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The topic that I chose was the issue of Streaming Music. I do feel this topic has a large amount of people arguing weather or not streaming any type of media is pivotal for the future. The main issue on how are artists and labels in general are going to still be making money in the years to come. Many are accepting this new form and others are against it.
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Nine Inch Nail's Trent Reznor is Creating a New Music-Streaming Service with Dr. Dre

Nine Inch Nail's Trent Reznor is Creating a New Music-Streaming Service with Dr. Dre | The Future: Streaming Music_OAA | Scoop.it
Trent Reznor has experienced a great deal of success in the music and film industries; now, the Nine Inch Nails frontman is setting his sights on the world o...

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Many artists such as Trent Reznor are embracing this change. In the long run everything will be going digital and starting the bandwagon for a musical streaming service can be a very profound and pivotal step in how artists step into the new digital access world. 

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YouTube removing the ladder under the music industry | The Wall Blog

YouTube removing the ladder under the music industry | The Wall Blog | The Future: Streaming Music_OAA | Scoop.it
The Wall Street Journal are running their Tech Cafe the for second year, in Shoreditch in the heart of London's tech scene. This morning the music industry was

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"Streaming is the Future of the Music Industry"- Nick Mason of Pink Floyd

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desi d's curator insight, December 11, 2013 4:53 PM

This article is mainly talking about how social medias such as Youtube and Spotify are the reasons people are becoming famous these days. It talks about how the music industry as a whole aren't getting artist famous but how social medias are.

The pros are: its easier to get your music heard just by uploading a video to a social medias. A great example of this is how Soulja Boy got famous from youtube just by a video of his dancing and rapping. The con of having social medias is you never really know who is viewing your music or videos. When you upload a video you could have views, but you never know who those viewers are or if they're in the music industry already.

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Is Streaming the Next Big Thing? - The Labels' Perspective

Is Streaming the Next Big Thing? - The Labels' Perspective | The Future: Streaming Music_OAA | Scoop.it
The Beggars Group chairman, Martin Mills, recently told the Guardian that "(…) 22% of the label group's digital revenues came from streaming – and that the majority of its artists earn more now fro...
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Although the labels point out that they make more with physical cds and downloads streaming is truly going to be the number 1 source of getting new music in the future. Although many disagree with the technological changes. People are not going to go back to the stone age. 

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Streaming music?

Do you stream music on the internet? Is this the way of the future when it comes to giving the public what they want and getting artists paid? Some articles ...
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I found this video and I do feel he makes some good clear points as user and music lover.

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Luis Manuel's curator insight, November 8, 2015 2:09 PM

I greatly enjoy using music streaming services. I use Spotify everyday as soon as I get in my car to drive and also while I'm at home. I agree with Anthony that music streaming can potentially garner more money to the artists than physical sales.

Marcus DjLive Smith's curator insight, November 8, 2015 9:29 PM

Video brings up a good point about artists not big compensated accordingly for their music being streamed.

thelovelessbarber's curator insight, December 2, 2015 9:43 PM
Hope they can get the artist pay right. 
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Atoms for Peace quit Spotify: ‘It’s bad for new music’

Atoms for Peace quit Spotify: ‘It’s bad for new music’ | The Future: Streaming Music_OAA | Scoop.it
After a good few months for Spotify in terms of winning over streaming-music holdouts – Pink Floyd and The Eagles most notably – the com

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I thought this article was interesting.  I do somewhat agree that the fact artists do not get paid enough through Spotify with the amount of streams being played from a musician stand point. But streaming is the way of the future, and once other companies start utilizing and creating better streaming services then the artists can be getting paid justly for their work. 

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Martin Stobby's comment, July 15, 2013 8:32 PM
Streaming is good for established music, but not for new releases.
Josh Jenkins's curator insight, September 9, 2013 1:06 PM

Artists such as Atomas for peace, Pink Floyd, and the Eagles have taken their albums off of Spotify. claiming that its bad for new artists.

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Deezer brings music-streaming to millions in Latin America

Deezer brings music-streaming to millions in Latin America | The Future: Streaming Music_OAA | Scoop.it
Deezer first went live in 35 Latin American territories back in June, and hot on the heels of its major investment round and global expansion news announced last month, the music-streaming ...

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This is one perfect example of how streaming can be a positive thing when reaching out to the masses. 

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Will streaming and cloud-based music services warm up to high-res audio, or kill it for good?

Will streaming and cloud-based music services warm up to high-res audio, or kill it for good? | The Future: Streaming Music_OAA | Scoop.it
Just as the iPod convinced users to accept lower quality for the sake of convenience, streaming music services may do the same. Or will they?
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Companies need to find new ways in order to get on board this bandwagon before it is too late. 

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