Music industry

Rhapsody Nears 3.5 Million Global Subscribers

Rhapsody was able to grow despite increasing competition in the streaming market by the likes of Apple Music, Tidal and YouTube.


Taylor Swift's Partnership With Apple Is a Landmark -- and Predictable -- Deal

Those looking for greater meaning in the Swift/Apple partnership can look at it as a changing of the guard.


La Chine veut développer son industrie de la musique

Ce projet, qui figure dans le dernier Plan quinquennal, prévoit de créer de grands sociétés de production, d'établir des normes et d'encourager le secteur à se développer à l'étranger, a déclaré l'Administration chinoise de la presse, de l'édition, de la radiodiffusion, du cinéma et de la télévision lors d'un forum à Pékin.


$25 billion: the best number to happen to the global music business

The global music business is generating billions more dollars every year than most people appreciate.

Music Business Worldwide

Thom Yorke compares Google and YouTube to the Nazis in latest music industry rant

The outspoken Radiohead frontman has repeatedly railed against the state of the modern music industry and pioneered the pay-what-you-want format for seventh album In Rainbows eight years ago.

The Independent

Wetransfer’s music streaming platform sounds suspiciously free…

Cloud-based file transfer application WeTransfer is getting into the music game. That’s good news for anyone who regularly finds themselves waiting for batches of large files to arrive via the very handy site.

Music Business Worldwide

Why Music Streaming Isn't Really About The Music

It may seem strange for companies like YouTube and Amazon to be entering the streaming industry, particularly given how notoriously unprofitable it is, but by offering it bundled with other services, profitability becomes less important than long-term customer loyalty.


YouTube se met à la musique en streaming

Le service américain de vidéo en ligne s'est lancé jeudi sur le marché de plus en plus encombré de l'écoute de musique en streaming, avec l'espoir de l'étendre à un nouveau public.


Who Is Really Paying for Adele?

The decision to withhold Adele’s new album, “25,” from streaming services seems to have worked out well so far.

The New Yorker

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