Day: 13 mars 2020

Amazon Music launches analytics for artists with a mobile app

With more than 55 million music streaming users around the world, most of whom are paying, Amazon is the third biggest player in the global music subscriptions market behind Spotify and Apple Music.
One area in which it has lagged those rivals has been artist analytics: the data it provides artists and their teams on how their music is being streamed on its services and devices. Today, however, Amazon is launching its own equivalent of Spotify for Artists and Apple Music for Artists.
No prizes for guessing its name: Amazon Music for Artists. It’s launching today as a mobile app for iOS and Android devices, with a web dashboard to follow. There’s also a companion website offering artists advice and resources on how to build their audience on Amazon Music.
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Cocooning, downgrading… what will Coronavirus mean for music?

The short term impact of the novel-Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, in the US at least, is this: no big tours. AEG and Live Nation both announced yesterday that they are postponing all arena tours scheduled for March, having set up a task force together with talent agencies CAA, WME, Paradigm and UTA to figure out a collective […]
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Super-bundle plans reportedly missing from Apple Music’s new deals

Amid all the blow-by-blow speculation about the progress of Spotify’s licensing renewals with major labels, it’s been easy to forget that – sit down for this revelation – other streaming services also have deals that periodically need to be renewed. Apple Music, for instance, which according to the Financial Times has quietly sealed its new deals with […]
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