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Deezer disponible dans les BMW ConnectDrive

Deezer disponible dans les BMW ConnectDrive | Music News | Scoop.it
Deezer, en collaboration avec BMW ConnectDrive, propose son catalogue de 35 millions de titres pour 220 € par an.
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Cstream : streaming vidéo + musique + livre et magazine par Cdiscount pour 9,99€/mois

Cstream : streaming vidéo + musique + livre et magazine par Cdiscount pour 9,99€/mois | Music News | Scoop.it
Cdiscount lance une nouvelle offre de streaming groupée incluant la vidéo, la musique ainsi que les livres pour 9,99 euros par mois.



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The Slow Listener : Participez à des sessions d'écoute musicale - MyBandNews

The Slow Listener : Participez à des sessions d'écoute musicale - MyBandNews | Music News | Scoop.it
The Slow Listener vous propose de prendre le temps d'écouter, de façon approfondie, un album de A à Z sans interruption lors de soirées mensuelles The Slow
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Orange et Deezer prolongent - ElectronLibre

Orange vient d'annoncer la prolongation du partenariat avec le service Deezer dont il détient 10% du capital jusqu'en 2018. Deezer appartient au groupe Acc
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GuestMe : Accédez à des concerts en illimité grâce à un abonnement mensuel - MyBandNews

GuestMe : Accédez à des concerts en illimité grâce à un abonnement mensuel - MyBandNews | Music News | Scoop.it
GuestMe : Accédez à des concerts ou événements en illimité ! GuestMe vous propose un abonnement sans engagement à 33 euros par mois pour une personne ou 60
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Facebook s'intéresse de plus près à l'industrie musicale - MyBandNews

Facebook s'intéresse de plus près à l'industrie musicale - MyBandNews | Music News | Scoop.it
Facebook semble prêt à faire un pas de géant dans l'industrie musicale. Preuve en est avec une nouvelle offre d'emploi très révélatrice publiée aujourd'hui
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The Truth About SoundCloud Reposts (And Paid Promotion)

The Truth About SoundCloud Reposts (And Paid Promotion) | Music News | Scoop.it
Have you ever wondered what a repost is actually worth? In this guest article on DMN, Budi Voogt breaks down the specifics of SoundCloud reposts.
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Spotify and Tinder Team Up, Adding Music to Your Swipes

Spotify and Tinder Team Up, Adding Music to Your Swipes | Music News | Scoop.it
The most trusted voice in music.
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Guerre des prix et des exclusivités dans le streaming

Guerre des prix et des exclusivités dans le streaming | Music News | Scoop.it
Tous les acteurs du streaming perdent massivement de l’argent. Pourtant, l’avenir de l’industrie musicale repose sur la généralisation de l’écoute en ligne.
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Amazon Echo is coming to the UK and Germany this fall

Amazon Echo is coming to the UK and Germany this fall | Music News | Scoop.it
Amazon originally launched its Echo speaker back in late 2014, designed as a Bluetooth speaker with the Alexa voice assistant. Inspired by Star Trek's Starship Enterprise, Echo has bee
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"Amazon Echo speaker to launch in UK and Germany As expected, Amazon is sending its Echo speaker across the Atlantic. The Echo is now on sale in the UK and Germany, shipping to pre-orderers there on 28 September and 26 October respectively. Amazon will sell the speaker for £149.99 in the UK and €179.99 in Germany, with a £50 / €50 discount for Prime members. The speaker’s launch will also bring Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant to Europe, and as we explained in our recent primer, Alexa is one of the main reasons people in the tech world have been getting so excited about the Echo. Spotify is among the partners for the Echo/Alexa launch in the UK, to ensure that Spotify subscribers will be able to stream and control its service by talking to their Echo. That’s another notable aspect of the device: initially it was focused on Amazon’s own Prime Music for its music features, but in the US has since allowed users to set Pandora or Spotify as its default player. Also news yesterday: Amazon is relaunching its Echo Dot device, which costs $49.99 in the US (£49.99 in the UK, €59.99 in Germany) and plugs in to any speaker to bring it Alexa." Musically
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Jaguar XE | Introducing Spotify for Jaguar (via InControl Apps) with Ricky Wilson and Example

