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Massive Attack Launch Major Study of Music Industry Carbon Emissions

Massive Attack Launch Major Study of Music Industry Carbon Emissions | Power Media | Scoop.it
To combat the live industry’s contribution to the climate crisis

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It's always great to see artist care about the education of music Jazz Monroe did a good job as a author.
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Music-making startup Endlesss closes 'major' funding round, takes investment from high-profile execs

Music-making startup Endlesss closes 'major' funding round, takes investment from high-profile execs | Power Media | Scoop.it
Startup was founded by musician and technologist Tim Exile

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Murray Stassen wrote about Tim Exile about artist and a program creator. This is good for the music industry it lets you know if you have a product people will invest and you can multiple investors. 
Tamela Secrest's curator insight, October 19, 2019 10:27 PM
Meghan Thunderstix Babb's curator insight, December 13, 2019 3:43 PM
I like the uniqueness of the article and how it talks about a music-making start up app.
I think the article is reliable as it has a publish date and an author. I don’t think it is a major informational resource for audio professionals due to the content that it discusses.
Michele R Duncan's curator insight, February 21, 12:45 PM
In my opinion, this article was very informative as it talks about a new app for making music and how their making another app for artist to listen to other artist music that was made in the first app. This article is reliable as it has an author named Murray Stassen on July 10, 2019. This is a major source of informational resource for the audio industry professionals as it talks about an app to create music and an app to listen to other artists.
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Soundcharts' David Weiszfeld: 'Major labels use us for two main reasons'

Soundcharts' David Weiszfeld: 'Major labels use us for two main reasons' | Power Media | Scoop.it
David Weiszfeld tells us the two big reasons music companies use Soundcharts, why it's not a typical music company, and what he learned from the Techstars music incubator.

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Lars Brandle had a fantastic conversation with David Weiszfeld the founder of Soundcharts. Soundcharts is an important software that is used by talent scouts and labels.
Trey Butler's curator insight, July 26, 2019 11:41 PM
This article/interview was a good way for me to be properly introduced to a new digital platform that could possibly change the way the streaming world will operate, efficiently. I'm not sure of the specifics of how it will, but I don't see how it wouldn't be beneficial in any way, shape or form in the industry.

Being that is has multiple social media outlets as well as a section to look for employment, The Industry Observer seems to be up and coming in terms of currency (the date of copyright). However it does not seem to sway to one side or the other with opinions or an absorbent amount of advertising. Also, to have an interview with the creator of the Soundcharts platform seems legit to me.

In Australia, mainly, the source seems credible. It is current, in terms of what's happening in the country and around the world.
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Why, in a post-Tencent/Universal world, the three major music companies are worth nearly $90bn

Why, in a post-Tencent/Universal world, the three major music companies are worth nearly $90bn | Power Media | Scoop.it
MBW estimates that Universal, Sony and Warner are now collectively worth just shy of $89bn

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As a person that sees myself as an investor in the music industry it is nice to see the numbers and the estimated value someone puts in the labels that are parent companies. Tim Ingham did a good job as an author bring light to the topic.  
romeokoensings@gmail.com's curator insight, September 24, 2019 10:41 PM
Ninty big 0nes!
 
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Meghan Thunderstix Babb's curator insight, December 13, 2019 3:46 PM
I really like the financial information provided regarding the 3 major music companies. I also like how it shows comparisons from other years.
I think this article is reliable because of the publishing date, the author, and other provided links.
I do think this is a major informational resource for audio professionals because it aids with financial information for the company.
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Massive Attack Launch Major Study of Music Industry Carbon Emissions

Massive Attack Launch Major Study of Music Industry Carbon Emissions | Power Media | Scoop.it
To combat the live industry’s contribution to the climate crisis

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It's always great to see artist care about the education of music Jazz Monroe did a good job as a author.
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Spotify’s big bet on podcasts is starting to pay off

Spotify’s big bet on podcasts is starting to pay off | Power Media | Scoop.it
Spotify’s podcast audience is experiencing huge growth, the company has revealed. Its podcast audience has grown by over 50 percent since the last quarter, and has almost doubled since the start of the year.

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The author of this article Jon Porter listed his resources well and wrote a positive move about Spotify investing in Pod-Cast. There exploring the world beyond music.       
Akeem Scott's curator insight, February 23, 8:16 PM
Spottily was already a big company to begin with but now invested in podcast making the company grow into bigger heights.  
MOHAMED HUSSAIN's curator insight, February 24, 5:31 AM
1. I think this article is very important because its the proof the streaming channels can help artist exposure.

2. this article is reliable because its from one of the top news websites,

3. an artist would visit this website because of the amount of important news in the industry
Travis Jefferson's curator insight, April 26, 11:57 PM
Podcasts, being a newer form of audio entertainment. With the new market emerging, it blows open a new lane for artist to diversify and monetize. Artists can own content and profit, while in between musical ventures.