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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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Pandora effect the Recording industry by making people have more Sales and its easier now to get to a platnium for an artist.

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Austin Politowicz's curator insight, October 13, 2014 10:17 PM

This article shows how streaming services are hurting the industry and those involved in it. It also shows how the decline is gaining momentum each year and projected to grow. 

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iTunes Radio Wants To Be Your DJ And Record Store - Here And Now

iTunes Radio Wants To Be Your DJ And Record Store - Here And Now | Will Music Streaming Services Save The Recording Industry | Scoop.it
Here And Now iTunes Radio Wants To Be Your DJ And Record Store Here And Now According to a recent study underwritten by radio powerhouse Clear Channel, 80 percent of Americans are still get their music from FM radio, but streaming music is the...
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iTunes Radio wants to stream music for you to listen for free and also he makes you buy the tracks you liked so you can continue listening to it.

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Beats announces new Beats Music streaming service launching “within the next ... - Today's iPhone

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Beats will be joining the group that includes Spotify, iTunes Radio, Rdio, Pandora and more in the suddenly booming streaming music industry.
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Now all industries that are related to music and technology are making streaming service. That makes me think the industry will be mesured by the streaming service.

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siliconANGLE » iTunes Radio Beats Pandora Abroad : Apple vs. Spotify + Google - SiliconANGLE (blog)

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iTunes Radio as this big offer to beat Pandora and Spotify and take them out of the game.  

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Will Music Streaming Services Save The Recording Industry

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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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Streaming music from “the cloud” has become a very popular choice for many music listeners all around the world. Services like Spotify and Grooveshark allow you to listen to any of their songs at any time for free.


The cons of this are that these record companies essentially have a monopoly on the music streaming industry, and can create these heavily one-sided relationships.


And the Pros are just good for the audience that are going to be allowed to listen to music for free when ever they want withouth paying for them.

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Keith Napier's curator insight, March 16, 2014 2:11 PM

I added this article because this article gives you another side to benefits of streaming services as it relates to who profits and who looses.  In this article the record company seems to be ahead of the game..  The record company sees a future with music streaming because they have a deal with the streaming service, that they receive whatever earnings are the most.  Some streaming services are uncomfortable with this arrangement only if they are dealing with a big record label because it is alot of work to do because the record company supplies them with all the music, but the streaming service has its concerns of keeping up. In my opinion, streaming music is a great idea and I believe it can be very profitable across the board if everything is balanced out.  Just like in the beginning of digital sales of music on iTunes and Amazon.  Initially, people had to make sure they had the resources to purchase music as well as storage capacity on their media devices and computers.  Then even once you had that you feared loosing everything that you paid so much money for.  Therefore, I do agree once the meeting of the minds come together and layout the blueprint an see how to balance the load and distribute the profits I believe that streaming music will save the music industry.

Austin Politowicz's curator insight, October 13, 2014 10:23 PM

This article describes the various methods of music streaming. It also shows how the record labels make money from these, and the labels create deals to make them the most money

Ryan Seymore's curator insight, October 12, 4:11 PM

Although the internet and digital music downloads are taking over in sales, its just proving that we are moving into the future. Upgrading from the old to the new. the digital music world is taking over making the cd obsolete just like the CD did to cassette tapes. Pandora, Spotify ect. are proof.