Today we announce a unique collaboration with Spotify, the world’s most popular music streaming service, to offer an app with personalised playlists base
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"Jaguar Land Rover creates its own in-car Spotify app Spotify’s latest partnership is with an automotive firm: Jaguar Land Rover. The company has launched its own version of Spotify’s app, which will sit within its InControl Apps system for in-car entertainment. Due for release on 27 September for iOS, the app will mirror Spotify’s existing interface, but will offer “Just for You” playlists in the hope of avoiding distracting drivers by making them scroll through their collections in the car. The app will support offline downloads to avoid bad-reception issues, and has apparently been a year in the making between the two companies. “The Spotify design team worked closely with us to create the best in-vehicle experience, and have spent many hours with us at our Gaydon HQ running user studies with our employees,” said Jaguar Land Rover’s Peter Virk. The app can be seen in a promotional video featuring musicians Ricky Wilson and Example messing about in cars. Toot toot!" Musically
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Churn Baby Churn: Why TIDAL’s Losses Only Tell Part Of The Story

Churn Baby Churn: Why TIDAL’s Losses Only Tell Part Of The Story | Music News | Scoop.it
The Wall Street Journal recently published some pretty terrible numbers on the train wreck that is called TIDAL. Naturally, the entire industry started piling on Jay-Z’s music startup, determined to show what a cluster the company finds itself in. But to us music vets, it’s pretty much the same old, same old. Losing lots of money…
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"I would suggest that TIDAL has done a great job at signing people up. And a terrible job at converting them to the service long term. Mostly because TIDAL isn’t marketing the service outside of the only place where you can get exclusives for a short period of time."
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Pandora signe un accord avec Warner Music Group - MyBandNews

Pandora signe un accord avec Warner Music Group - MyBandNews | Music News | Scoop.it
Le service de streaming Pandora signe un accord avec Warner Music Group
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Les titres de Deezer intégrés à Twitter

Les titres de Deezer intégrés à Twitter | Music News | Scoop.it
La plate-forme musicale et le réseau social ont signé u
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YouTube permet désormais d'indiquer clairement les contenus sponsorisés

YouTube permet désormais d'indiquer clairement les contenus sponsorisés | Music News | Scoop.it
Le manque de clarté quant au caractère sponsorisé de certaines vidéos publiées sur YouTube commence à poser un certain nombre de problèmes à la plateforme et à ses utilisateurs. Elle vient donc de mettre en place un dispositif affichant clairement qu'une vidéo comprend une forme de publicité.
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TELEFONICA et VIVENDI signent un partenariat dans les contenus en Amérique latine

TELEFONICA et VIVENDI signent un partenariat dans les contenus en Amérique latine | Music News | Scoop.it
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Play great music on your mobile and computer for FREE!

Add music to your day with Anghami! Play the newest arabic and international songs for FREE on iPhone, Android, and computer!
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Promo : Get 3 months of Anghami Plus for $3. After 3 months, you will be charged the regular monthly subscription ($5/month)
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La diversité musicale dans le paysage radiophonique

La diversité musicale dans le paysage radiophonique | Music News | Scoop.it
Depuis 2003, les différents acteurs de la filière musicale et radiophonique se réunissent afin d’étudier une liste d’indicateurs illustrant la diversité musicale sur le média radio. Le rappor
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Apple Music helps US recorded music market grow 8.1% in first half of 2016 - Music Business Worldwide

Apple Music helps US recorded music market grow 8.1% in first half of 2016 - Music Business Worldwide | Music News | Scoop.it
Average subscription price grows to $9.23
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iHeartMedia to launch paid music-streaming service: sources

iHeartMedia to launch paid music-streaming service: sources | Music News | Scoop.it
Terrestrial radio giant iHeartMedia will announce this week the launch of a major paid streaming service, The Post has learned.

