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Music Ally Report 400 – 2017 Special: The Ways Ahead

Welcome to the first Music Ally Report of 2017. We ended 2016 by speaking to a wide range of people from around the industry about how the year was for them – outlining the things they were both excited and frustrated...
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Amazon Prime Music making hay with older streamers in US

Pretty soon we’ll have to stop calling Amazon Prime Music an under-the-radar success – there is mounting evidence of its popularity, certainly in the US.
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Sandbox 156 – Prime Time

Amazon Prime Music has anywhere between 46m and 80m users globally and yet it rarely features in music marketing campaigns. Is this an enormous missed opportunity or a service with such light engagement that more effort on...
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Amazon Prime Music finally makes it to the UK

Amazon Prime Music, part of Amazon’s Prime delivery service, launched just over a year ago in the US and it has finally made its way to the UK. It is offering a catalogue of 1m tracks for free streaming (including storage...
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Amazon sales rise, but company surprises analysts with loss

Amazon reported its latest quarterly financials yesterday, with its revenues rising 23% year-on-year to $19.34bn in the second quarter of this year. However, the company also surprised analysts with a greater loss than expected...
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YouTube, Amazon Prime Music, BitTorrent bundles and more

This week’s Music Ally podcast sees our journalists Eamonn Forde and Stuart Dredge manfully trying not to think about naked bicycle rides, while discussing this week’s hot digital music issues. Including: the...