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The Future of Streaming Concerts; uduX Launches PopRev; Why Alibaba Lost China's Streaming Music Market to Tencent Music

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April 19 · Issue #1174 · View online
Platform & Stream
Live audiences are (hopefully) coming back. Where does that leave streaming concerts?
African music service uduX launches PopRev, an investment platform that lets fans buy shares in artists’ music
Why Alibaba Lost China's Streaming Music Market to Tencent Music
How 1995's Macintosh NY Music Fest 'Livestreamed' 25 Years Ahead Of Its Time
Apple Music pays a penny per stream
How music streaming drove Rap & Hip Hop’s sixfold growth
Spotify’s Car Thing is a either a great branding play or just another thing to distract me while I’m driving
Inside the Dirty Business of Hit Songwriting
Having sold music rights to 125 people via NFTs, this blockchain platform is evolving again
Abba's Björn Ulvaeus says songwriters are "last in line for streaming royalties"
Streaming Writes: Music Publishers Talk Playlists, DSP Marketing
There’s Big Money in Music Streaming, But Not for Many Artists
Endlesss is going to mint NFTs from a music-making jam
FT Film: How streaming royalties are changing the music business
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