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Future of Music Business Is About Access, Relevance and Context

Explore the largest community of artists, bands, podcasters and creators of music & audio

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Robin Good's curator insight, March 13, 2014 3:28 AM



Valuable audio interview of Peter Petro with Gerd Leonhard who explains what are the key traits that will characterise successful music projects in the near future.


Distribution is closing, Access is opening. Curation will play a relevant role as the new key traits to cultivate are about context, relevance and adding unique value.


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Insightful. 8/10



Listen from 3':30" to 6':15".


Original audio interview:  https://soundcloud.com/the-near-future/gerd_leonhard_interview 





Mangu TV's curator insight, March 14, 2014 8:57 AM

far out thinking, highly recommended

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Shuffler.fm’s Pause Magazine iPad app is like a Flipboard for music

Shuffler.fm’s Pause Magazine iPad app is like a Flipboard for music | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Shuffler.fm is one of our favourite ways to find new music, up there with Hype Machine in its ability to dig out gems in all manner of genres from the music blogosphere.

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How iTunes Radio Stacks Up Against Pandora, Spotify, XboxMusic, GooglePlay, Slacker, iHeartRadio

How iTunes Radio Stacks Up Against Pandora, Spotify, XboxMusic, GooglePlay, Slacker, iHeartRadio | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
A look at how Apple's new music streaming service iRadio stacks up against competitors such as Spotofy, Google Play Music All Access and Pandora.
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Passer des data aux dollars: le défi de l’industrie musicale pour la standardisation des métadonnées

Passer des data aux dollars: le défi de l’industrie musicale pour la standardisation des métadonnées | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Aujourd’hui, en partenariat avec notre ami Robby Towns, de Nesta Music, auteur de ce livre blanc sur les metadonnées, et soutenu par DigitalMusic.org,  je vous propose une visite pointue dans l’univers de la metadata.

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Who needs radio? I'll take the Web

Who needs radio? I'll take the Web | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Listening to the radio was something I did -- when I was a teenager.

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It's not just me. Every morning, my wretched millennial friends awake to freshly brewed tunes from our favorite blogs. New music from my friends fills up my Spotify inbox at a seemingly never-ending pace (and vice versa). I would be scared to hear how loud the laugh would be if anyone asked if we'd discovered a half-decent new song on the radio in the past five years. I don't know even know what channel to find that on!

Since the iPhone has replaced my Walkman, my friends have replaced the DJs, and the ability to listen to whatever I want at any given moment kicked out radio stations' playlists, I would say it's time to turn off the radio for good. But I already did that five years ago.


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11 Tips and Tricks for Spotify Power Users

11 Tips and Tricks for Spotify Power Users | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Spotify is one of the leading music streaming services available, with more than 24 million active users and countless songs, albums, playlists and radio stations.

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Prediction: Apple, Google Finally Launching Subscription Services Will Be A Game-Changer - hypebot

Prediction: Apple, Google Finally Launching Subscription Services Will Be A Game-Changer - hypebot | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

 "As soon as streaming becomes the leading way people consume music, it will highlight the issues surrounding revenue and business models for everyone involved and really pave the way to a new era — for both good and bad."

"Once smart, creative and connected people measure
their performance by something else than number of
sales, they’ll start working on replacing the main old
model by a diverse number of new models." By David Dufresne (@DavidDufresne), CEO of Bandzoogle, a website builder and marketing platform for independent music artists.

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Online radio crosses mobile threshold + Extra Slacker video about most complete music service on Earth

New Triton Digital listening data confirms it’s a mobile world for online radio.  More than half of internet radio listening (56%) occurred on mobile devices in March, up from 46% one year earlier.   Triton also says Pandora’s mobile listening cap is paying off for rival webcasters.

Mobile consumption was the fastest growing online audio segment in March.  But pureplays are growing mobile audiences faster than broadcasters.  Mobile listening to pureplays during the Monday-Sunday, 6am-midnight daypart leapt 23% from February to March while broadcast streams had a 5% increase.  In January, Triton showed broadcast radio streams with an 80/20 split in favor of listening on desktops, while pureplay publishers tracked in the opposite direction with a 70/30 split in favor of mobile listening.

Looking to target the holes in its chief rival’s service, pureplay webcaster Slacker launched a $5.5 million marketing campaign in mid-February.  Based on internet radio ratings for March released yesterday by Triton Digital, the investment is beginning to pay off.  Average Active Sessions during the Monday-Friday, 6am-8pm daypart rocketed up 22% for Slacker, as the webcasters blew past both CBS Radio and Cumulus to rank third among Triton’s domestic top 20.  The increase follows a 3% boost by Slacker in February.  The campaign includes a 30-second online video ad that attempts to reposition Pandora as a repetitive music machine with limited selection and Slacker as more human with playlists created by music experts and a larger music library.

