There’s no dearth of options to store, catalogue and share your music collection. Whether your preference is paid premium services or stripped-down free apps, cloud storage or mp3s, there’s a service for you.
But sometimes, excessive choice has drawbacks. You can’t share your latest Spotify playlist with a friend who uses Deezer, for example. Nor can your… [Read more on Paste Magazine]
Over three quarters (83 per cent) of 16-24 year olds use YouTube as a music platform rather than a video platform, research from youth insights consultancy Voxburner has found.
Just over half of respondents (56 per cent) said they used iTunes or the… [Read more on The Drum]
While studies have shown that TV is still the main channel for entertainment across all age groups, Africa’s largest population group (15-24s), regard the internet as a provider of entertainment, much like TV, and this trend has undoubtedly spurred on the growth for video on demand (VOD).
It is time for Africa to have unbridled access to content, while… [Read more on BIZCommunity]
Sons of Anarchy. The very name conjures up visions of Harleys, guns, biker chics and outlaws. A popular and award-winning television series, it has made a niche for itself in television history. When FX announced its demise, fans went out of their way to let producers know they were not… [Read more on Digital Journal]
Times Media Group is set to launch a video-on-demand- service next month.
Times Media Group, publisher of The Sunday Times, The Sowetan, and BusinessDay, is set to launch a video-on-demand service next month.
The listed media group, which has Gallo Music Group and Times Media Films in its stable, will launch the service, Vidi, as a… [Read more on BusinessTech]
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When Brian Robbins first told people he was going full time into the YouTube (GOOG) business, his colleagues in Hollywood were incredulous. “My agent, my lawyer, my dad—people thought I was crazy,” he says. For decades, Robbins had… [Read more on BusinessWeek]