Tag: sony

Why PlayStation Now’s Price Cut Alone Is Not Enough To Compete

Posted on 2nd October, 2019 by Karol Severin in Games, Games Streaming, Games Subscriptions, Gaming, Playstation Now, Ps Now and Sony

PlayStation’s gaming proposition has gone down from ‘the most expensive by far’ to just ‘the most expensive’. However, keeping the most expensive proposition will be in line with a strategy which gives Sony the best chances of weathering the ongoing games subscriptions/streaming storm:

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Are Prices For Music Publishing Catalogue Acquisitions Justified?

Posted on 15th February, 2019 by Zach Fuller in Hipgnosis, Music Catalogue, Music Finance, Music Investment, Music Masters, Music Publishing, Music Rights, Primary Wave, Round Hill Music Group, Sony, UMG, Warner Music Group and WMG

Scooter Braun and Zach Katz’s venture Raised In Space Enterprises, owned by Braun’s Ithica Holdings, announced last week it had acquired New York-based Atlas Music Publishing. The deal was the latest…

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Ad-supported Strategies Are Playing A Growing Role In The Digital Economy

Posted on 21st January, 2019 by Mark Mulligan in Amazon, Apple, Attention Economy, Attention Economy Peak, Cambridge Analytica, Essence Global, Facebook, Freemium, Making Free Pay, Netflix, Playstation, Premium. Privacy, Sony, Spotify, Streaming, Subscriptions, Uk Tv, Vevo and Xbox

2018 was a big year for subscriptions, across music (Spotify on target to hit 92 million subscribers), video (global subscriptions passed half a billion), games (98 million Xbox Live and…

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