 

Read complete post from Inside Radio here : http://www.insideradio.com/Article.asp?id=2650504&spid=32061#.UYyJpErsyf4

 

View Triton’s full March online radio ratings here : http://www.tritondigital.com/Media/Default/rankers/march-ranker-2013.pdf


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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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Scott Crawford Jr.'s curator insight, May 13, 2013 11:54 AM

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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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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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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Warner Music Group Announces New Shazam Powered Label, Marketing Alliance

Warner Music Group Announces New Shazam Powered Label, Marketing Alliance | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Warner Music Group and Shazam have formed a strategic alliance to discover new acts and sign them to a Shazam branded label.


The Shazam label imprint will identify unsigned artists by combining traditional A&R with with the music ID app's massive fan activity data. A component of the new marketing alliance allows artists to directly engage with fans who Shazam them. WMG labels will receive enhanced data on fan behavior and can launch specially tailored promotional campaigns. In turn, WMG will provide Shazam with exclusive content and other benefits.


By partnering with Shazam, we have forged a potent proposition: the first crowd-sourced, big data record label,” said Rob Wiesenthal, COO/Corporate, Warner Music Group. "While data and crowd sourced analyses will never be a substitute for the expertise and instincts of our A&R professionals, we do believe the information we obtain for this new label will provide very useful signals that will bolster our ability to find the stars of tomorrow."


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Pratiques musicales connectées : notre étude exclusive

Pratiques musicales connectées : notre étude exclusive | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Pour sa 18e vague, l’Observatoire Orange-Terrafemina scrute les métamorphoses de nos playlists sous l'influence des outils digitaux et des réseaux sociaux.

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Is Apple Screwing the Music Industry?

Is Apple Screwing the Music Industry? | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | 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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Rara.com launches in-car streaming service with BMW for Europe

Rara.com launches in-car streaming service with BMW for Europe | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

London-based music streaming service rara.com has inked an international partnership with BMW to integrate its platform directly into the manufacturer’s cars across Europe.

Launching this week across the UK, Germany, France, Italy and The Netherlands for BMW’s new 5 Series, the rara service - powered by Omnifone - will be delivered by the car’s ConnectedDrive Online Entertainment system.

The system will provide 12 months of unlimited music streaming via Rara.com with Vodafone providing the mobile network.

An international deal with Vodafone will mean that drivers can stream music from anywhere in the UK, Germany, France, Italy and The Netherlands without incurring any roaming costs - paying with a one-off annual fee instead.

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New Google Play Music All Access subscription service at $9.99/mo with 30 day trial available in US today

New Google Play Music All Access subscription service at $9.99/mo with 30 day trial available in US today | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

Today at the Google I/O conference in San Francisco, Google announced a new music streaming service called Google Play Music All Access. The service will compete with other entries to the market like Spotify, Rdio and Pandora.

Google Play Music All Access will run $9.99 in the US, with a 30-day free trial and it launches today. If you start your subscription by June 30 the price drops to $7.99 monthly.

“Music unites us, it’s universal,” says Google’s Chris Yerga. “We set out to build a music service that didn’t just give you access to a world of music, but helped to guide you through it.”

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What will Google's music subscription service look like?

What will Google's music subscription service look like? | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it
Helienne Lindvall: A YouTube subscription service without ads may be tied in with its Spotify-like audio-service

Google is said to be pushing for an ad-free YouTube subscription service to be tied in with its planned Spotify-like audio service. According to an executive familiar with the issue, the tech giant already has deals in place with a multitude of record labels, including the majors, for the audio subscription service. However, there is said to be disagreements regarding how Google should remunerate the labels for the bundled YouTube part of the subscription.


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How People Are Consuming Music

How People Are Consuming Music | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

The kind folks at The Music Bed have provided TMV with the exclusive on this Infographic outlining how people currently consumer music across all key demographics.


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SoundTracking adds Instagram support as it marks 2M monthly mobile users sharing 1.75M actions daily

SoundTracking adds Instagram support as it marks 2M monthly mobile users sharing 1.75M actions daily | Radio 2.0 (En & Fr) | Scoop.it

SoundTracking, a mobile app for iOS and Android devices designed to be “the soundtrack to your life”, is releasing a new update today that now supports Instagram photos. Users can now share photos that they’ve taken in Instagram right into their SoundTracking timeline to complement the music they’re listening to.

The addition of this new service comes as SoundTracking announced some new user statistics. The company says it has 2 million monthly mobile users who are helping to create more than 1.75 million daily social actions within the app.

The rise to two million is largely attributed to SoundTracking’s redesign at the beginning of this year and the addition of its Smart Play feature, which brings in content from YouTube, Spotify, and Rdio. The social actions shared include the number of views, plays, likes, loves, comments, shares, follows, and more.

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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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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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#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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