Music’s digital revolution has not only transformed the way we consume, but also paved the way for new business models to develop on the back-end.
Tidal, never understanding its late market entrant position, never understood the market dynamics of the streaming music service well enough capture share.
As the Swedish music service prepares to list its shares on the NYSE in the next few months, investors wonder about the sustainability of its business model: will the world’s largest streaming company stand up to quarterly pressures and convince shareholders of their long-term plan?
How Spotify loses itself to music, and what if it goes public?
WaveVR has created a compelling app to experience live music in a virtual world.
Creating a New Dimension of Music
TheWaveVR is a platform that enables immersive VR music experiences.
This is the story of Tradiio, a music startup that launched as a crowdsourced virtual stock market for emerging artists and later pivoted to become a direct-to-fan crowdfunding platform.
Steam: From pushing game updates to a digital distribution platform
Bonnaroo music festival uses iBeacons to enhance the concert going experience and capture big data