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Amazon Music on the Move; Recorded Music to Look Different; A 'Tinder for Songwriters' App; Spotify's 'Tip Jar'

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May 6 · Issue #917 · View online
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Why The Recorded Music Landscape Might Look Different By Year’s End
A 'Tinder for Songwriters' App Iis Thriving in Quarantine
Amazon Music is gunning for Spotify and Apple Music, and the plan is working
Inside the Week That Shattered the Concert Business
Spotify’s new “tip jar” won’t save the industry – but it asks us to consider music’s value
Apple Music adds artists' audiobooks for streaming
Daniel Radcliffe, David Beckham, Dakota Fanning to Narrate 'Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone' on Spotify
Hear the Beatles’ ‘Come Together’ covered by nearly 40 artists collaborating from isolation
Podcasting 2020: Business is Booming
Spotify Celebrates Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month With 'Our Roots. Our Sound.'
Songs for Screens: How Sonos Got Philip Glass to Create an ‘Audio Logo’ for Its Radio Service
Maestro is the startup partner for Erykah Badu's livestreams
Preservation Hall Now a Spotify COVID-19 Music Relief Partner
How Spotify consumption has changed during the pandemic
Sophie Paterson makes the move from Spotify to Sony Music
The streaming, AI and VR-assisted future of listening

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