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Having pulled the plug last week on its standalone #music app, Twitter will soon strike up a new chord for its approach to music including a new alliance with Billboard. The company's new strategy will focus on music-related conversations and music
Photo illustration by Eric Blattberg / VentureBeat March 27, 2014 7:56 AM Owning a slice of music streaming giant Spotify may get a lot simpler this fall. The company is reportedly considering a fall IPO, according to Quartz , which cites unnamed
However, fast-forward to today, and the space is occupied by a whole host new entrants, both large and small, that threaten to sink Pandora's growth story once and for all ...However, Pandora's shares have largely continued to thrive even after Apple
CBS-owned music service Last.fm is shutting down its streaming radio subscription service, the company announced today. Last.fm, once a leader among streaming music services, has been scaling back its operations this year to cut costs and refocus the
The following list represents the most viral tracks on Spotify, based on the number of people who shared it divided by the number who listened to it, from Monday, Mar. 17, to Sunday Mar. 23, via Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter and Spotify...Duke Dumont, "I
Streaming music service Spotify is offering students the option of signing up for a monthly subscription for just $5, the company announced today. The move simply opens up the company's current Spotify Premium service to students at a lower rate,
Spotify is wooing U.S. college students with a $5-a-month premium music deal, half off the regular rate. It hopes to entice a generation of music lovers that is more likely to stream music than buy CDs to pay for better features and mobile access.
Sponsored Links The fat lady is warming up for Twitter Music. Twitter confirmed it has shut down the music service in a tweet Friday. Anyone still using the app will be able to use it until April 18. A subsequent tweet indicated Twitter isn't
Apple, which already has iTunes Radio, is hoping to go further in the direction of on-demand music. According to techcrunch, the tech giant has been reportedly been developing new mobile ad technology with a focus on iTunes Radio. If Apple goes on
Later this afternoon, we will be removing Twitter #music from the App Store. If you have the app, it will continue to work until April 18. Twitter Music (@TwitterMusic) March 21, 2014 Twitter #music will be removed from Apple's app store on Friday.