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04 Jan

7 WAYS STREAMING MUSIC WILL CHANGE IN 2017, AFTER ANOTHER CRAZY YEAR.

The music industry continued to adapt to the digital world in 2016. And there's much more chaos and innovation to come. Last year was another eventful one in the history of music. And that was no surprise. In 2016, the music industry saw its first s

02 Jan

Shazam partners with Snapchat

Snapchat has integrated with Shazam so that users can look up a song from within the photo and video sharing app. When music is playing and a person has the Snapchat app open, the individual can press and hold the camera screen to identify the song. In ad

07 Dec

iDitty Cards has arrived to Digital 1 Media Services.

iDitty Cards are the revolutionary way to connect fans to artists and to efficiently distribute music, videos, pictures, and other rich media content. Fans are more engaged, Bands keep more of their own profits, Labels get incremental revenue, and Brands

19 Sep

BMI Rate-Court Judge Rules Against Dept. of Justice’s ‘100 Percent’ Licensing Decision

In a surprise move, BMI’s rate court judge ruled on Friday that fractional licensing is allowed under the consent decree the performing-rights organization operates under, according to a statement from BMI. According to Stanton’s ruling, “The con

02 Sep

YouTube Red in Mexico

Premium video and music streaming service YouTube Red has expanded into Mexico. For that reason they are offering a 30 days free trial. YouTube Red is going to be MX $99/month when purchased on desktop or android (MX $139 on iOS). YouTube Red is now avail

02 Sep

Apple Music launches in South Korea

Apple Music launched in South Korea this August, just one day after it launched in Israel. South Korea is the eighth largest music market in the world. With its expansion into the land of K-pop, Apple leaves out one major part of its service: iTunes (down

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