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iHeartCountry Festival Returns as Virtual Event; Mdundo Ready for Music Streaming Battle in Africa; Musicians Surviving the Pandemic by Giving (and Receiving) Virtual Lessons

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September 23 · Issue #1031 · View online
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iHeartCountry Festival Returns as Virtual Event With Enhanced Line-Up
An Africa-focused music download service raised $6 million from its IPO to help pay artists
Musicians Are Surviving the Pandemic by Giving (and Receiving) Virtual Lessons
Apple is making Shazam a bigger part of your iPhone
Longplay app lets you enjoy your music library focusing just on entire albums
Debunking some common misconceptions about virtual concerts
Spotify Consumption Back Above Pre-Pandemic Levels
Logic Blames UMG for Blocking Access to His Music for Game Streaming
Apple Music Partners With Howard University for Special Live Event Rap Life
PlaylistSupply helps managers and artists research playlists
Spotify CFO: Company could achieve profitability, 'If we wanted to'
Podcasts and Spotify thrive as pandemic changes listening habits
Is It Time For Music Industry To Rethink Its Relationship With Gaming?
Spotify may pay artists little, but do students think the benefits outweigh the lack of pay?
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