Streaming Music’s Biggest Holdouts Are Caving In; How Amazon's Echo Is Making Major Labels Rethink Their Tunes

Streaming Music’s Biggest Holdouts Are Caving In; How Amazon's Echo Is Making Major Labels Rethink Their Tunes
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It’s Not Just Taylor Swift—Streaming Music’s Biggest Holdouts Are Caving In
Mary Meeker's 2017 Internet Trends: What Do They Mean For Music?
Spotify's average subscriber is paying $30 less a year than they were in 2013
Momo joins four music labels to sprinkle stardust on video streaming hosts
How Amazon's Echo Is Making Major Labels Rethink Their Tunes
Groovebox, a music app rigorously designed to give you a place to start
Raise Your Hand If You Still Like Music Downloads
Spotify will start promoting Eventbrite concerts in its app
Jay Z's new album '4:44' will stream exclusively on Tidal
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