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Fact Mag's Miles Bowe goes through BandCamp releases to curate the most interesting, De La Soul relea

Kasimir Landheer

July 18 · Issue #43 · View online
On video, formats and content marketing

Fact Mag’s Miles Bowe goes through BandCamp releases to curate the most interesting, De La Soul releases song for Angry Birds,  Bacardi collaborates with Swizz Beats, who are the top music publishers in social?
Vodafone’s music programme, can your playlist predict your political preference, what YouTube pays to artists and how US teens flock to the service for music discovery.
Also Pokemon related tracks triple in popularity on Spotify, Hardwell releases a chatbot in Facebook Messenger, Jupiler brings own ‘Ferry’ stage to Dancevalley, Elton John & Lady Gaga fight prejudice and should we calculate pay per streams or pay per seconds?

De La Soul release 'Action!' for Angry Birds video game | Fact Magazine
Bacardi wants to drive relevance into music and culture as it teams with artist Swizz Beatz | The Drum
The Top Music Publishers of June on Facebook and Twitter | NewsWhip
Vodafone sets sights on ‘young people and families’ as it attempts to carve out a niche in live music marketing | The Drum
YouTube halved the amount it pays musicians per stream between 2014 and 2015 | The Drum
How Your Playlist Can Predict Who You’ll Vote For | Vocativ
Pokémon-Related Songs Triple In Popularity On Spotify With 'Pokémon GO' Release | Forbes
The month in Bandcamp: James Ferraro, Pup, Surfing | Fact Magazine
US teens love on-demand music streaming – and YouTube | Musically
Hardwell komt als eerste artiest met chatbot voor Facebook Messenger | Adformatie (Dutch)
Extra stage presented by Jupiler: The Ferry | Dance Valley (Dutch)
Elton John & Lady Gaga fight prejudice with a fashion collection: Love Bravery | Love Bravery
How Much Are Pay Per Stream Royalties Really Costing Musicians? | Hypebot
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