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DMT 138: Tunewiki, Apple & Indies, lucrative leaks, Pink Floyd “school” Pandora, Uberstations & more

This week on Digital Music Trends I chat with Darren Hemmings (Motive Unknown) and Tom Satchwell (BeatsontoastFortitude PR). It’s a busy week as we tackle Tunewiki’s closure, the rumours surrounding iTunes Radio and the indie sector, the idea of Jay-Z’s Samsung deal being a controlled (& lucrative) leak, Spotify apps (where to?), Sony Music Unlimited and Xbox Music expanding their feature sets, Amazon to launch AutoRip in Germany, C3S crowdfunding, Saavn striking a deal with Tata Docomo, music streaming app Anghami reaching 2m users, Pink Floyd “schooling” Pandora in an editorial on USA Today & finally an interview with Michael Robertson on his new startup Uberstations.

You can find the shownotes with links to the articles discussed here: http://bit.ly/DMT138notes and below the show’s timeline and links to specific points on YouTube (make sure you subscribe to DMT’s YouTube channel)

00:15 Introduction & Guests
01:41 Tunewiki announces closure
11:11 iTunes Radio and the Indies
17:45 Jay-Z and Kanye West album releases – strategies?
26:20 Spotify Apps, how do they help artists and where are they heading?
35:00 Sony Music Unlimited releases iOS update with offline music playing
41:55 Xbox Music to announce a web-based version of the service (at long last…) ?
44:55 Amazon reaches a deal with GEMA to launch AutoRip in Germany
45:55 C3S to launch a crowdfunding campaign to kick start the project of a new pan-European collection society with Creative Commons provisions
50:15 Saavn strikes a deal with Tata Docomo, one of the country’s largest mobile operators
51:06 Anghami reaches 2 million users concentrating on Middle East and Northern African territories
52:08 Pink Floyd criticise Pandora in an editorial for USA Today –
01:00:10 Guest plugs – Darren: Eliza and the Bear, Spring Offensive, Houndstooth
Tom: Beatsontoast.wordpress.com & Fortitude Pr
01:02:25 An interview with Michael Robertson on his new startup Uberstations
01:10:23 Outro and end

Have a great week and ’till next time!

Andrea Leonelli
http://www.digitalmusictrends.com
http://www.twitter.com/digimusictrends

DMT 138: Tunewiki, Apple & Indies, lucrative leaks, Pink Floyd “school” Pandora, Uberstations & more

This week on Digital Music Trends I chat with Darren Hemmings (Motive Unknown) and Tom Satchwell (BeatsontoastFortitude PR). It’s a busy week as we tackle Tunewiki’s closure, the rumours surrounding iTunes Radio and the indie sector, the idea of Jay-Z’s Samsung deal being a controlled (& lucrative) leak, Spotify apps (where to?), Sony Music Unlimited and Xbox Music expanding their feature sets, Amazon to launch AutoRip in Germany, C3S crowdfunding, Saavn striking a deal with Tata Docomo, music streaming app Anghami reaching 2m users, Pink Floyd “schooling” Pandora in an editorial on USA Today & finally an interview with Michael Robertson on his new startup Uberstations.

You can find the shownotes with links to the articles discussed here: http://bit.ly/DMT138notes and below the show’s timeline and links to specific points on YouTube (make sure you subscribe to DMT’s YouTube channel)

00:15 Introduction & Guests
01:41 Tunewiki announces closure
11:11 iTunes Radio and the Indies
17:45 Jay-Z and Kanye West album releases – strategies?
26:20 Spotify Apps, how do they help artists and where are they heading?
35:00 Sony Music Unlimited releases iOS update with offline music playing
41:55 Xbox Music to announce a web-based version of the service (at long last…) ?
44:55 Amazon reaches a deal with GEMA to launch AutoRip in Germany
45:55 C3S to launch a crowdfunding campaign to kick start the project of a new pan-European collection society with Creative Commons provisions
50:15 Saavn strikes a deal with Tata Docomo, one of the country’s largest mobile operators
51:06 Anghami reaches 2 million users concentrating on Middle East and Northern African territories
52:08 Pink Floyd criticise Pandora in an editorial for USA Today –
01:00:10 Guest plugs – Darren: Eliza and the Bear, Spring Offensive, Houndstooth
Tom: Beatsontoast.wordpress.com & Fortitude Pr
01:02:25 An interview with Michael Robertson on his new startup Uberstations
01:10:23 Outro and end

Have a great week and ’till next time!

