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DMT 172: Warner & Shazam, American Idol, SongCoin, SoundFocus, wearables

Joining me on Digital Music Trends this week Eliot Van Buskirk from Evolver.fm and Jay Coyle from MusicGeekServices.com, we chat about Warner’s deal with Shazam, 19 Recordings’ suit against Sony Music on American Idol royalties, YouTube’s new playlist features, SongCoin (what is it?), SoundFocus raising capital to save our ears, the Brits ratings drop, the World Mobile Congress and what’s next in the wearable space when it comes to dealing with content.

You can find all the links to the stories we talked about (and links to the stories we didn’t have time to cover) in the show notes here. 

If you enjoyed the show please do leave us a comment on SoundCloud or YouTube, tweet @digimusictrends or share it within your network. The show mostly grows thanks to word of mouth so any help on that front is greatly appreciated.

Have a great week and ’till next time.

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

DMT 172: Warner & Shazam, American Idol, SongCoin, SoundFocus, wearables

Joining me on Digital Music Trends this week Eliot Van Buskirk from Evolver.fm and Jay Coyle from MusicGeekServices.com, we chat about Warner’s deal with Shazam, 19 Recordings’ suit against Sony Music on American Idol royalties, YouTube’s new playlist features, SongCoin (what is it?), SoundFocus raising capital to save our ears, the Brits ratings drop, the World Mobile Congress and what’s next in the wearable space when it comes to dealing with content.

You can find all the links to the stories we talked about (and links to the stories we didn’t have time to cover) in the show notes here. 

If you enjoyed the show please do leave us a comment on SoundCloud or YouTube, tweet @digimusictrends or share it within your network. The show mostly grows thanks to word of mouth so any help on that front is greatly appreciated.

Have a great week and ’till next time.

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

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DMT 172: Warner & Shazam, American Idol, SongCoin, SoundFocus, wearables

Joining me on Digital Music Trends this week Eliot Van Buskirk from Evolver.fm and Jay Cole from MusicGeekServices.com, we chat about Warner’s deal with Shazam, 19 Recordings’ suit against Sony Music on American Idol royalties, YouTube’s new playlist features, SongCoin (what is it?), SoundFocus raising capital to save our ears, the Brits ratings drop, the World Mobile Congress and what’s next in the wearable space when it comes to dealing with content.

Also, in the show I reference to the charity Pablove, founded by the the president of Elektra Records and his wife to fund pediatric cancer research, their annual Rock’n’Roll Golf Tournament is coming up in LA on the 4th of April so if you’re interested check out pablove.org/lagolf.


You can find all the links to the stories we talked about (and links to the stories we didn’t have time to cover) in the show notes here. 

If you enjoyed the show please do leave us a comment on SoundCloud or YouTube, tweet @digimusictrends or share it within your network. The show mostly grows thanks to word of mouth so any help on that front is greatly appreciated.

Have a great week and ’till next time.

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