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WEDNESDAY. 2.19.2020 • Music Business News From Across The Web Updated Continuously Under The More News Tab Above

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The Social Media Power of Pink Balaclava #AR

Once upon a time, posting photos to Instagram sans filter was a point of pride among users, but almost a decade, the advancement of augmented reality has taken us in. Continue reading

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Artist, Label Checklist For Advertising On Spotify

Spotify isn’t just one of the top streaming platforms, it’s also making a name for itself as one of the main advertising platforms available to artists. Here we break down. Continue reading

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CD Baby To Shut Store, Continue Physical Distribution

Once a top destination for independent music, the CD Baby online store is closing on March 31st.

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Super Hi-Fi Transforms How We Listen To Music With AI

Zack Zalon of Super Hi-Fi joins Music Biz Weekly podcast co-hosts Michael Brandvold and Jay Gilbert to discuss how artificial intelligence is changing how we discover and consume music.

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You Can Now Upload Tracks To SoundCloud From Your Phone

oundCloud app users cab now instantly upload and share tracks from their phone.

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3 Social Media Contest Tools Worth Checking Out

Here we look three tools that make organizing and executing contests for your fans online appreciably easier.

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Follow Hypebot Via RSS

Hypebot’s transition led to a broken RSS feed. Here is the new Hypebot RSS feed. It’s a great way to stay up to date with all of our daily posts.

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FREE Tunecore, Bandsintown Webinar On Tour Planning This Thursday

TuneCore is hosting its the lastest Live Session free webinar TuneCore Live Session: Tour Planning and Logistics this Thursday, February 20 at 3 PM. This month they are partnering with Bandsintown. Continue reading

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How A Single Fire Is Jeopardizing Vinyl’s Resurgence

The resurgence vinyl has enjoyed was dealt a major setback with a fire at the decades-old company which produces the lacquer formula for making master discs. Guest post by James. Continue reading

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