Technologies and media

Nigeria Opens Its First Online Extensive And Updated Music Library To The World

Unlike traditional radio, Vuga Online Radio is an automated recommendation service as it offers detailed information about every individual song on the platform including detailed information about the artist on every song.

Info Nigeria

New report calls for creation of cultural ‘Digital Public Space’

Such an online area would aim to ensure all publicly funded creative content 'be made easily discoverable and available to the public'.


Music Theory Learned on Electronic White Board May Help Retention

An electronic white board that comes to life with the touch of a wand, the Musicboard is designed to teach music students the basics in a fun way.


F.C.C. Net Neutrality Rules Clear Hurdle as Republicans Concede to Obama

Senior Republicans conceded on Tuesday that the grueling fight with President Obama over the regulation of Internet service appears over, with the president and an army of Internet activists victorious.

The New York Times

Systèmes hi-fi numériques, le goût du son

On l'avait cru balayé par la mobilité et le design. Revoilà pourtant le son haute-fidélité, désormais numérique, nomade et restitué par de beaux objets.

Le Nouvel Economiste

How To Create A Good Email Newsletter For Musicians?

Do you know what one of the most effective forms of communicating with fans of your music is?

Music Industry How To

Wolfie: the app aiming to revitalise music education

On the 27th January, Mozart celebrated his 259th Birthday in style with a global recital commemorating the date. Fans of Mozart from all over the globe came together for a virtual recital with the aim of literally 'putting Mozart on the map'.


Industries culturelles en Afrique: le ressort des nouvelles technologies

Elles offrent l'occasion de promouvoir les productions des entreprises culturelles et d'atteindre un public hors des frontières.

Mali Actu

New streaming music platform for Malawian music

The founder is now working with the Malawian government to see if featured artists can receive royalty payments for their music, similar to larger music sharing platforms like Spotify.

Herald Scotland

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