions de dollars.

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Audience, publicité, reprises: la radio filmée devient incontournable - LExpress.fr

Audience, publicité, reprises: la radio filmée devient incontournable - LExpress.fr | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
PARIS - Audience supplémentaire, revenus publicitaires additionnels, reprises à la télévision : la radio filmée est le nouvel axe de développement stratégique pour les stations, alors que la 4G va décupler les possibilités vidéo de l'internet mobile.

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La visibilité, c'est justement un des avantages mis en avant par les partisans de la vidéo. Les petites phrases ou les dérapages des invités des matinales, désormais systématiquement filmés, sont immédiatement repris sur les chaînes d'information en continu, dans les JT et sur internet, avec le logo de la station en toile de fond. Plus les images sont reprises, plus la radio est citée par les autres médias. 

Outre la notoriété, la radio filmée, en direct ou en différé, est une source de revenus additionnels, selon les responsables des différentes radios interrogés. 

Audience supplémentaire 

Les vidéos vues sur le net sont souvent précédées (pré-roll), suivies (post-roll) ou entrecoupées (mid-roll) d'une publicité fixe ou animée. Ces formats, visionnés par un public souvent jeune et actif, suscitent l'intérêt des annonceurs. D'autres publicités, basées sur la technique du watermarking, technologie qui permet de synchroniser le contenu diffusé dans une émission avec ceux de la tablettes, du smartphone ou du PC, sont en projet. 

Ces vidéos drainent aussi une audience supplémentaire qui consomme la radio différemment. "Aujourd'hui, le live vidéo devient une antenne complémentaire. L'internaute peut choisir de nous voir ou de nous écouter", explique à l'AFP Gilles Nay, directeur des activités numériques de Lagardère News, maison mère d'Europe 1, parmi les premières à se lancer dans la radio filmée en 2006. 

Depuis fin août 2012, la station de la rue François 1er diffuse près de huit heures de direct par jour en vidéo : 19 millions de vidéos ont été vues, dont près de 10 millions pour le "live".

 

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Médiamétrie adopte une nouvelle identité visuelle

Médiamétrie adopte une nouvelle identité visuelle | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Médiamétrie déploie, à partir du 25 avril, une nouvelle identité visuelle qui traduit sa capacité d’anticiper et accompagner ses clients dans un environnement numérique en mutation. Elle reflète notamment les évolutions conduites ces dernières années par l’entreprise.

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La ville de Chambly lance sa webradio aujourd’hui | Le Parisien

La ville de Chambly lance sa webradio aujourd’hui | Le Parisien | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Disponible à partir d’aujourd’hui sur le site de la ville, Chambly radio émettra depuis le studio aménagé au sous-sol de la nouvelle école de musique, où le directeur d’antenne, Rémy Jounin (ci-dessus), a pris place depuis mars.

 

C’est la première du genre dans l’Oise, et même au-delà. A midi, Chambly radio commencera à émettre depuis son petit studio fraîchement aménagé (pour 30 000 €) au sous-sol de la nouvelle école de musique.
Elle sera disponible 24 heures sur 24 sur le site de la ville et via une app pour smartphone et sera animée par des bénévoles.

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