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Music Streaming Downloading, The record industry Killer Plague - The Silver Conductor's blog

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What do you think? Is streaming and downloading music really saving or hurting the recording industry.

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Katy Perry Streams 'Prism' Before Release | Music News | Rolling ...

Katy Perry Streams 'Prism' Before Release | Music News | Rolling ... | Will music streaming services save the Recording Industry | Scoop.it
Katy Perry is letting fans hear Prism early: the singer is streaming her new album on her website a few days ahead of the official October 22nd releas.
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what singer Katy Perry did was a great way to increase the growth of streaming, having her music available online before the actual release date.

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Lydia Liao's curator insight, July 21, 2014 1:32 PM

The music industry is in a state of flux. Music streaming companies are now becoming the new multi-billion dollar moguls of the industry. With the stiff competition to be heard, musicians such as Katy Perry are gradually turning to streaming services to release their music for free. The benefits are multifold: they gain exposure, increase popularity, as well as make a presence for their live performances. Giving free and easy access to one's music is one of the investment that will pay off the greatest.

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Nipping At Spotify, Deezer Passes 5M Paying Subs, Adds ‘Hear This’ And ‘Explore’ For Music Discovery, Unveils New Mac App | TechCrunch

Nipping At Spotify, Deezer Passes 5M Paying Subs, Adds ‘Hear This’ And ‘Explore’ For Music Discovery, Unveils New Mac App | TechCrunch | Will music streaming services save the Recording Industry | Scoop.it
Spotify may be the world's biggest music streaming company, but rival Deezer is inching closer to its terrain: today the company revealed that it now has 5..
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This article shows how fast the streaming world is growing with all the new sites to stream music.

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iTunes Radio Wants To Be Your DJ And Record Store

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With the launch of iOS 7 today, Apple is entering the streaming music market with iTunes radio. We take a look at what it is and what role it will play in the crowded digital music world.
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iTunes is a huge music streaming market and is going to the next level with everything to bring more consumers.

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Lydia Liao's curator insight, July 21, 2014 1:42 PM

Selling music is a dying business; streaming is the future. Understanding that, Apple has finally unveiled a long-awaited service for streaming digital music. The basic idea of iTunes radio is pretty similar to that of Pandora. One can build radio stations around an artiste or song, as well tune in to genre-based stations. It gets better than that; Apple has exploited the latecomer's advantage to make the streaming of music more intuitive and easier. Let us continue to surprised by Apple!

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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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This tells you about a few of the many places to stream music and how it impacted the music industry tremendously.

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Ackera Williams's curator insight, November 11, 2013 7:10 PM

Will it come down to music just being sreamed instead of purchased, can CD's be the end? Digital  music did change the game, but now music streaming services are also impacting the music world greatly. Pro- You do not necessarily have to own it to listen to it, it is free with the ads, and to remove them you pay a monthly fee. You get to listen to what you want as well as similar tracks. Con- Skips are limited, and you are not getting the best quality of music. Your experience is based on your internet connection.