Technologies and media

ReverbNation Launches Crowd Review: Fan-Sourced Music Feedback

New artist and direct to fan services launch almost daily, leaving music marketers and artists juggling a mashup of what might work for them.


Introducing Beodee, a Search Engine That Only Lists Legal Content

Most music fans are lean-back and lazy, and don't like difficult experiences (even if they're free).

Digital Music News

YouTube launch royalty-free audio library

Sick of uploading that awesome video of your living room twerking only to see is indiscriminately taken down before the likes start rolling in?

The Music Network

'Set Chopin Free' Kickstarter campaign surpasses its goal

Chopin is free. His freedom - technically his music's freedom - comes courtesy of composer Aaron Dunn's Kickstarter campaign.

Los Angeles Times

UN Broadband Commission releases latest country-by-country data on state of broadband access worldwide

Mobile broadband is the fastest growing technology in human history, according to the 2013 edition of the State of Broadband report.


Mozambique's mobile music studio

Young musicians are getting a chance to record and distribute their work, thanks to a roving 4x4 with battery and solar power.

The Guardian

iTunes Radio Launching This Week

Can Apple Convince Mainstream Consumers To Switch?


Audiosocket Aims to Reduce YouTube Copyright Conflicts

YouTube's Content ID system flags content that have multiple copyright claims, but leaves it up to the claimants to resolve those conflicts among themselves.


What Does A Song That Costs $5 Sound Like?

Last week, Sony Corporation announced a new line of high-end audio components that promise to deliver a better online audio experience.


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