Yesterday saw the high-profile UK launch of Music Matters, a new logo to designate legal digital music stores and services, as opposed to illegal and unlicensed ones. On board for launch are iTunes, Amazon, Spotify, Napster, MySpace, we7, Vodafone and Sky Songs among others. Services we spoke to about the initiative are very positive about its likely impact, although reaction on the blogosphere has been more equivocal – pointing out that many users of illegal sites know fully well that they’re illegal, and don’t care. Source: Ars Technica

Like what you’ve read here? This is just a snippet from our subscription service.

Our subscribers get the most important digital music news and analysis delivered to them every morning and full reports every week plus access to a massive archive of data and previous reports.

For a free two week trial of Music Ally, sign up here. No strings attached – we promise!

EarPods and phone

Tools: platforms to help you reach new audiences

Tools: Kaiber

In the year or so since its launch, AI startup Kaiber has been making waves,…

Read all Tools >>

Leave a comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *