The music industry's growth and success rely on supporting emerging artists, promoting diversity and fueling economic growth. Attending live shows, streaming songs and purchasing music are effective ways to support up-and-coming talent, fostering a vibrant and diverse musical landscape for the future.
'Amazon Music Officially Sucks Now': Prime Members Are Frustrated By the Streaming Service's Overhaul
Amazon Music recently added 98 million songs to its catalog to meet customer demand — but now subscribers are furious about additional changes.
Disctopia, la plataforma que busca que los podcaster y creadores de contenido ganen lo justo por su trabajo
Ahora los artistas independientes, los podcasters y los creadores de contenido tienen la oportunidad de mantener un ingreso estable a través del streaming.
Apple just unveiled major upgrades to the iPhone, its own chips for Macs, and much more.
It's the mobile apps that have not just been conduits for music but also the meaningful triggers for converting listeners into fully-paid subscribers
Rise,shine, achieve with these jams that will pick you up when no one else does
Everybody catches a couple of breaks. What music industry legend Jimmy Iovine did with his made him a rich and wise.
CBS Television Studios announced on Tuesday that Apple Music purchased the first-window rights to the upcoming series, meaning episodes will debut on the technology company's streaming music service.
Apple wants to shake up the current system.
Spotify now boasts of having close to 100 million users in more than 59 markets, despite increasing competition and, so far, a lack of profits.
The rollout of the highly anticipated 1989 World Tour Live has been fraught with issues.
The move was a victory for the tech giant as Swift continues to prove she's at the top of the music business.
The music industry entrepreneur sees streaming as an unstoppable force that will benefit musicians and their fans.
Now that Apple Music is firmly in place, the Beats service is scheduled to fade out by end of month.