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Indian streaming service Gaana grows to 185m listeners

Indian streaming service Gaana grows to 185m listeners | Music | Scoop.it
At the start of February this year, Indian music streaming Gaana announced that it had 150 million monthly active users. Now it has 185 million.

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its mind blowing to think streaming went up by 35 million this is just another point made about pandemic times
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Music Tech Investor Perspectives During The Pandemic And Recession: John Acquaviva, Plus 8 Equity Partners

Music Tech Investor Perspectives During The Pandemic And Recession: John Acquaviva, Plus 8 Equity Partners | Music | Scoop.it
“Historically, companies that are truly lean and mean that come out of tough patches have become successful by surviving with discipline rather than using it to thrive. Pitches need to embrace such principles and also address a realistic revenue path where possible."

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idk what john means but if i was an investor or inventor i know i would be full throttle right now it would be the best move to take advantage of the times thow i understand the sentiment but this is a buisness and if i wanna win im gonna take ever chance i get while keeping my sanity and dignity
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Indian streaming service Gaana grows to 185m listeners

Indian streaming service Gaana grows to 185m listeners | Music | Scoop.it
At the start of February this year, Indian music streaming Gaana announced that it had 150 million monthly active users. Now it has 185 million.

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Marquis Charless insight:
its mind blowing to think streaming went up by 35 million this is just another point made about pandemic times
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COVID-19: Tracking The Impact On The Entertainment Landscape, Release 6

COVID-19: Tracking The Impact On The Entertainment Landscape, Release 6 | Music | Scoop.it
Now in the sixth wave, this study, published by Billboard and Nielsen Music (an MRC Data service), has been tracking consumer behaviors, attitudes and entertainment consumption during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Marquis Charless insight:
i believe in these pandemic times music should be at its highest stream rates due to the fact we barely have anything to do if im stuck at home all i can do is eat play games watch movies and listen to music.
Day Collins's curator insight, October 19, 10:36 PM
This article was interesting to touch base on the Covid-19's role played within the music industry and how artist and society is dealing with the pandemic and the spread of the virus within its pathways etc... I feel as though sixth wave has taken interest in part of this issues as a platform speaking awareness and updates on the directions of which the virus will spread and possibly who it may affect regarding peoples preference of attending a live event or streaming from home etc. 
Their statement on how "consumers are growing more concerned over health, safety and job security and increasingly turning to entertainment for comfort, information and connection to others. Video streaming services still remain the most popular subscriptions to add, but interest in music streaming services has grown considerably, as people are spending more time with music and seeking familiar content, especially music. Release 6 also shows that people are starting to return to live events but still prefer smaller crowds and have become even more accepting of safety measures. There is also stronger interest than ever in virtual concerts."
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Apple Music Launches New African Music Discovery Series, 'Africa Rising'

Apple Music Launches New African Music Discovery Series, 'Africa Rising' | Music | Scoop.it
Apple Music is launching a new bi-monthly music discovery program called 'Africa Rising,' to find and showcase top talent rising in Africa.

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as a user of apple music these discovery programs are some of the best in the world. the afro beat culture is making its way into the ears of hip hop listeners world wide its a great time for the merging of both industries.
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Confirmed: Spotify launches in Russia (and 12 other countries); service now reaches 92 markets globally

Confirmed: Spotify launches in Russia (and 12 other countries); service now reaches 92 markets globally | Music | Scoop.it
Today’s launch opens the door for nearly 250 million fans to start discovering new music from around the world on Spotify.

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i think this was a well calculated move by the spotify team knowing people will have all the time in the world to stream there is no better time in the history of mankind to upload a streaming service thats just my opinion. new music industry isn't my source of choice but a 4 star rating said otherwise.
Heaven Flores's curator insight, October 18, 7:53 PM
Given Spotifys current lawsuit with Eight Mile Style, they seem to be creating more and more updates and appealing features to their app. This gives people in Russia and the 12 other countries listed a chance to be heard is they want to become a Spotify music artist or for them to be up to date with current hits or have easy access to their personal preference of music. Ergo, being beneficial to anybody outside of the United States downloading the app who hadn't had the chance to download the app before. The article is based off facts and is a reliable resource.