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Google leverages YouTube for a chance to take over streaming music

Google leverages YouTube for a chance to take over streaming music | Streaming | Scoop.it
We already knew that Google Play has sought licenses for a subscription music service, but now comes word that Google's YouTube wants them, too. Fortune reported today that YouTube will launch a...

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Other companies decide to head in the direction of streaming. YouTube and Warner Music Group have already signed a deal. Briefly the article hits on some of the reasons the two partnered up.

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Spotify and YouTube Are Just Killing Digital Music Sales | TIME.com

Spotify and YouTube Are Just Killing Digital Music Sales | TIME.com | Streaming | Scoop.it
Since the iTunes Store launched in 2003, digital music sales have been viewed as the music industry’s saving grace in the face of declining physical album sales and rampant online piracy.
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Just as easily as the cassette tape or the CD went, so does the digital download. Streaming is growing everyday. However, the amount the artist is making from a single stream is only a fraction of a penny. What a joke. Big decisions must be made throughout the industry in order to become better as a whole

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As technology grows, so does the options of the way we hear our music. From illegally downloading music, to digital download, and of course streaming, the choices consumers make have an effect on the entire industry. I liked how this resource gives some history of what has went on and what is currently going on.

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Spotify and streaming bring $1 billion to the music industry, but can it last?

Spotify and streaming bring $1 billion to the music industry, but can it last? | Streaming | Scoop.it
Music streaming has officially become a billion dollar industry, bringing huge revenues last year to an industry that had been struggling. But is the music business putting too much pressure on services such as Spotify to rescue it?
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The International Federation of the Phonographic Industry (IFPI) think positive when it comes to streaming. Spotify wants to bring music to more people across the world. 

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Free Music, at Least While It Lasts

Free Music, at Least While It Lasts | Streaming | Scoop.it
The people who make all that yummy music are actually being loved to death by fans who expect it to be free.
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Streaming seems to be the future of the industry. Whether good or bad everyone is feeling the effects especially the artists.

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Spotify Introduces Web Player For Streaming Music & Radio Online

Spotify Introduces Web Player For Streaming Music & Radio Online | Streaming | Scoop.it

Most online services start out with a web interface and work their way up to desktop and mobile apps. Spotify has done the opposite!


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This article points out the new features of the Web Player and Radio. Also, shows the growth of streaming. Great if you need help maneuvering around on Spotify.

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