The paid streaming service, the first of its kind for a traditional radio outfit, will include a $5-a-month ad-free radio station and a $10-a-month on-demand music service, according to people familiar with iHeartMedia’s plans.

IHeartMedia Chief Executive Bob Pittman is expected to make the announcement during the company’s music festival in Las Vegas this week, sources said.

While the service is close to being announced, iHeart must still secure music licenses before it begins.

The moves come as Pandora recently took the wraps off its $5 service and Amazon is expected to do the same for owners of its Echo device.

Pittman’s company, however, is planning to build different functionality for its $5-per-month service, including off-line play, sources said.

By jumping into the paid streaming game, iHeart will get a toehold in the lucrative subscription business and a direct credit card relationship with its listeners.

Digital music subscriptions rose by 50 percent last year, and paid streaming is set to grow from $2.2 billion in 2015 to $12.7 billion by 2020.

“It is so clear that digital is everything in radio and in streaming,” said a source familiar with iHeart’s plans.

The San Antonio, Texas-based company has already built a sizable digital business with its iHeartRadio app that lets consumers stream the company’s 850 radio stations — which is expected to continue when the paid service is introduced.

The radio giant, however, has been figuring out how to navigate a more mobile digital music world that requires it to pay for a music on less favorable terms than its current terrestrial business, which reeled in $6.24 billion in revenue in 2015.

The paid streaming service will require new licenses from the major labels, and iHeart is negotiating directly with those, sources said, rather than opting for statutory radio licenses.

“Radio has underinvested in digital. I’m very impressed with iHeart services, and although they haven’t announced anything in response to Pandora, I’ve got to believe they are feeling the heat of competition, especially in the car, which has been the one area they have enjoyed exclusive positioning,” Larry Miller, a director at NYU’s Steinhardt School of Culture, told The Post.

The terrestrial radio business has been in turmoil in recent years as streaming services, including Pandora, Spotify and Apple, steal away listeners. IHeart has the additional issue of $21 billion in debt and stagnant revenue over the six months ended June 30.

IHeart shares have fallen 76 percent over the past year. They closed Monday at $1.22, down 6.2 percent.

At rival Cumulus Media, shares have dipped 63 percent in the past 12 months.

CBS Radio, meanwhile, is on track to be spun off from its parent company.

The $5 fee is a lot easier for customers to handle than $10 a month, and is seen as “a gateway to get people to trade up to the $10-per-month services,” said one source.

IHeart had no comment on its streaming plans.
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Nouveau : Orange Tunisie lance en avant-première le service DIGSTER d’Universal Music | Orange Tunisie

Nouveau : Orange Tunisie lance en avant-première le service DIGSTER d’Universal Music | Orange Tunisie | Music News | Scoop.it
Orange Tunisie lance DIGSTER, un service de streaming musical pour fêter la rentrée en musique ! Ce service permet aux clients Orange d’accéder au catalogue riche en chansons internationales et locales de Universal Music, de les télécharger e
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The Music Industry Is Finally Making Money on Streaming

The Music Industry Is Finally Making Money on Streaming | Music News | Scoop.it
After almost two decades of relentless decline caused by piracy and falling prices, the music business is enjoying a fragile recovery thanks to the growth of paid streaming services like Spotify Ltd. and Apple Music.
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BBC Radio 1 aims to be 'Netflix of music radio' with phone-first strategy

BBC Radio 1 aims to be 'Netflix of music radio' with phone-first strategy | Music News | Scoop.it
Controller Ben Cooper says station’s on-demand programming should be on a par with live on-air programming
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Skyrock débarque sur Deezer

Skyrock débarque sur Deezer | Music News | Scoop.it
Retrouve toute l'actu de Skyrock avec les photos, les vidéos des animateurs et des artistes.
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Apple Music now has 17 million subscribers

Apple Music now has 17 million subscribers | Music News | Scoop.it
Apple Music now has 17 million subscribers, CEO Tim Cook announced at the company's iPhone event this afternoon. The company last announced that its music streaming service had 1
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