Andrea Leonelli
http://www.digitalmusictrends.com
http://www.twitter.com/digimusictrends

DMT 130: SiriusXM, #Music, Morrissey, Shazam + Future Music Camp Interviews

This week on Digital Music Trends first a quick news round-up covering the latest on SiriusXM, Twitter #Music, iTunes, Amanda Palmer’s shout-out to Morrissey, Shazam and the compilation market in the UK.

Then a few interviews recorded at Future Music Camp 2013 in Mannheim. The event, organized by the Popakademie, saw students, music industry and startups come together to discuss some of the hottest issues in the digital space. On this episode I interview representatives from Universal Music A&R, BMW music & apps division, Odyssey Music Network artist management and startup Endore.me.

Check out the timeline below to skip to a specific news story (on YouTube)

Andrea Leonelli (digitalmusictrends.com / twitter.com/digimusictrends)

00:01 Introduction
NEWS
01:25 SiriusXM’s earnings
02:33 Twitter #Music’s slides from the App Charts
04:08 Happy birthday to you! iTunes is 10 years old…
05:09 Amanda Palmer writes an open letter to Morrissey suggesting that he crowdfunds his new record
06:56 Compilations market keeps growing in the UK
08:07 Shazam announces a new CEO
INTERVIEWS
09:43 Peter Burgner — Entertainment and Music Apps division – BMW — recorded IN a car… Peter shows off the latest dashboard technology from BMW that detects and interfaces directly with the apps on your phone.
17:22 Julian Krohn — A&R Manager — Universal Music. I ask Julian about the evolution of the role of A&R within a label. What are the responsibilities of A&R today? How does an act get discovered? How does A&R work effectively with both the digital marketing units of a label and artists’ management? How is the YouTube/GEMA standoff affecting artists in Germany?
29:48 Ryan Rauscher — Project Manager – SMIX.LAB (Popakademie). Ryan is a long time organizer of the Future Music Camp, we talk about how the event has evolved over the past five years as well as students’ involvement and their uptake of new services.
36:42 Tobias Schiwek — Founder and CEO — Endore.me. Tobias, one of the founders of music streaming service Simfy, talks about his new startup that aims to be the Flipboard for entertainment. The app aggregates all relevant information on artists allowing fans to follow what their favorite acts are doing without having to visit a variety of different platforms.
43:08 Ulysses Hüppauff — Founder – Odyssey Music Network. Ulysses started the management company Odyssey after a number of years at Universal and Sony music, the company has built a solid roster of international artists including Apocalyptica. We talk about the evolution of management’s role as it becomes the hub for most of the artist’s activities. Ulysses is also working closely with Pledge music and has conducted a number of successful campaigns on the platform in Germany

DMT 130: SiriusXM, #Music, Morrissey, Shazam + Future Music Camp Interviews

This week on Digital Music Trends first a quick news round-up covering the latest on SiriusXM, Twitter #Music, iTunes, Amanda Palmer’s shout-out to Morrissey, Shazam and the compilation market in the UK.

Then a few interviews recorded at Future Music Camp 2013 in Mannheim. The event, organized by the Popakademie, saw students, music industry and startups come together to discuss some of the hottest issues in the digital space. On this episode I interview representatives from Universal Music A&R, BMW music & apps division, Odyssey Music Network artist management and startup Endore.me.

