Day: 24 novembre 2017

Google tightens rules on ticket-reseller advertising

Google is updating its rules on how ticket-resellers can advertise on its search engine, with the changes due to take effect in January 2018.
Secondary ticketing services globally will have to be certified with Google before they can advertise using its AdWords platform.
“To be certified, resellers can’t imply that they are the primary or original provider of event tickets and must disclose to customers that they are a reseller,” explained Google.
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BTS included: Spotify hails its 6.6bn K-Pop streams since 2015

Spotify users have streamed 6.6bn songs from K-Pop artists since the company launched its K-Pop hub in 2015, racking up more than 14.4bn minutes of listening.
That’s according to a blog post published by Spotify yesterday hailing the growth of streams for South Korean pop artists on its service since its hub went live in the Philippines, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan and Hong Kong in 2015.
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Paid online-music market tipped to grow 59% in China

The market for ‘paid online music’ in China is expected to grow by 59% this year to $455m according to research firm iResearch, whose prediction is quoted prominently in the Financial Times’ latest piece on China.
It focuses on the evolving dynamics of the Chinese streaming market, where the exclusive licensing deals signed by Tencent with global labels are being challenged by regulator the National Copyright Administration.
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Saavn teams with Amazon, Snapchat and new strategic investors

Indian streaming service Saavn is having a busy month, thanks to a partnership with Amazon, a marketing campaign running on Snapchat, and a pair of new strategic investors for the company.
Saavn has also seen its latest original track, ‘Bom Diggy’, become a hit not just on its own service in India, but also on other platforms including YouTube and audio-streaming services.
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