Tag: Streaming

New Music Seminar Day 2! Opening Remarks, Mike Huppe Keynote, and more!

New Music Seminar Day 2! Opening Remarks, Mike Huppe Keynote, and more!

Written by NMS on June 10, 2014 in Announcements, Recap, Tom Silverman with 0 Comments

New Music Seminar continued to bring the best in music business to the Wyndham New Yorker Hotel this Monday. With a huge breadth of programming covering topics from streaming to touring to producing and everything in between, the hotel was abuzz with innovation in the second day of the three-day conference. The day began with […]

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Watch Tom Silverman on Bloomberg: Is Streaming Savior of Music Business?

Watch Tom Silverman on Bloomberg: Is Streaming Savior of Music Business?

Written by NMS News on May 19, 2014 in News, Tom Silverman, Video with 0 Comments

Tom Silverman appeared on Bloomberg Television’s “Bloomberg Surveillance” Monday to discuss the digital media side of the music industry, in particular, the importance of streaming, why he sees a need for the industry to partner with web connected services and about digital royalties. Learn why Tom Silverman says “streaming as [the music business’s] future,” watch the video from Bloomberg Television below. […]

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Pandora and Brands Team Up With Promoted Stations Feature

Pandora and Brands Team Up With Promoted Stations Feature

Written by Brian Brooks on May 6, 2014 in News, Partners with 0 Comments

Brands now have the opportunity to share their musical tastes with Pandora’s user base. The music recommendation platform announced Monday they are beta testing an innovative ad unit, hoping to ramp up total advertising revenue. They’re calling this new format “Promoted Stations.” Native ads address a massive opportunity for consumers and advertisers alike – how […]

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I Want MY <del>MTV</del> VEVO?

I Want MY MTV VEVO?

Written by Alaister Moughan on May 2, 2014 in Movements, News with 0 Comments

VEVO has just announced that monthly average streams of music videos on their platform has increased by almost 50%  from a year earlier. The online platform, controlled by Universal Music Group and Sony Entertainment now has monthly average views of nearly 6 billion as at December 2013.  Interestingly 65% of videos are being watched on […]

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Music With Boundaries: Cross-Territory Licensing Issues & How To Solve Them

Music With Boundaries: Cross-Territory Licensing Issues & How To Solve Them

Written by Alaister Moughan on April 23, 2014 in International, News with 0 Comments

Nothing is more frustrating to a music fan than the being confronted with the ‘I’m Sorry This Content is Not Available In Your Region’ denial or the mysterious ‘ghost’ album accessible in one country but not another. Although typically, the gaze of the industry and artists alike is on the United States foreign markets are […]

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New Music Seminar Continues Tuesday, Brings Together More Music Industry Leaders

New Music Seminar Continues Tuesday, Brings Together More Music Industry Leaders

Written by NMS on June 11, 2013 in Conference, Movements, News

New Music Seminar returned Tuesday at the New Yorker Hotel in New York City, as more pioneers of the music industry gathered to network and discuss the future of the business. Earlier today, the renowned audio and television manufacturer Bang & Olufsen announced an exciting new partnership with the critically acclaimed Danish band Mew at […]

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Pandora’s New ‘Premieres’ Station: Hear Full New Albums Up To a Week Before Release

Pandora’s New ‘Premieres’ Station: Hear Full New Albums Up To a Week Before Release

Written by Lindsey Lonadier on May 21, 2013 in News, Partners

May 21, 2013 (Oakland, CA) – Pandora today announced the launch of Pandora Premieres, free stations that will offer previews of full upcoming albums up to one week before their official release. Pandora Premieres represents a great new discovery platform for our more than 200 million registered users and an equally powerful vehicle for artists, […]

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Rhapsody Becomes First Digital Service to Provide Liner Notes

Written by Lindsey Lonadier on May 8, 2013 in News, Partners

May 7, 2013 – (LA) Tuesday at NARM’s Music Biz Conference in LA, Rhapsody International announced a new first for digital music, the addition of liner notes and credits to their digital subscribers. Rhapsody will be the first digital music service to support The Recording Academy’s new “Give The Fans Credit” initiative, which promotes the inclusion of credits […]

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