April 30th, 2015 by Music Ally Blog

Adidas and Spotify have been working together for a while now, but the former’s latest thing is the most interesting yet. It’s an iPhone app called Adidas Go: “The new running app that matches music...

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April 30th, 2015 by Music Ally Blog

Earlier this week, Apple hailed an impressive quarter for its App Store, with revenues up 29% year-on-year. It didn’t say anything about other iTunes Store content, but yesterday we got an idea why....

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April 30th, 2015 by Music Ally Blog

Kobalt CEO Willard Ahdritz has been a vocal supporter of streaming services, and his latest interview with Billboard doesn’t change that. “This attitude that we should kill streaming is a huge mistake....

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April 29th, 2015 by Music Ally Blog

Jukely is the American startup charging music fans $25 a month to attend an ‘unlimited’ selection of gigs – well, apart from the fact that it’s limited both by the number of days in the month,...

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April 29th, 2015 by Music Ally Blog

Google Now is one of the most interesting mobile technologies from Google in recent years: the idea of virtual ‘cards’ that pop up to “proactively bring you information at the right time without...

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April 29th, 2015 by Music Ally

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In our cover feature we speak to those in music publishing about the issues that are getting them most excited this year as well as those that are causing them to grind their teeth. On the menu are developments...

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April 28th, 2015 by Music Ally Blog

Music remains a key plank in Yahoo’s online video expansion plans, with the company renewing its partnership with Live Nation to broadcast video streams of concerts, and also picking up Simon Cowell’s...

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April 27th, 2015 by Music Ally Blog

Plenty of headlines floating about this weekend about Grooveshark facing a potential damages bill of $736m in its lost legal battle with Universal Music. And yes, that is the theoretical maximum, since...

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April 24th, 2015 by Music Ally Blog

Ne-Yo is the latest musician to criticise streaming music royalties, and like Aloe Blacc and others before him, he’s focusing on the income made by songwriters. His real beef, though, is with the US...

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