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Music analytics is helping the music industry see into the future

Music analytics is helping the music industry see into the future | The Music Industry Evolution | Scoop.it
The internet is taking power away from record labels but it’s also giving them the ability to predict future hits
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Artist are able to cut out the middleman (music companies), and launch the own career. With the right amount of talent and social media presence, you can become an internet sensation. This is the trend that the music industry has been progressing towards over the last 6 years.

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Wendy Day-360 Deals

Great Information Wendy Day on the Panel @ TJ's DJ's record Pool.
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The 360 deals have became more common in the industry because Record labels have changed to music companies. These deals are mostly constructed for the music company to gain majority of profit, and benefit from every area an artist can get revenue. Knowing that a lot of artist are eager and just want to be in the spotlight these music companies have had much success with these deals. 

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The Music Industry Today - ArtistshouseMusic

The Music Industry Today - ArtistshouseMusic | The Music Industry Evolution | Scoop.it
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The changing ways of the music industry have always been fascinating. From the outside looking in its seem easy to break into the industry, by the way it is publicized. Everything has changed from the way artist are being marketed, to the way music is being distributed.

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State of Music: Fans Have Spoken – Is the Recording Industry Listening?

State of Music: Fans Have Spoken – Is the Recording Industry Listening? | The Music Industry Evolution | Scoop.it
This post is part of a series in which LinkedIn Influencers analyze the state and future of their industry. Read all the posts here. Thirteen years ago I left eMusic, a pioneer in the paid music
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 Napster was a game changer. The RIAA did more harm than good. CD sales collapsed. At its peak circa 2000 the USA recorded music industry was roughly a $20 billion business; last year it generated about $4.8 billion, including physical sales, paid downloads and streaming music services.

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Walmart to cut CD stock by 40% in US - report

Walmart to cut CD stock by 40% in US - report | The Music Industry Evolution | Scoop.it
Sources tell Billboard reduction is on the way
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This is a prime example of how the music industry has shifted. Walmart being one of the biggest retailers of CD's in the US is cutting it's stock almost by half. That goes to show that the way people purchase, and listen to music has become more digitalized. It was a time when people went to buy the physical album because the way it was being created was still a mystery. Now anyone who can turn a computer on can pretty much burn a cd, record a song, or create album artwork.

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