Music industry

A Closer Look At Apple Music’s Latest Moves…

Apple Music launched on June 30th, 2015. The streaming platform quickly announced hitting 6.5 million subscribers on October 20th, 2015. It then jumped to 10 million subscribers by January 10th, 2016, and the streaming platform most recently announced that they hit 15 million subscribers a year after launch.

Digital Music News

The Evolution of the Music Industry - Where We Go From Here

Not too many of us remember vinyl or 8tracks. We are a streaming generation with our iTunes and Spotify apps a click away on our smart devices. The music industry has changed quite a bit over the last couple of decades, all thanks to new technology.

The Huffington Post

Record Labels Need a Change of Culture in the ‘Dashboard Era’ of the Music Industry

To take an academic look at music marketing, the traditional ‘sale’ was usually somewhere near the end of a customer experience journey: awareness, discovery, interest, interaction, purchase, use, cultivation, and advocacy.

Medium

Pink Floyd: Blockchain technology in music could be 'truly revolutionary'

If blockchain technology can help the commercial and contractual relationships in music keep pace with technology and the communication between artists and fans then it could be truly revolutionary, writes Nick Mason from Pink Floyd in the foreword to a new report on the subject.

International Business Times

Midem 2016 : l’industrie musicale retrouve confiance

Au Midem, salon des professionnels de la musique, l’optimisme est de rigueur, car l’écoute payante sur Internet relance la croissance.

La Croix

Nigeria's music scene becomes a cultural export

Each night as darkness descends on Lagos, Nigeria's commercial capital, sweat-drenched young men and women descend on the megacity's numerous nightclubs to dance to the latest hit songs.

Reuters

Perpetual Motion in the Music Industry

Technology is dominating the music industry of today. People want to “own” their music. They want it readily available and under their control. They want it inexpensive, or in many cases, free.

Huffington Post

Steinway’s Grand Ambitions for Its Pianos in China

Steinway, one of the world’s most prestigious musical instrument brands, is looking to China to breathe new life into lackluster sales.

The New York Times

The first global independent music market report

For the first time in the history of recorded music, the independent sector has extracted its true market share value based on ownership of copyright.

Midem


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