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Like Vic Mensa said: There's a lot going on!  Justin Timberlake comes to Netflix, Tangerine Dream pla
 

Kasimir Landheer

September 19 · Issue #52 · View online
On video, formats and content marketing

Like Vic Mensa said: There’s a lot going on! 
Justin Timberlake comes to Netflix, Tangerine Dream plays tunes to Netflix hit series Stranger Things, Sean Combs features in Ciroc campaign, Levi’s starts music community platform with Alicia Keys and gets Skepta on board in the UK.  
Marilyn Manson and Missy Elliott feature in a new Marc Jacobs film. There are now podcast guidelines for media buyers because audio on demand is a booming business. Meanwhile Twitter collaborates with Deezer and Cuepoint argues that streaming exclusives on any service are over and done with.
The music industry still battles piracy and Amazon and Pandora are about to release $5 music services while Tidal reports big loss. The Ringer writes about songs that were banned after 9-11 and Berghain is now taxed like classical music institutions.
Have a good week, #SaveNelly!

Justin Timberlake Concert Film By Jonathan Demme Coming To Netflix | IndieWire
Sean Combs Appears in the Ciroc Let's Get It Campaign | HYPEBEAST
Streaming Exclusives are Over | Cuepoint – Medium
An island no more: Inside the business of the podcasting boom | Nieman Journalism Lab
Listen up: Media buyers hail arrival of IAB podcast guidelines | Digiday
Marilyn Manson + Missy Elliott star in new Marc Jacobs film | Dazed
Twitter teams up with Deezer to help you discover new music | The Next Web
Amazon and Pandora to launch $5 streaming services "within weeks" | FACT Magazine
Tangerine Dream cover the music of Stranger Things | Fact Magazine
Levi’s® and Alicia Keys Launch the Levi’s® Music Project | Levi Strauss
Skepta announces new community project in association with Levi's | Fact Magazine
Berghain techno parties now "high art" after landmark German court ruling | Fact Magazine
Music industry battles to see off ‘stream ripping’ piracy trend | The Drum
Banned in the USA | The Ringer
Tidal reports $28 million loss | Fact Magazine
Nelly's "Hot in Herre" Streams Spike Substantially After Call to #SaveNelly From IRS Debt | Complex UK
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