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Pandora effect: Digital music sales tumble - New York Post

Pandora effect: Digital music sales tumble - New York Post | Will music streaming services save the recording industry | Scoop.it
Pandora effect: Digital music sales tumble New York Post In 2012, royalties paid by streaming services to rights-holders, which are in line with the amount of music streamed, grew 58 percent, to $462 million, according to the Recording Industry...
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This article talks about how sales of digital singles and ablums are declining and that the royalties paid by the music streaming companies have grown. The royalties grew by 58% and the sales for digital singles and album have declined by about 3% so far this year. In Europe, online music streaming has account for about 31% of all  the digital music revenue.

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Music streaming revenue structures stacked against artists - Brisbane Times

Music streaming revenue structures stacked against artists - Brisbane Times | Will music streaming services save the recording industry | Scoop.it
Brisbane Times Music streaming revenue structures stacked against artists Brisbane Times There are a number of arguments about the fairness of streaming services – for the services themselves, and for major labels, streaming is often hailed as the...
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This article is about artists saying that the are not getting enough money from royalties they should be getting because of the music streaming services. "It seems unlikely that the current relationship between the majors and the streaming services would withstand similar legal challenges from artists, at which point the long-term viability of streaming services will be less than certain."

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Will Music Streaming Services Save The Recording Industry

Will Music Streaming Services Save The Recording Industry | Will music streaming services save the recording industry | Scoop.it
Within the past decade we have seen the rise of digital music services such as iTunes and Amazon. Physical music sales started to decrease, and digital downloads started to surpass all other o
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My topic is about the debate on how music streaming services effect the recording industry. A lot of people support both sides of this issue saying that it is either hurting or helping the music industry.

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Is there a revenue stream in streaming music? - Waterbury Republican American

Is there a revenue stream in streaming music? - Waterbury Republican American | Will music streaming services save the recording industry | Scoop.it
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Is there a revenue stream in streaming music?
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This article talks about multiple viewpoints on online music streaming. A lot of artists are wondering why they are not getting that much money from royalties while the record companies are getting millions from the music streaming companies like spotify and pandora. It also explains how a few of the services work for example they talk about how pandora doesnt let you demand it to play a song it just plays songs similar to the song or artist you choose. 

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Thom Yorke calls Spotify 'the last desperate fart of a dying corpse' - The Guardian

Thom Yorke calls Spotify 'the last desperate fart of a dying corpse' - The Guardian | Will music streaming services save the recording industry | Scoop.it
The Guardian Thom Yorke calls Spotify 'the last desperate fart of a dying corpse' The Guardian The Radiohead and Atoms for Peace musician has renewed his attack on Spotify in an interview with Mexican website Sopitas, describing the company as "the...
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Thom Yorke is the lead singer for Radiohead nad ths article is about an interview he had about his opinion about spotify. He thinks that it is building a fan base for the musicians so the musicains do not have to do any work to gain fans. The Author of the article tell us facts about how spotify is actually helping increase profits for the record labels in countries that have had declining music sales.

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