Another streaming service falls.
Prepare for some ‘strayan-made turntness.
Following a bunch of successful live events in the US.
Reports have surfaced that Google will reveal its new music subscription service tomorrow at the company’s annual software developers I/O Conference in San Francisco. Google has signed licensing deals with the world’s top 3 major labels Warner Music Group, Universal Music Group and Sony Music Entertainment ahead of the service’s debut. The news means Google
Online streaming giant Pandora has seen its shares dive by 17 per cent following talk of Apple‘s plans to potentially tap into the music-streaming market.
Online personalised radio service Pandora has finally reached Australia, after being originally founded in 2000. Finally reaching our land girt by sea, Pandora co-founder Tim Westergren expressed great joy that the long road to Australia had finally been travelled.
The new age of music distribution is upon us. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again; the music industry is due for a change and now, Australia is about to jump onboard with the next global shift in how we hear music. Going down to your local record shop is well and truly