Don’t Be Fooled: The Truth Behind Amazon Music Unlimited’s Price

With Amazon having finally released their long awaited stand-alone streaming service, the $7.99 sticker price seems to be bucking an industry trend by offering consumers unlimited streaming for less, but. Continue reading

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REWIND: The New Music Industry’s Week In Review

This week in our scroll back through a busy week of music industry news, we look at 2016's wealthiest DJs, SpinMedia's arrival on the auction block, the death of disgraced. Continue reading

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Top 10 Earning DJs 2016: Calvin Harris, Tiesto, Zedd, More [FORBES]

Being a DJ is more lucrative than ever, at least according to the latest 'who is making the most money' report from Forbes. Calvin Harris tops the list with $63. Continue reading

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Forbes Names Top 30 Under 30 In Music And Leaves Out Adele, Taylor Swift and Lorde

[UPDATED] Forbes continues their string of lists this month featuring 30 movers and shakers under 30 years of age in a variety of sectors and industries.  Their music industry list is an. Continue reading

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Guvera, The Music Streamer You’ve Never Heard Of, Just Raised $72M

[UPDATED] Guvera, the Australian based  global music streaming service has raised $72 million 9$100M AU) to fuel expansion. Guvera claims 15 million free and paid users worldwide.

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Cannes Lions Advertising Festival Adds Music Event

Music is getting its own event at the  highly regarded global advertising and branding gathering, the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity.

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Adele Broke U.S. Single Week Album Sales Record In Just 3 Days

It's official.  Nielsen Soundscan has confirmed that Adele's 25 has broken the single-week U.S. album sales record, and she's done it in just 3 days. After processing the first sales reports. Continue reading

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This Week In Music Commentary

This week in the world of music commentary, we hear from The Maine about their free tour, learn about issues with the album release cycle in the modern era, as well. Continue reading

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Sean Combs Moves Bad Boy Label From UMG To Sony’s Epic Records

Sean Combs has moved his Bad Boy Entertainment to Sony's Epic Records from Universal Music Group's Interscope. The deal includes two upcoming albums from Combs aka Puff Daddy. The deal was. Continue reading

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This Week In Music Commentary

Janita's interview for Forbes that Forbes declined to publish, Spotify's CEO says Apple Music is helping them out, and a big announcement from Beats 1 as we lend our ears. Continue reading

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