Thriving In The Landscape of Indie Jazz

In this piece, Surma Munyar looks at the music industry through the lens of indie jazz, and how streaming successes and the loyalty of individual fans have allowed such a. Continue reading

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The Orchard, Sony Push Boundaries Of Music, Machine Learning With Multi-City Hackathon

Working to encourage teams of industry professionals to ideate and cultivate business solutions merging music and machine learning, The Orchard, Sony Music, and Amazon Web Services hosted their second annual. Continue reading

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Music Of The Heart: How Partnerships With Non-Profits, Advocacy Groups Can Lead To Growth For All

Even when pouring their heart and soul into their creative projects, musicians still have a gift and opportunity to give back to their community. That said, there’s no need to. Continue reading

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How $17B Netflix Spending Spree Will Effect Music Sync

With Netflix set to spend $17 billion on original programming this year and the competition for video on demand continuing to heat up, it’s a good time for artists and. Continue reading

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A Scalable Curation System Is Possible And A Way Out Of Our Industry’s Data Mess

While many theories are floated about how artificial intelligence and blockchain could be the cure for rights holders’ and creatives financial woes, neither of these would untangle the industry’s rats. Continue reading

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Music Industry Responds To Fires In Australia

As everyone is now aware, Australia has been devastated by the most intense fires in the country’s history, and an unprecedented level of death and destruction. Here we break down. Continue reading

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Midemlab Names Jury, Adds Live Music Category

Midemlab, the startup competition of global music industry conference Midem has named its 2020 jury and added a new Live Music Experiences category.  The new category reflects the importance of. Continue reading

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Akazoo, Viber Team: What’s In Store For Music’s Social Future?

While both music streaming and social media have seen incredible growth in recent years, the two have rarely been combined, with algorithms often aiding in music discovery instead of actual. Continue reading

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Music Credits Come Of Age With ‘Sound Credit’

By its very nature, music is a collaborative process, but the individual contributions of musicians, producers, and engineers often receive little to no recognition, particularly as the streaming era has. Continue reading

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8Tracks To Shut Down 12/31

Long-running music streaming and playlist service on December 31st, founder David Porter announced in a blog post. 8Tracks gained traction shortly after launching in 2008 and maintained a loyal following. Continue reading

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