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A New Spotify Initiative Makes the Big Record Labels Nervous - The New York Times
Spotify typically pays a record label around 52 percent of the revenue generated by each stream, or play, of a given song. The label, in turn, pays the artist a royalty of anywhere from 15 percent to, in some cases, 50 percent of its cut. By agreeing to a direct licensing deal with Spotify, artists and their representatives are able to keep the whole payout.
Spotify  rates 
16 hours ago by adamconner7
The Echo Nest Blog
The Echo Nest Joins Spotify!
EchoNest  Spotify 
yesterday by tgarret
dinofizz/diskplayer: Diskplayer is a project which uses 3.5" floppy disks to play albums on Spotify using a Raspberry Pi. This repo contains the code for the player and recorder software.
Diskplayer is a project which uses 3.5" floppy disks to play albums on Spotify using a Raspberry Pi. This repo contains the code for the player and recorder software. - dinofizz/diskplayer
golang  music  spotify  player  raspberrypi 
2 days ago by geetarista
Twitter
Il ne fait plus aucun doute que le leader du streaming musical avec sa dernière acquisition…
Spotify  from twitter_favs
2 days ago by bperrier
Spotify's standalone Kids app rolled out in the UK and Australia
Spotify has expanded the availability of its standalone kids app to the UK and Australia. Spotify Kids is now available in Australia, the UK, Ireland, Denmark, Sweden, and New Zealand and will eventually roll out to all markets that have Premium Family. Initially launched in in beta in Ireland in October 2019, the app is exclusive to Spotify Premium Family subscribers and intended for children, ages three and older. The app is ad free and parents can select the “Audio for Younger Kids” or “Audio for Older Kids” options.
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2 days ago by motiveunknown
Above Avalon: Spotify Is Evolving
In early 2019, Spotify began betting big on podcasts. Since the start of 2019, Spotify has spent more than $600 million buying Gimlet Media, Anchor, Parcast, and most recently, The Ringer. By getting into podcasts in a big way, Spotify is trying to evolve from a dedicated music streaming service dependent on music rights holders for achieving profitability to an audio company with a platform delivering audio entertainment to as many people as possible.

Spotify’s financial picture stands to improve if the company can better monetize its 280M subscribers. One of the primary goals in developing an audio platform consisting of podcasts is to generate higher gross margins by having subscribers spend time listening to something other than music. With a captive audience of hundreds of millions of people, Spotify is in an interesting position to be more of an advertising company. In the future, Spotify’s long-term strategy may include having third-party developers create new kinds of audio experiences.
spotify  music  podcast  future  advertising  trends 
3 days ago by dancall

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