Tag: Music Industry

Spotify Illustrates the Difference Between Flat Engagement and Real Sentiment

Posted on 14th January, 2020 by Hanna Kahlert in Attention Economy, Attention Saturation, Consumer Engagement, Engagement Metrics, Fandom, Fandom Insight, Music Industry, Music Streaming, Music Subscribers, Music Subscriptions, Post-peak Attention and Spotify

Q3 2019 was a quarter of mixed fortunes for Spotify, with its subscriber base displaying consistent growth, podcasts making a solid early showing, emerging markets demonstrating promise but ad revenue…

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How Will Finance’s Interest in Music Impact the Industry Compared to Big Tech?

Posted on 16th December, 2019 by Zach Fuller in Amazon, Apple, Big Tech, Facebook, Facebook Music, Financial Institutions, Live Music, Music, Music Finance, Music Industry and The Four

With Hipgnosis continuing to acquire copyright, coupled with Warner Music Group and Providence Equity’s announcement of Tempo Music Investments, the finance industry’s interest in the recorded music business continues to…

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10 Trends That Will Reshape the Music Industry

Posted on 3rd April, 2019 by Mark Mulligan in 23 Capital, Albums, Amazon, Amuse, Apple, CDBaby, China, Emerging Markets, India, Laas, Labels As A Services, Latin America, Music Business, Music Business Trends, Music Industry, Netflix, Playlists, Podcasts, Post-album Economics, Radio, Record Labels, Social Music, Splice, Spotify, Streaming Pricing, Tech Major Bundles and Tech Majors

The IFPI has reported that global recorded music revenues have hit $19.1 billion, which means that MIDiA’s own estimates published in March were within 1.6% of the actual results. This revenue growth story is strong…

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