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Yandex.Music has 20m active users – and now it’s in Israel

Russian music-streaming service Yandex.Music was rumoured to be planning a launch in Israel, and this week it’s happened. It’s the first time the service, run by internet giant Yandex, has expanded outside the former...
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Yandex to launch its music-streaming service in Israel

Some of the newer markets in music-streaming are throwing interesting competitors together. South Africa, for example, which is a rarity in seeing Spotify and Tencent (with its Joox service) go head-to-head.
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Country Profile – Israel 2018

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WMG teamed up with Interlude for new music videos platform

We’ve followed the growth of Israeli startup Interlude with interest in recent years: its technology powers interactive music videos, where fans can switch camera angles, characters and storylines at pre-defined points....
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JoyTunes raises $5m to make more educational music apps

We’ve been writing about Israeli startup JoyTunes since 2012, when it first showed off its plans to teach people to play musical instruments through microphone-accessing mobile apps (Bulletin, 13-Jun-12). The company...
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Vidmind raises $30m for white label video streaming service

Israeli startup Vidmind has raised $30m in new funding from Russian retail chain Trellas for its white label video streaming service. This gives Trellas a majority stake in the company as it moves toward launching TVzor,...
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Pelephone aims for 150k MUSIX subscribers by Christmas

Israeli mobile operator Pelephone is close to signing up its 100,000th subscriber for its MUSIX all-you-can-eat service, and has just added UMG's catalogue. The service is run for Pelephone by Helicon, which has been a long-term...