Tag: streaming music

Four Companies That Could Buy Spotify

Posted on 15th February, 2017 by Mark Mulligan in 1 Billion, 21st Century Fox, Alibaba, Amc Theatres, Baidu, Baidu Music, Beyond Oblivion, Dalian Wanda, Debt, Investment, IPO, News Corp, QQ Music, Snapchat, Softbank, Spotify, Spotify Debt, Spotify Investors, Spotify Ipo, Streaming Music and Tencent

For much of 2016 it looked nailed on that Spotify would IPO in 2017 and that the recorded music industry would move onto its next chapter, for better or for…

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Introducing MIDiA's Streaming Music Health Check

Posted on 10th January, 2017 by Mark Mulligan in 2nd Quarter 2016, Curation, Digital Music, Digital Music Revenue, Global Music Market, Label Revenue, Major Label Revenue, Music Services, Music Streaming, Music Subscriptions, On Demand, Playlists, Q2 2016, Recorded Music Market, Streaming, Streaming Music, Streaming Playlists, Streaming Revenue, Streaming Services, Subscription Services and Subscriptions

We are pleased to announce the arrival of the following MIDiA report on our report store: ‘Streaming Music Health Check: Streaming’s Watershed Moment’. You can purchase the report here. MIDiA Research…

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Experience Should Be Everything In 2017

Posted on 16th December, 2016 by Mark Mulligan in Apple Music, Deezer, Design, Disruption, Google Play, Google Play Music All Access, Music Apps, Music Subscriptions, Napster, Spotify, Streaming, Streaming Innovation, Streaming Music, Subscriptions, Ui, User Experience, User Interface and Ux

2017 is going to be a big year for streaming. Spotify will likely IPO, paid subscribers will pass the 100 million mark in Q1, playlists will boom. 2017 will build upon…

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