Though it’s a bold move for Vevo, it’s not unexpected considering the ongoing battle between YouTube and German copyright society GEMA, which began in 2009.
Roaming the Outside Lands festival this weekend, I bumped into a startup that wants to make radio relevant and cool again. Ever heard of TuneIn?
Google may release its music streaming service at its major developer conference this week. It is reported that the company has signed licensing deals with music industry giants.
Feed Media is a new, mysterious company out of music-streaming service Fuzz founder Jeff Yasuda. The company has a $1.1 million seed round, and an ex-MTV big wig on the board.
With dark, Apple-shaped clouds approaching, Pandora CEO Joe Kennedy is stepping down.
It’s hard out there for a major streaming music service, Pandora says.
Continued uncertainty about financial stability in Europe and a government deadlock in the United States struck publicly-traded equities on Thursday, sending the tech-heavy NASDAQ index down 3.3 percent and below a technical level of support that might indicate future weakness.
Editor's Pick There’s a digital music revolution afoot. For the price of a single iTunes album, you can stream a month’s worth of songs from millions of choices while at home or on the go. But there’s so much movement and so much competition that it’s hard to keep track of all the companies worthy of your hard-earned cash.
Subscription music service MOG on Wednesday announced it will launch a free on-demand component to its service tomorrow, in a move that will help it better challenge players like Spotify and Grooveshark.
Social networking site Facebook will launch its long-rumored music service at its annual developer conference f8 this year, according to a report by CNBC.
European music service Spotify has only been available in the U.S. for a few weeks and it’s already being hit with a patent infringement lawsuit from little-known mobile media company PacketVideo.
The much-hyped European music service Spotify is launching today in the U.S. We covered the news yesterday, but a few of the more important details, such as pricing and levels or service, weren’t available until now.
European music streaming service Spotify will launch in the United States on Thursday.
Much-hyped European music service Spotify plans to launch this week with a slow, invite-only process to add members, according to a Mashable report.
European streaming music startup Spotify is finally about to open its service to people in the United States.
Share prices of online radio service Pandora skidded in its second day of public trading on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), falling nearly 25 percent from its closing price on Wednesday. Shares are now trading at a price below the company’s initial public offering price of $16.
Pandora’s trading debut on the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE) went well, but it wasn’t met with the same fanfare that greeted LinkedIn, a business social network went public in May.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs shed some light on the fabled “iTunes in the cloud” rumors today, but it wasn’t quite what everyone expected.
Spotify, the much-hyped music streaming company from Sweden, announced today that it has reached one million paying subscribers. Unlike most other music startups, which seek to cover the high cost of licensing music from record labels through advertising revenues, Spotify has been insistent about sticking to its freemium model, in which it gives away some services in the hopes of convincing some users to pay for more.
European music streaming service Spotify now has 320,000 paid subscribers, said chief executive Daniel Ek, speaking at the South by Southwest Interactive conference in Austin today. But he couldn’t give a firm date on when the service would come to the U.S.
MOG, a music blogging network that recently launched an all-you-can-eat streaming service, raised $9.5 million in a round led by Menlo Ventures and Balderton Capital.