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Kasimir Landheer - Issue #50

Spotify says it doesn't bury artists that release exclusives, Subway and Pepsi are looking for Stormz

Kasimir Landheer

September 5 · Issue #50 · View online
On video, formats and content marketing

Spotify says it doesn’t bury artists that release exclusives, Subway and Pepsi are looking for Stormzy fans and an interesting read on DJ culture from the Economist. Pharrell gives a sneak peak into G-Star and talks creativity with Nescafe.
Pandora hires Questlove, Pepsi launches ambitious music platform for emerging artists, American Family Insurance taps John Legend for commercial, MTV partners with Vevo for video distribution, on commercial disclosure with Dj Khaled and Snapchat and Sonos partners with Spotify and Amazon 

Spotify slams report it is punishing artists who have exclusive deals with Apple Music | The Drum
Subway and Pepsi Max "#StormzyNo1Fan" | CampaignLive
The tables are turning: Now that anyone can be a DJ, is the art form dead? | The Economist
Pandora takes a cue from podcasts for Questlove station ads | Digiday
Pepsi Launches Sound Drop Music Platform For Emerging Artists | Mediapost
American Family Insurance Taps Derek Jeter and John Legend | AdAge
MTV Teams With Vevo In First-Ever Deal To Distribute VMA Performance Clips | Tubefilter
No Filter: DJ Khaled and the FTC's Snapchat Problem | Contently
Sonos partners with Amazon, Spotify for enhanced music control | TechCrunch
Pharrell Williams geeft kijkje in de keuken van G-Star | Adformatie (Dutch) wordt gezicht van Nescafé Dolce Gusto | Adformatie (Dutch)
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