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LeTV just founded a music company that aims to take on China’s online music industry

China’s LeTV is best known for its popular online streaming platform, but in the past year the company has really been branching out. Within that timeframe it has moved into smartphones, film production, and electric cars. 70 more words


Choosic is Quite Literally Tinder for Tunes

The idea is that Choosic learns your tastes through all that swiping, getting better at offering up recommendations as it goes along. If it gets a decent number of users, it could offer a very compelling treasure trove of data for record companies. 12 more words

Streaming Service

Apple's 'iTunes Music' streaming service to cost $9.99/month, no free tier; iTunes Radio to get makeover

”Almost a year after agreeing to pay $3 billion for Beats, the maker of hip headphones and a streaming music service, Apple is working with Beats engineers and executives to introduce its own subscription streaming service,” Ben Sisario and Brian X. 388 more words


Investors think streaming could take music back to its glory days

argues there will be some 277 million streaming music subscribers globally by 2020 (that number is 5.5% of the predicted global smartphone customer base in 2020, which PSAM thinks will be 5.03 billion). 48 more words

Streaming Policy & Ethics

Music Streaming: The Red-headed Stepchild. But Why?

By Any Scenes Necessary March 26, 2015

I must say that learning about the streaming industry has enlightened me, as well as saddened my outlook on the ability to have an equal opportunity of success as a new artist. 675 more words

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Apple and Beats Developing Streaming Music Service to Rival Spotify

As the biggest retailer of music, Apple remains a crucial marketing partner for the music industry. Yet its absence from streaming has let others get a head start. 62 more words

Streaming Service

アメリカ音楽産業 2014:ストリーミングの売上が、ついにCDを上回る!

U.S. Streaming Revenues Surpassed CD Sales in 2014

Felix Richter – March 23rd, 2015




In 2014, for the first time ever, music streaming services generated more revenue than CDs in the United States. 188 more words