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Atoms For Peace, Thom Yorke remove albums from music-streaming services

Atoms For Peace, Thom Yorke remove albums from music-streaming services | Streaming Music | Scoop.it
Radiohead's Thom Yorke and producer Nigel Godrich have removed their albums from music-streaming services such as Spotify and Rdio, saying that "it's bad for new music".
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Xbox gets a much needed revamp to its Xbox Music streaming audio service.

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Can streaming save music sales?

Can streaming save music sales? | Streaming Music | 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? (RT @i4harold: Can streaming save music sales?

Via Steve Cord
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Streaming music accounts for 91 percent of sales in Sweden.

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Patrick Lantz's curator insight, September 9, 2013 12:06 PM

This article discusses how streaming music may improve sales (mainly in other counties namely Sweeden).

J.d. Kidmobile Davis's curator insight, October 12, 2014 7:22 PM

I think streaming can save music sale but only if streaming sights start charging certain amounts for there services. if they don't charge then no because then the whole music industry will go down the tubes because there will definitely be no point of buying anymore music

Candice Lennon's curator insight, November 4, 2015 12:43 PM


After reading this article on BBC website, I thought it was a very interesting topic. Streaming services helps a lot of artist and music icons to sell their music. This website gives stats on the percentage of different states digital revenues "Streaming versus downloads." I think some people would find this article very useful in different music industry debates that relate to music streaming topics.

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Artists yank music from Spotify, attacks streaming service

Artists yank music from Spotify, attacks streaming service | Streaming Music | Scoop.it
Music producer Nigel Godrich and Radiohead's Thom Yorke launched a
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Popular musicians from Radiohead decide to pull their latest album from streaming music service spotify

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ASCAP Lobbies for Higher Royalties From Pandora, Spotify - Variety

ASCAP Lobbies for Higher Royalties From Pandora, Spotify - Variety | Streaming Music | Scoop.it
ASCAP Lobbies for Higher Royalties From Pandora, Spotify
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Fast-multiplying streaming services are beautiful music to fans' ears — but can produce earaches for some in the larger music industry.

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Pandora lobbys congress to cut down the rate they have to pay the record industry.

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Brandon Jones's curator insight, April 16, 2013 7:37 PM

This directly relates to the problem streaming services are having. The artist and record labels believe that they should be paid more for these streaming services using the music they produce. The streaming companies however, believe that the prices they pay now are too steep for profitability. This has a huge impact on the recording industry either way.

Steve Cord's curator insight, April 16, 2013 9:56 PM

This is another example of how the record labels are ripping of music streaming websites. The labels already take the largest possible portion of the streaming sites revenue as it is, yet they still want more. The record companies are limiting these website's creativity because they make it impossible to profit.

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Biting the hand that feeds you: why are record labels fighting Pandora?

Biting the hand that feeds you: why are record labels fighting Pandora? | Streaming Music | Scoop.it
A few years ago, leaders from the major record companies planted the seeds from which they hoped would spring the next generation of music distributors.


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Pandora is paying the governmental rate for web streaming radios, as opposed to getting lisences from the record labels.

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Steve Cord's curator insight, April 16, 2013 10:06 PM

This article speaks about the power of Pandora in the market today. It was stated that 25% of all revenue given to record labels comes from Pandora. This is going to be hard to beat but I think Apple will have the upper hand when they're internet radio comes out this summer.

J.d. Kidmobile Davis's curator insight, October 12, 2014 7:33 PM

I can see why record labels would be mad. Several record companies are loosing a lot of money because streaming sights take there money. This is because people don't find much need to  by and album when they can just listen to the song constantly on a stream for free or for small amounts of money 

Nicholas Schwarzhoff's curator insight, October 6, 2015 3:18 PM

I'm adding this to my scoop because I think that the record labels need to work out a deal with the streaming sites. I think they can be a huge benefit to the record labels if they work it right.