Étiquette : streaming (Page 2 of 4)

“YouTube Music is Google’s most direct competitor to Spotify yet, coming with “a reimagined mobile app” and a new desktop player, both of them designed specifically for music. The YouTube advantage, argues Google, is that it will combine all the official versions of songs with access to “thousands” of related playlists, remixes, covers, live versions, and of course, music videos. Google’s AI mastery is also being integrated into YouTube Music, with the promise that the app will discover songs either by lyric or just a general description”.

Source : YouTube Music and YouTube Premium announced as YouTube Red replacements – The Verge

Back in 2015…

Today, the video giant is rolling out a new app, YouTube Music, that attempts to capitalize on its dominance in this space. The app is free, and you can use it in free, ad-supported mode, but it becomes a lot more powerful and interesting if you pay for a YouTube Red subscription.

Source : YouTube Music is here, and it’s a game changer | The Verge

« We’re constantly uncovering new habits in our streaming intelligence to teach us more about how people stream — we call it Understanding People Through Music ».

Source : Spotify.me

« Ces plates-formes, toutes encore déficitaires, comme Deezer ou Spotify, reversent plus de 70 % de leur chiffre d’affaires aux producteurs, aux éditeurs et aux ayants droit. […]
Suzanne Combo, déléguée générale de la Guilde des artistes de la musique (GAM), assure que « les grands gagnants du streaming restent les majors. Les contrats des artistes, tous confidentiels et qui varient selon leur notoriété, ne sont pas adaptés car ils sont calqués sur l’ancien modèle de la vente des disques ». Selon elle, le contrat prévoit pour l’artiste de 10 à 12 % des « sommes nettes encaissées par le producteur ». L’assiette reste, selon Mme Combo, « opaque et douteuse puisque le producteur n’a plus de frais de stockage ni de fabrication, comme pour un CD. De plus, l’artiste finance une partie de la promotion. Si bien qu’à la fin il ne touche souvent pas plus de 5 % ». »

Source : Le succès  du streaming ne profite guère aux artistes

Music streaming hailed as industry’s saviour as labels enjoy profit surge


“You don’t even have to be a hardcore music fan for it to seem like good value. People who previously thought they weren’t that into music, or didn’t like artists enough to buy entire albums, are now discovering they are far more interested in music than they thought. I think streaming has woken people up to how music can really find its place in your life.”

Source : Music streaming hailed as industry’s saviour as labels enjoy profit surge | Technology | The Guardian

BPI Chief Executive Geoff Taylor says that it’s time for web services and related companies to stop supporting similar operations. “It’s time to stop illegal sites like this building huge fortunes by ripping off artists and labels. Fans have access now to a fantastic range of legal music streaming services, but they can only exist if we take action to tackle the online black market,” Taylor says.

Source : YouTube-MP3 Ripping Site Sued By IFPI, RIAA and BPI – TorrentFreak

La façon de regarder la télé n’a finalement pas beaucoup évolué depuis 30 ans. Aujourd’hui, Molotov révolutionne la façon dont on accède à la télévision.

C’est dit !

Source : Molotov.tv

A cat and mouse game between Netflix and its users over geo-blocked content has begun in Australia. Last week, Netflix announced it would be cracking down on customers who use software to watch content only available outside their own country, blocking proxies and virtual private networks (VPNs).

Source : Netflix fires first shot in battle with VPNs | The Verge

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