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The Rise of Music Streaming Hits Physical Sales in 2015; Piracy Not A Concern Anymore !

Content streaming has critically changed how internet users around the world consume their music through audio and video formats. In 2014, more than …

The Record Business 1965-2015

Growing up in the sixties and seventies music was everywhere, it was all we talked about. It was the invitation; want to come over and listen to the new Creedence Record? Meet me at the record store?<p>Status in those days was the guy who had the best stereo and the best record collection. Fans saved …

Almost Half of Americans Say Streaming Music Costs Too Much

The Age of Napster isn’t over yet.<p>Nearly half—46%—of Americans say music streaming services are too expensive for them to subscribe to, according to …

Meet the Disruptor Trying to Get Artists Paid for Streaming Music

Jeff Price had nothing to do with Cracker and Camper Van Beethoven frontman David Lowery's recent lawsuit against Spotify for as much as $150 million …

Music

Streaming-music listeners really don’t care about missing out on CD-like sound quality

Streaming-music listeners really don’t care about sound quality.<p>A recent survey by MusicWatch found that few music fans would pay more to listen to music with better audio quality. The consumer research firm, which polled 7,700 people, asked listeners who stream music for free what it would take …

How Spotify Is Turning Music Streaming Into a Social Experience

While competing service Deezer was busy raising new money, music streaming company Spotify gobbled up two startups to help it differentiate its …

Why buy music when you can stream it?

Today's fans have a different "relationship" with artists, one not based on buying music.<p>I guess it's safe to assume Adele and Coldplay are making decent livings in the music business, but I wanted to talk with an average band to see how they were doing. What sort of income did they see from …