Google has added a feature to transfer music and playlists from Google Play Music to YouTube Music, with the former to finally shut down later this year.
I take a look at my current favorite music streaming services and music player software, both on desktop and mobile platforms.
The RIAA reports that streaming music made up 75% of music industry revenue for 2018, while physical media sales continue to decline.
The RIAA reports that streaming continues to grow in prominence, making up three-fourths of US music industry revenue for the first half of 2018.
Google’s announced a set of revamps to its online music services. Will YouTube Music prove any more successful than Google Play Music?
Streaming’s now the undisputed champ in the United States, as the RIAA reports that two-thirds of US music revenue in 2017 came from streaming.
Compact disc sales are at their lowest point since 1987, according to latest figures. The long-term future of the once-ubiquitous music format looks dim.
According to a Nielsen study, as of the first half of 2017, R&B and hip-hop are now the most popular music genres, displacing rock.
The Fraunhofer Institute recently ended collecting license fees on the MP3 format, declaring the format “dead.” But is it really at its end?
Streaming music now makes up a majority of all US music industry revenues. Still, revenue’s below the industry’s late 90’s high point in sales.