Worries about content burnout for musicians have been very much on our radar recently, and now the Guardian has a talked to artists about their fears.
Fitness tech and gaming are two of the exciting new partnership opportunities for music companies and artists, so imagine the excitement when they cross over.
The partnership with startup Curio will “serve as a dedicated global outlet for future officially licensed NFT projects” from UMG’s labels and artists.
New data from Kantar suggests that in one of the world’s biggest music markets, Amazon Music is continuing to grow rapidly.
Audius has big plans for its own-brand $AUDIO tokens: it wants to use them as rewards for both artists and fans using its platform.
Snapchat’s parent company Snap now has licensing deals with rightsholders to power a growing collection of music features in its app.
The Joe Rogan controversies rumble on, but yesterday Spotify revealed its latest moves to become top dog in the podcasting market.
It’s ever-more engaged with the music industry, but how is games firm Roblox’s core business doing? Yesterday it revealed its latest financial results.
Is Snoop Dogg getting rich off NFTs? The public stats from his recently-launched ‘stash box’ project with Gala Games offer some clues.
“In light of recent industry-wide conversations, we want to be clear that we expect all partnerships to be in alignment with our inclusive values.”
It’s a year since Spotify launched in South Korea, and the company says that it is now averaging 7.97bn monthly K-Pop streams worldwide.
“Total revenue exceeded expectations and our operating losses were lower than initially planned,” explained the company.