PVRP Music Marketing Trends_ Nov 2019

Music Marketing Trends: November 2019

1) Billboard Live Music Summit 2019: 4 Big Takeaways

Last week’s Billboard Live Music Summit was designed to provide an overview of the modern concert touring business. But unlike its conference peers, Billboard Live didn’t just showcase the industry’s biggest players but included its brightest upstarts and future leaders. [Continue Reading]   

2) Sound Royalties Offers Musicians A Funding Alternative

Artist-friendly finance specialists Sound Royalties is pioneering a new way for musicians d.i.y, indie and major label; to finance their projects. CEO, Alex Heiche, a Nashville resident. [Continue Reading]  

3) How To Tour In The Winter (Hint: Don’t)

In reality, touring in the wintertime isn’t always actually that bad, but doing so does necessitate an extra level of planning in order to ensure your shows are a success, and that you can actually get from venue to venue safely. [Continue Reading]

4) YouTube vs TikTok: Which Is Better For Your Marketing Initiatives?

Video marketing has become a major part of just about every artist’s marketing campaign and has fueled an uptick video content creation. But choosing which platform to release said content on has become a tricky choice and often depends on which meshes better with a given artist’s brand. [Continue Reading]

5) Soundcloud Launches Promote On SoundCloud Self-service Marketing Platform

SoundCloud has launched Promote on SoundCloud, a self-service promotional tool for artists to boost their original tracks to the top of listeners’ Soundcloud feeds and mobile homepages. Promote on Soundcloud. [Continue Reading]

6) Classical Music Streaming Service IDAGIO Adds Free Tier

Classical music streamer IDAGIO has added a free ad-supported tier. IDAGIO Free launches today in 190 countries with 2 million recordings [Continue Reading]

7) Tencent Music Reports Impressive Q3 Revenue, Subscriber Growth

China-based streamer Tencent Music reported impressive revenue and subscriber growth for the third fiscal quarter of 2019. According to unaudited financial statements from Tencent, revenue for the quarter hit $910. [Continue Reading]

8) Brain Drain At Spotify HQ

While Spotify’s number may look great (113 million paid subscribers is nothing to sneeze at) the company seems to be going through quite a bit of turmoil behind the scenes, and suffering serious brain drain in the process. [Continue Reading]

 

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Emerging Technologies Altering How We Consume Music

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Altering How We Consume Music

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This is a graph showing the explosion of the streaming music’s popularity. http://www.statista.com/chart/2061/digital-music-growth/

This is a graph showing the explosion of the streaming music’s popularity. http://www.statista.com/chart/2061/digital-music-growth/

Music, along with all art, has been an essential part of society for a very long time. Music has been ever evolving from Elizabethan Era instruments, to folk singers, to the disco era, to the electronic era of today. As we have advanced technologically in society, the way we consume music has inevitably been transforming as well. The music industry has been under constant change since it’s existence, within the past decade we have seen a massive shift of how we consume music; from listening to music on the radio and CD’s, to internet radio and mp3’s, and most recently we have seen a surge in music streaming services that is diminishing ownership of personal music libraries.

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