Check out the timeline below to skip to a specific news story (on YouTube)

Andrea Leonelli (digitalmusictrends.com / twitter.com/digimusictrends)

00:01 Introduction
NEWS
01:25 SiriusXM’s earnings
02:33 Twitter #Music’s slides from the App Charts
04:08 Happy birthday to you! iTunes is 10 years old…
05:09 Amanda Palmer writes an open letter to Morrissey suggesting that he crowdfunds his new record
06:56 Compilations market keeps growing in the UK
08:07 Shazam announces a new CEO
INTERVIEWS
09:43 Peter Burgner — Entertainment and Music Apps division – BMW — recorded IN a car… Peter shows off the latest dashboard technology from BMW that detects and interfaces directly with the apps on your phone.
17:22 Julian Krohn — A&R Manager — Universal Music. I ask Julian about the evolution of the role of A&R within a label. What are the responsibilities of A&R today? How does an act get discovered? How does A&R work effectively with both the digital marketing units of a label and artists’ management? How is the YouTube/GEMA standoff affecting artists in Germany?
29:48 Ryan Rauscher — Project Manager – SMIX.LAB (Popakademie). Ryan is a long time organizer of the Future Music Camp, we talk about how the event has evolved over the past five years as well as students’ involvement and their uptake of new services.
36:42 Tobias Schiwek — Founder and CEO — Endore.me. Tobias, one of the founders of music streaming service Simfy, talks about his new startup that aims to be the Flipboard for entertainment. The app aggregates all relevant information on artists allowing fans to follow what their favorite acts are doing without having to visit a variety of different platforms.
43:08 Ulysses Hüppauff — Founder – Odyssey Music Network. Ulysses started the management company Odyssey after a number of years at Universal and Sony music, the company has built a solid roster of international artists including Apocalyptica. We talk about the evolution of management’s role as it becomes the hub for most of the artist’s activities. Ulysses is also working closely with Pledge music and has conducted a number of successful campaigns on the platform in Germany.

Episode 130 of Digital Music Trends

DMT 130: SiriusXM, #Music, Morrissey, Shazam + Future Music Camp Interviews

This week on Digital Music Trends first a quick news round-up covering the latest on SiriusXM, Twitter #Music, iTunes, Amanda Palmer’s shout-out to Morrissey, Shazam and the compilation market in the UK.

Then a few interviews recorded at Future Music Camp 2013 in Mannheim. The event, organized by the Popakademie, saw students, music industry and startups come together to discuss some of the hottest issues in the digital space. On this episode I interview representatives from Universal Music A&R, BMW music & apps division, Odyssey Music Network artist management and startup Endore.me.

Check out the timeline below to skip to a specific news story (on YouTube)

Andrea Leonelli (digitalmusictrends.com / twitter.com/digimusictrends)


00:01 Introduction
NEWS
01:25 SiriusXM’s earnings
02:33 Twitter #Music’s slides from the App Charts
04:08 Happy birthday to you! iTunes is 10 years old…
05:09 Amanda Palmer writes an open letter to Morrissey suggesting that he crowdfunds his new record
06:56 Compilations market keeps growing in the UK
08:07 Shazam announces a new CEO
INTERVIEWS
09:43 Peter Burgner — Entertainment and Music Apps division – BMW — recorded IN a car… Peter shows off the latest dashboard technology from BMW that detects and interfaces directly with the apps on your phone.
17:22 Julian Krohn — A&R Manager — Universal Music. I ask Julian about the evolution of the role of A&R within a label. What are the responsibilities of A&R today? How does an act get discovered? How does A&R work effectively with both the digital marketing units of a label and artists’ management? How is the YouTube/GEMA standoff affecting artists in Germany?
29:48 Ryan Rauscher — Project Manager – SMIX.LAB (Popakademie). Ryan is a long time organizer of the Future Music Camp, we talk about how the event has evolved over the past five years as well as students’ involvement and their uptake of new services.
36:42 Tobias Schiwek — Founder and CEO — Endore.me. Tobias, one of the founders of music streaming service Simfy, talks about his new startup that aims to be the Flipboard for entertainment. The app aggregates all relevant information on artists allowing fans to follow what their favorite acts are doing without having to visit a variety of different platforms.
43:08 Ulysses Hüppauff — Founder – Odyssey Music Network. Ulysses started the management company Odyssey after a number of years at Universal and Sony music, the company has built a solid roster of international artists including Apocalyptica. We talk about the evolution of management’s role as it becomes the hub for most of the artist’s activities. Ulysses is also working closely with Pledge music and has conducted a number of successful campaigns on the platform in Germany.