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Record companies worry they will lose revenue as iPhone maker looks to create 1 monthly price
Chief executive expects rivalry will spark ‘very large increase’ in British-made content
Rockstar sublimates from Steam.
Comedy heading for HBO Max as platforms shell out big sums to snap up popular sitcoms
Tech giant trails Spotify and Apple but reckons users will pay more for CD-quality sound
Google-owned video platform prefers ad-funded model while Apple and Disney chase Netflix
The pop star creates a new risk for financialised music royalties.
Heavyweights’ battle to upstage each other provides gripping drama
A fifth of households set to have ditched contracts by year-end as streaming upends sector
Music streaming company adds 8m paying users in 3 months to end of June
Many new services will struggle to secure subscribers on their own
If music is money-losing, it is good for Amazon overall
Rise in subscriptions has outpaced rivals Spotify and Apple over the past year
The company had allowed acts to release music directly on to its service, but not any more
The streaming age is ill-suited to the music of Sunday afternoons.
Studying past events helps illuminate the historic changes of the present day
Local services look to increase revenues beyond subscriptions as competition intensifies
Company made noble intervention this week, but its business model deserves more scrutiny
The rain falls down on last year's man.
Takeover by telecoms group triggers fierce cultural clash at the ‘Game of Thrones’ creator
Pop fans in the Anglosphere are growing more tolerant of different languages
Market expands for fourth straight year as revenues boom in Asia and Latin America
Universal, Sony and Warner control two-thirds of streaming service’s catalogue
Daniel Ek says music-streaming service could have ‘no other choice’ in face of App Store’s 30% fee
Swedish music streaming group seeks to diversify from costly business model