Kasimir Landheer - Issue #3

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On human curation, how Kobalt empowers artists through data, an HBO rock n roll drama by Martin Scors
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Kasimir Landheer

October 12 - Issue #3 - View online
On video, formats and content marketing

On human curation, how Kobalt empowers artists through data, an HBO rock n roll drama by Martin Scorsese, how Pandora integrates ticket sales, an app that lets you share sounds to Instagram (and other social channels), a great ADE brand activation with Sam Feldt (disclaimer: I was somewhat involved in this project) and  finding out if robots can improvise as well as Miles Davis…

How Spotify’s Discover Weekly cracked human curation at internet scale | The Verge
Kobalt changed the rules of the music industry using data -- and saved it | Wired UK
Watch: Martin Scorsese Brings Rock n' Roll to HBO in Thri | Indiewire
The future of live music has arrived | Pandora blog
Meet Sounds, A Music App That Lets You Share Songs On Instagram | TechCrunch
What Musical Robots Might Teach Us About Improvisation | PSFK
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