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An Ode to Napster; Spotify Shows Why Delivering Music is Very Expensive

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February 11 · Issue #600 · View online
Platform & Stream
An Ode To Napster, The Site That Broke The Music Industry (And Maybe For The Better)
Spotify Shows Why Delivering Music Is Very Expensive
SpongeBob got a bigger streaming bump than Adam Levine after Super Bowl 2019
Spotify bans ad blockers in updated Terms of Service
Steve Dempsey: 'Streaming and a podcast boom may kill the radio star'
How Amazon Is Betting on Voice to Drive Up Prime Music Adoption in India
Siri co-founder Tom Gruber's new music startup LifeScore joins Abbey Road Red tech incubator
Calm raises $88m: should meditation be on Spotify’s audio radar?
Sonos Sold Close to $500 Million in Smart Speakers During Holiday Quarter, Posts Record Profit
How Streaming Saved The Record Industry
Streaming Music Revenue Up, But Per Song Rates May Have Dropped In 2018
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