Reggaeton, K-Pop and Afrobeats are just three of the non-Anglo genres that have surged globally in the streaming era. Is Mandopop next?
The company has announced plans to suspend its streaming service in Taiwan, describing the decision as a “service transition”.
We’re used to referring to Line Music as a Japanese music-streaming service, but this week it’s set to expand to Taiwan, according to the Taiwan News. “According to Central News Agency, […]
Taiwanese music firm Omusic is launching its own version of Shazam: a music and humming recognition service.
It’ll help people identify songs that are playing in the real world, as well as getting them to hum into their smartphone’s microphone.
Still predominately a physical business, digital income in Taiwan is expected to overtake that from CDs next year. Its revenues have been flip-flopping in recent years; but subscription streaming, now 80% of digital income, is the great hope and will achieve what downloading never managed to do in the country – breaking from a niche […]
Taipei-based KKBOX is setting its sights on the US with its desktop and mobile streaming music service. However, it’s got a clear USP – it’ll be focusing on Chinese-language songs, for Chinese-Americans.
Graduated response schemes may have run into problems elsewhere in the world, but Taiwan has just passed an amendment to its copyright act introducing a three-strikes provision, where ISPs will be able to restrict the internet access of persistent file-sharers.