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Steve Lillywhite on how selling music in Indonesia isn’t chicken feed

Since 2016, renowned British record producer Steve Lillywhite has been running Jagonya Music & Sport, a company that places music in Indonesia’s Kentucky Fried Chicken restaurants. KFC Indonesia sells around 600,000...
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Country Profile – Indonesia 2018

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Latest Heard Well album tops iTunes charts in south-east Asia

Compilations label Heard Well is topping the charts in south-east Asia with its latest release ‘Litunes’. As with its other albums, this one is curated by an online influencer. Or rather, a pair of them: brother-and-sister...
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Indonesia gets ‘hassle-free music’ app Nada Kita

Australian B2B music firm Tuned Global has launched its latest service in Indonesia: Nada Kita. It’s a free streaming music app with content licensed from local independent labels including Aquarius Musikindo, Musica Studio’s,...
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WMG buys indie label-group ISS in Indonesia

This is the month of Asian expansion for Warner Music Group (WMG). Yesterday, we reported on the expansion of its publishing arm Warner/Chappell’s partnership with India’s Times Music to cover Bangladesh, Nepal, Pakistan...
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Indonesia blocks The Pirate Bay and other filesharing sites

It’s taken a long time since the Indonesian government promised in 2011 to block popular filesharing services, but this week those blocks appear to have finally kicked in. TorrentFreak reports that The Pirate Bay, Isohunt...
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MixRadio streaming music app tops the charts in Indonesia

Nearly a month ago, MixRadio spread its wings beyond Windows Phone with the launch of its streaming music apps for iOS and Android. Now the company is claiming early success in an interesting market: Indonesia. MixRadio tells...
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Twitter to hit 400m users by 2018, 40% in Asia

That is the forecast of eMarketer, predicting a boom in the micro-blogging service, especially in the Asia-Pacific region. It suggests that Asia will make up 32.8% of its users by the end of this year and grow steadily into...
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Ad-supported streaming service Guvera expands in Asia

We first wrote about Guvera and its plans to launch an ad-supported music, films and TV shows service in 2009 (Bulletin, 19-Nov-09) and have since followed the Australian company’s launch in its homeland (Bulletin, 3-Feb-10)...
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Ovum predicts smartphones boom for emerging markets

Analyst firm Ovum claims 450m smartphones were sold in 2011