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Napster Tried to Make Streaming Happen in 2005; New SoundCloud President; Music Rights and NFTs

April 9 · Issue #1168 · View online
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Napster Tried to Make Streaming Happen in 2005. Why Did it Fail?
Music Rights and NFTs: What should we (realistically) expect?
Classic Frank Zappa Albums Available in Hi-Res On Qobuz for the First Time
Promo Cards Get an Update: Follower and Chart Milestones, New Playlists, and More
SoundCloud Appoints Eliah Seton as President
Gimlet Media and The Ringer Unions Ratify First Labor Contracts With Spotify
Synchtank’s IRIS has already processed hundreds of millions of dollars. Now it’s being made available to music publishers large and small.
Apple Rolling Out Tags in App Store to Help Refine Popular Search Results
Spotify’s Former Head of Dance & Electronic Music Austin Kramer Launches Weekly Show On Tomorrowland’s ‘One World Radio’
First True Wearable Musical Instrument Hits Kickstarter
Lauren Pufpaf, Co-Founder Of Feed.FM Talks About Significance Of Women Leadership
Worried About Bands? Get Booking Gigs.
Amazon’s Alexa Gets in the Car
Why we're obsessed with music from our youth
How To Grow Your Audience With Livestreams
Tom Brady Launching NFT Platform with Apple, DraftKings, Spotify Exec Advisors
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