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Adele's manager: 'Streaming's the future, whether people like it or not'

Adele's manager: 'Streaming's the future, whether people like it or not' | Sampling In The Music Industry | Scoop.it
But Jonathan Dickins wants Spotify to change policy of not allowing some albums to be restricted to paying subscribers only. By Stuart Dredge

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In this article Adele's manager goes into detail about how Streaming Music online is the future and that people should come to terms with it.

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Gary Rudat's curator insight, December 7, 2014 11:02 PM

Adel's manager supports Spotify by saying "Streaming is the future." I would have to agree. Streaming is definitely the future of technology and where we are headed as Digital Citizens.

Jake Lee's curator insight, October 19, 2016 11:07 PM

I partially agree with the article. Personally, I prefer old-school album listening. Streaming music has to be focused on just a song. I like listening a whole album entirely. However, I will not deny streaming is the future. Convenience always wins against traditional things. Is it sad? Well, there are people think like me, so I won't worry about it that much. 

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Adele's manager: 'Streaming's the future, whether people like it or not'

Adele's manager: 'Streaming's the future, whether people like it or not' | Sampling In The Music Industry | Scoop.it
But Jonathan Dickins wants Spotify to change policy of not allowing some albums to be restricted to paying subscribers only. By Stuart Dredge

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Gary Rudat's insight:

In this article Adele's manager goes into detail about how Streaming Music online is the future and that people should come to terms with it.

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Gary Rudat's curator insight, December 7, 2014 11:02 PM

Adel's manager supports Spotify by saying "Streaming is the future." I would have to agree. Streaming is definitely the future of technology and where we are headed as Digital Citizens.

Jake Lee's curator insight, October 19, 2016 11:07 PM

I partially agree with the article. Personally, I prefer old-school album listening. Streaming music has to be focused on just a song. I like listening a whole album entirely. However, I will not deny streaming is the future. Convenience always wins against traditional things. Is it sad? Well, there are people think like me, so I won't worry about it that much. 

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The future of music sales is here. So how CAN the artists make it pay?

The future of music sales is here. So how CAN the artists make it pay? | Sampling In The Music Industry | Scoop.it
Singer-songwriter Taylor Swift reignited the row over streaming songs online when she removed her albums from Spotify, citing too little reward for the creators

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It seems that some artists say they are losing out on streaming services such as Spotify. I can't help but think that eventually streaming might no longer be aloud online.

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Here's curator insight, November 17, 2014 6:05 AM

Is Taylor Swift right? Probably for her it doesn't matter, but streaming sites play an important role in todays market place. If you cannot be found on Spotify as a small act, are you going to suffer? Probably!

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Travis Harper's curator insight, April 22, 11:31 PM
It seems that artists like Taylor Swift are up in arms about the future of music sales with streaming becoming the new norm.She and other artist feel that their music should be reserved for paying customers only. Many artist feel that this affects profit in a negative way and that the music is being given away for free.Spotify begs to differ claiming that making all music available to free subscribers  is the best way to promote the artists music.
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Quincy Jones, basically the king of music production is seen posting here that he himself supports his "partners" at Spotify. This is probably because an associate or business partner of his is currently employed or in an upper management type position in Spotify.

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Spotify streaming revenue overtakes iTunes by 13% in Europe

Spotify streaming revenue overtakes iTunes by 13% in Europe | Sampling In The Music Industry | Scoop.it
Streaming music continues to surge ahead and shake up the music industry.

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Gary Rudat's curator insight, December 7, 2014 10:53 PM

To beat iTunes is a great feat. iTunes and seeing who is behind it (apple), you would think apple would come out as the winner but not in Online Music streaming in Europe.

Nick Brown's curator insight, September 13, 2015 4:57 PM

Streamings' popularity continues to rise.  The generic music buying services, while steady, are starting to decline slightly.  Convenience is key.  Personally I enjoy itunes, because I don't need cell service to play the music I love.  Although more streaming services are allowing downloading for offline play, owning albums is much easier.