Thom Yorke still hates the music industry, but he’s already had a huge hand in changing it.
Streaming services like Spotify are helping the music industry claw back to growth.
Given that this is the first increase in more than a decade, the music industry has a legitimate reason to scream, and shout, and let it all out.
Editor's Pick Sean Parker began his tour in the Internet spotlight by blowing up the music industry, and it apparently became sort of a hobby for the serial entrepreneur.
The next big thing for the consumer web could actually come from one of its oldest content verticals: lyrics. Services like RapGenius and TuneWiki are spearheading a new way of publishing and making money from song lyrics.
Today TakeLessons, a site that helps music students find local teachers and allows teachers to manage their business, is whistling a happy tune all the way to the bank.
With the iPhone app Didiom, syncing music files to your phone may become a thing of the past. That’s why we’re choosing Didiom as the first innovative app for VentureBeat’s Mobile App Spotlight.
Newly launched startup Damntheradio hopes to give brands on Facebook an easy to use promotions tool for their Facebook Pages, the promotional presence most companies use to connect with the social network’s 500 million users.