Tag: amazon music
Amazon takes Amazon Music and Alexa to Mexico
It’s a busy time for music-streaming in Mexico. iHeartRadio launched there in beta late in October, and now Amazon has announced the launch of Amazon Music there. In fact, it’s part of a bigger launch: yesterday...
November 8, 2018
Amazon Music Unlimited launches in Canada
The latest frontier for Amazon’s Music Unlimited streaming service is Canada, where it went live yesterday. Amazon is offering a free 90—day trial of its premium subscription tier to Canadians, after which Prime members...
September 27, 2018
Amazon launches Pop Culture playlist with exclusive Sia track
Amazon’s music-streaming service has a new flagship playlist called Pop Culture. Focusing on all things pop, the playlist launched on Friday with an exclusive new track from Sia called ‘Step By Step’, under its Amazon...
September 25, 2018
Amazon Music: ‘We’re in a leadership position everywhere’
Amazon’s music boss Steve Boom has been talking about the company’s growth in music-streaming, amid its new marketing campaign that focuses on ‘voice’ – both in singing and Alexa voice-control terms.
August 31, 2018
Artist exclusives: Rag’n’Bone Man and Florence + The Machine
Deezer has thankfully restrained itself from plastering British artist Rag’n’Bone Man across its programmed playlists today. But the streaming service has made him the first musician to get an ‘artist channel takeover...
July 6, 2018
Sandbox 193: Playlisten without prejudice
Lead: Labels and artists spent 2017 getting their heads around how playlists have created a new centre of gravity for the record business. The old ways of promoting a record (discounting at retail, plugging at radio, pitching...
December 7, 2017
Music APPS – Weekly Active Users in US May 2015
This infographic is an extract from the Music Ally Report
May 13, 2015
Amazon claims cloud music service has boosted MP3 sales
In the face of continuing anger from rightsholders over the manner of its cloud music launch, Amazon is trying to persuade them that the unlicensed service is good for their businesses. Amazon's music team has sent a letter...
April 12, 2011