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Music’s Big 3 Labels Make $19M a Day from Streaming; Mark Ronson Talks Streaming; Is AI the Next Rockstar of Music?

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February 26 · Issue #611 · View online
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Music’s Big Three Labels Make $19 Million a Day From Streaming
After a terrible, horrible, no good, very bad 2017, SoundCloud is on the mend with more features
Mark Ronson on how streaming has changed modern music-making
Is AI the next rockstar of music?
Spotify’s ‘Word’ category highlights spoken-word content
Back to the Stratosphere: How the Rarest Music in the World Comes Back
Ecrett Music launches AI-music tool for video soundtracks
Warner Music Files Injunction Against Spotify Ahead Of India Rollout; Spotify Hits Back at Label's 'Abusive Behavior'
Should Radio Stations Believe in Yesterday's Music? Research Says...
Fans of Netflix’s “Russian Doll” are listening to “Gotta Get Up” repeatedly on Spotify
Tencent Music invests in one of China's first streaming services, Douban FM
O2 taps into Spotify listening habits to suggest local gigs
Sound Royalties Commits $3 Million to Help Artists Impacted by PledgeMusic's Financial Troubles
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