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DMT 184: Spotify Business, SoundCloud & Twitter, Deadmau5 subs, Digital Medieval, Lovelive TV

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This week a really packed episode of Digital Music Trends: my guests are Christiane Kinney (http://musicalredhead.com & partner at LeClairRyan) and Alejandro Marin (http://lamasmusica.com & http://themusicpimp.com), but on this show we also have appearances from Andreas Liffgarden co-founder of Soundtrack Your Brand who talks to us about Spotify Business, the CEO of Upfront Ray Lee the company that created the Deadmau5 subscription app and an extract from my interview with Jeremy Silver on his new book Digital Medieval.

On this week’s show of course the we cover the short-lived possibility of Twitter acquiring SoundCloud, the lawsuit against Beats Music, the Michael Jackson hologram at the Billboard Music Awards, the majors making an investment in Shazam, and Lovelive tv launching on LG smart TVs.

I really hope you enjoy the show and please do send any feedback you may have on what we talked about or on stories we may have missed out on to contact@digitalmusictrends.com or to @digimusictrends on Twitter.

Have a fantastic week and ’till next time!

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

DMT 184: Spotify Business, SoundCloud & Twitter, Deadmau5 subs, Digital Medieval, Lovelive TV

Subscribe to the Digital Music Trends weekly newsletter on http://bit.ly/dmtlist

This week a really packed episode of Digital Music Trends: my guests are Christiane Kinney (http://musicalredhead.com & partner at LeClairRyan) and Alejandro Marin (http://lamasmusica.com & http://themusicpimp.com), but on this show we also have appearances from Andreas Liffgarden co-founder of Soundtrack Your Brand who talks to us about Spotify Business, the CEO of Upfront Ray Lee the company that created the Deadmau5 subscription app and an extract from my interview with Jeremy Silver on his new book Digital Medieval.

On this week’s show of course the we cover the short-lived possibility of Twitter acquiring SoundCloud, the lawsuit against Beats Music, the Michael Jackson hologram at the Billboard Music Awards, the majors making an investment in Shazam, and Lovelive tv launching on LG smart TVs.

I really hope you enjoy the show and please do send any feedback you may have on what we talked about or on stories we may have missed out on to contact@digitalmusictrends.com or to @digimusictrends on Twitter.

Have a fantastic week and ’till next time!

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

alejandro marin, andrea leonelli, christiane kinney, andreas liffgraden, ray lee, jeremy silver

DMT 184: Spotify Business, SoundCloud & Twitter, Deadmau5 subs, Digital Medieval, Lovelive TV

Subscribe to the Digital Music Trends weekly newsletter on http://bit.ly/dmtlist

This week a really packed episode of Digital Music Trends: my guests are Christiane Kinney (http://musicalredhead.com & partner at LeClairRyan) and Alejandro Marin (http://lamasmusica.com & http://themusicpimp.com), but on this show we also have appearances from Andreas Liffgarden co-founder of Soundtrack Your Brand who talks to us about Spotify Business, the CEO of Upfront Ray Lee the company that created the Deadmau5 subscription app and an extract from my interview with Jeremy Silver on his new book Digital Medieval.

On this week’s show of course the we cover the short-lived possibility of Twitter acquiring SoundCloud, the lawsuit against Beats Music, the Michael Jackson hologram at the Billboard Music Awards, the majors making an investment in Shazam, and Lovelive tv launching on LG smart TVs.


I really hope you enjoy the show and please do send any feedback you may have on what we talked about or on stories we may have missed out on to contact@digitalmusictrends.com or to @digimusictrends on Twitter.

Have a fantastic week and ’till next time!

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

DMT 120: Web Radio, Apple’s 25 billion, BPI, Parlophone and Daisy

This week on Digital Music Trends I’m joined by Taishi Fukuyama (All Access Today Japan) and Sam Taylor (CMU, Great Escape Conference).

In what was a technically challenging show (those who follow the video version will see what I mean) we managed eventually to chat about:

– Pandora’s latest numbers, Web Radio, market saturation and Apple’s potential entry

– Apple’s 25 billion iTunes music sales

– Some interesting numbers from the latest BPI report on brand awareness for streaming services in the UK

– News from Japan as mobile carriers abandon walled gardens and look at cross-carrier content services and also the iPhone becoming the no.1 seller in the country for 2012

– Grammy predictions game, how did Spotify and Shazam do and what does it mean?

– Parlophone and the significance of the acquisition by Warner

– Daisy’s latest announcements including a summer launch, 100 people working on playlists and more

You can find the shownotes here.

I hope you enjoy the show, have a great week and ’till next time!

Andrea Leonelli

DMT 120: Web Radio, Apple’s 25 billion, BPI, Parlophone and Daisy

This week on Digital Music Trends I’m joined by Taishi Fukuyama (All Access Today Japan) and Sam Taylor (CMU, Great Escape Conference).

In what was a technically challenging show (those who follow the video version will see what I mean) we managed eventually to chat about:

– Pandora’s latest numbers, Web Radio, market saturation and Apple’s potential entry

– Apple’s 25 billion iTunes music sales

– Some interesting numbers from the latest BPI report on brand awareness for streaming services in the UK

– News from Japan as mobile carriers abandon walled gardens and look at cross-carrier content services and also the iPhone becoming the no.1 seller in the country for 2012

– Grammy predictions game, how did Spotify and Shazam do and what does it mean?

– Parlophone and the significance of the acquisition by Warner

– Daisy’s latest announcements including a summer launch, 100 people working on playlists and more

You can find the shownotes here.

I hope you enjoy the show, have a great week and ’till next time!

Andrea Leonelli