Technologies and media

Dangerous Signals: Cybersecurity for the Music Devotee

The internet is dangerous, and music lovers certainly don’t have it any easier than anyone else. Torrenting has turned the internet into a wild west, and laws and ethics simply haven’t caught up to where the industry is.

Digital Music News

How to Communicate With Media About Your Music

It’s getting harder to be a band on the internet when it should be getting easier. A rigid and largely indefinable force reduces art to economics, and the supply of independently produced music far outweighs demand. The market is tired.

Weird Canada

How a failed education startup turned into the most popular app you've probably never heard of

Unless you live with a teenager, you've probably never heard of Musical.ly. If you do, then you've probably already appeared in one of your kid's music videos.

Business Insider

The slow listening revolution

It’s an Ever-faster-moving, Information-brain-cluttering, Clean-off-our-desktops-in-favor-of the-cloud-inhabiting (we all know it...), Free-music-streaming, Thousands-of-songs-on-a-small iPod-or-mobile-phone-or-tiny-zip-drive, Cloud-platform-storing World.

New Music Box

Digital media may block MTV's return to music

MTV's new president, Sean Atkins, announced at this year's upfront presentation for advertisers that it would "put the M back in MTV," ushering back the music programming that the 35-year-old network used to be known for.

CNBC

Cote d'Ivoire: I-Tickets - Une plate-forme de vente de tickets en ligne est née

Cette plate-forme vise à proposer des solutions innovantes de dématérialisation et digitalisation à zéro investissement sur la base d'un business model orienté « Revenu sharing » face à la vie chère.

All Africa

Music technology has changed – but do we actually listen to songs differently?

The digital revolution has turned pop into a world of smart playlists and surprise albums. Yet the way we engage with music remains remarkably similar.

New Statesman

Apple Stole My Music. No, Seriously.

“The software is functioning as intended,” said Amber.
“Wait,” I asked, “so it’s supposed to delete my personal files from my internal hard drive without asking my permission?” “Yes,” she replied.

Vellum

Muru music launches, advanced tech to rival major players

Muru Music, the Australian music recommendation engine and discovery tool, has launched today with technology to rival digital’s major players.

The Music Network


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