We’ve written about the new features for listeners in Apple Music’s latest update, but the company is also rolling out additions for artists.
Two paragraphs in to this article our eyes rolled at the claim “the music industry’s revenue has been mostly stagnant for the last 20 years”.
Smart-links and analytics firm Linkfire has been a big buddy of Apple for some time now. Podcasts are their next shared frontier.
Linkfire, Linktree, Feature·fm, EventBrite’s ToneDen… musicians and labels are spoiled for choice when it comes to smart-links tools.
Are you even a music streaming service in 2023 if you’re not shouting about how cleverly you’re using Big Data to identify emerging artists?
As part of the recent changes to its analytics that saw pre-2021 song data wiped, Spotify promised new fan segmentation features.
Pre-saves, where fans sign up to add a new release to their streaming library in advance – have become a standard part of music.
Spotify is making some changes to the way it stores artists’ analytics, and they include a hard deadline looming at the end of this week.
Last year music analytics company Chartmetric made its first corporate acquisition: of startup Onesheet. Now it’s launching it fully.
This Guide is designed to give you a refreshed view of the broiling, turbulent sea of data on which all artists sail – and that marketers need to be able to navigate.
Do major and independent labels get their fair share of streams on the big music services? Music Tomorrow has published its latest analysis.
YouTube has announced three new stats focused on the musical impact of its short-video feature YouTube Shorts.