Twitch is shelling out the big bucks for their top streaming personalities, but only a small fraction of the pie is reaching the platform's top musicians.
It takes over one million monthly streams to sustain a livable wage from streaming.
While the agreement deescalates some of the tension between the streaming platform and the music industry, streamers still feel there's a long way to go.
Four Tet is suing for £70,000 to make up for lost income.
An analysis by Music Business Worldwide founder Tim Ingham revealed just over 13,000 artists take home earnings of $50,000 annually, or 0.2% of creators.
The new report recommended the implementation of an equal 50/50 royalty split between artists and their labels.
Aggregate data was collected by The Trichordist.
In celebration of the one-year anniversary of "Game Time," Pandora has launched a station with four new listening Modes for gamers and music fans alike.
As the dance music ecosystem matures, listeners are gravitating away from main stage EDM towards underground styles.
Like its rising tech counterparts, Roblox has found themselves in hot water over allegations of enabling users to stream unlicensed music.
"DJ Mode" brings listeners closer to the music they're streaming with insight from artists, DJs, and commentators.
"Core copyright industries like music play an integral role in the U.S. economy, and the vitality of the industry is undermined when artists’ hard work is undervalued."
The study reveals the most valuable song from every country, including many songs from electronic artists.
Countless major electronic artists have backed the blockchain-powered streaming service—here are five to keep an eye on.
Navigate in-app to specific creators, playlists, and songs with Spotify's new wake word feature.
Spotify has responded to arguments from critics with a new data-driven multimedia venture.
Guetta will ring in 2021 with a DJ set live from the world's largest and most iconic art museum.
The Weverse-powered performance will also feature sets from Lee Hyun, GFriend, and TOMORROW X TOGETHER.
Because being stuck at home doesn't mean you can't rave.
He will be performing at "one of the most magical spots in Paris."
Senator Thom Tillis is sponsoring the effort to make copyright infringement a felony offense for streamers.
The streaming event is the next entry in Tong's "Ibiza Classics" series.
Officials are asking all those involved in the industry to share their experiences and assist the investigation.