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Fresh update on "spotify" discussed on podnews

podnews

01:04 min | 45 min ago

Fresh update on "spotify" discussed on podnews

"Start with an exclusive today, Spotify has made a number of exciting press releases about new podcast partnerships in the past two years, but many of those Spotify announcements have yet to result in a single new podcast according to our research, where are they and what's going on. We'll link to a full list in our show notes that our newsletter. Signal hill insights and cumulus media have released their podcast download fall 2021 report. It says that Spotify is the platform people say they use the most beating Apple and YouTube newer podcast listeners are likely to be women the research says and two out of 5 weekly podcast listeners no longer have a cable TV subscription. Sounds profitable has taken its pod scape its map of the podcast industry with Magellan AI and turned it into a podcast, Brian barletta says the podcast will help give a voice to the hundreds of companies in this space and help answer the question what do you do again? The CEO and founder of word collections Jeff price has posted an explanatory video explaining why comedy albums have been pulled from Spotify and other streaming services in an interview released tomorrow in the pod land podcast, price tells Sam sethe that there's easily over $1 billion of royalties that haven't been paid. The Asia podcast festival took place a virtual event based in Singapore, I was one of the speakers, the event also included a podcast.

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Fresh update on "spotify" discussed on Popcast

Popcast

00:34 min | 18 hrs ago

Fresh update on "spotify" discussed on Popcast

"Songs on Broadway today were either encouraged or specifically helped along the way by being given jobs as say a rehearsal pianist or a dance arranger by Sondheim either on his shows or recommending them to other shows. And then just you can't underestimate what it means to get an answering machine message or a letter from Stephen Sondheim saying that was great. You're doing the kind of thing that makes me want to keep writing when you're 25. That's an amazing thing. And we've been seeing on Twitter all week, just hundreds of these testimonials to what such letters and messages meant to so many people. Stylistically, I'm not sure I hear much anymore. I felt like it was bigger in the 90s and maybe early years. And I think in the past decade, it has kind of moved away a bit. It doesn't have to be in the same musical style. It's the approach. Okay, well, right. I guess I was referring more specifically to musical style. I don't think he'd even want his particular musical language to be the one that these younger people are working with. Well, I don't think anybody wants to be imitated necessarily, but it's just going to happen. Well, it's too hard to imitate sometime. I think in a very inadvertently may have created a few monsters because the imitators are just awful. Absolutely awful. When it's bad, want to be somebody, it's just, oh my God, it's really like it's nails on a blackboard for me. Okay, so if we are going to close out with a philosophically simpatico but not nails on blackboard, new or newish composer, who should we go out with and what should we hear? I think the most sound behind the show in what we might call the post on time years, which is not to say since his death, but let's say in the last decade or so is grey gardens by Scott frankel and Michael corria as I mentioned. And I know for a fact that sometime adored two of the great songs in that show want a ballad and one a charm number, the ballot is called will you and the charm numbers called the revolutionary costume for today. And they're both quite brilliant and very much in this mode, although they don't musically recall him. But it's in the cleverness, the seriousness, the psychological layering, the attention to how to use rhyme to underline meaning and not just to tickle the ear for no reason. All of those things are present in that show and in particular in those songs. That's my go. Sounds good. That sounds good until you hear it. Yeah. Oh. Wow. Well, I didn't know that we were going to I didn't know that we were going to end on gunfire, but okay. That was our show. Thankfully, we are remote. So Jesse and Elizabeth are in different rooms in different cities, so they don't have to. That's the best part. The best part is having spirited arguments about music. Otherwise music is dead. Yeah, so but I'm glad because I would still like to have both of you survived this episode. So I appreciate thank you, Elizabeth. Thank you, Jessie. Listen to every podcast ever and why times dot com slash pop gas. Get on Facebook group, get in the Discord, email me, podcasts and what time dot com. Subscribe anywhere you get your audio that's Spotify, Apple, stitcher, our producers, Pedro rosa from headset media. We'll be back next week. This is the revolutionary.

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"spotify" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

04:50 min | 2 months ago

"spotify" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"Reasons why i remain a mastercard shareholder in an extremely bullish on the stock for the long-term spotify has launched. Its first global brand campaign in an effort to win over advertisers. Part of the effort is changing the name of its advertising business from spotify advertising to spotify for brands. And i know jason win company looked marketing. Spend is a lever. That companies can control and we've seen examples over the years of company sort of pulling back on their marketing. Spend to save money make their quarterly report. Look a little bit more profitable. I think if you're spotify shareholder you got to feel good about this effort. You have to like this effort because this is a stock that's basically been flat for the past twelve months when the s&p five hundred is up about twenty five or thirty percent so this is to me spotify looking at their business and saying we can and should be doing a better job here. Yeah i agree. I agree totally. I think i think many probably sees spotify as a music streaming service first and foremost and i know that they're ultimately trying to present themselves as an audio company right. It's not just music and its podcasts. As well going going kind of back to that to that size of the network thing that we were talking about with mastercard spotify is getting to a point where their network is so big. They're going to be able to to try a lot of new things and really push new features out to a lot of folks they have a meaningful audience and so this makes perfect sense. I think what we're seeing ultimately the the evolution of spotify to me. This is straight up entertainment company. So i think i think transcends just music and podcasts. I mean they're incorporating more video into into the app. I mean there are going to be a lot of different things. They can do a lot of potential avenues. They can pursue with this user base in the user base itself is just tremendous..

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"spotify" Discussed on Podcast Insider

Podcast Insider

06:29 min | 2 months ago

"spotify" Discussed on Podcast Insider

"That. I don't know any other thoughts on your part whenever you read a headline just very careful perhaps actually read the articles. Well yeah and don't get you in in. Some people will want put all their cards is hang on. Go less on spotify where they need really saying. Listen were you listened to content. Because they don't have to listen to podcast on apple or apple pie. gaster us. what there's lots of you listen primarily where you listen your spotify listener right. I listen to all of music for the most part on spotify. however all of my podcasts. I'm still do in apple podcasts. At my phone okay. So a lot of people that listen to music and spotify. It have also switched to listen to their podcasts spotify. So many who have though don't mean we we don't want to discount that audience at all you know because they're very valuable listeners to all of us but anyway i think it all depends on the show. But don't worry. I don't think spotify is close to apple podcasts users at least yet but there is a another article And i really haven't seen this. Maybe you read the piece. But it's a start of course designed for journalists looking to enter into podcasting. What did you have a chance to look at this story. Yes so it came from coming from the night center which is a journalism organization And they're just doing a course for. I believe ninety five bucks To really really figure out how to get into podcasting as a journalist because it is utilized so heavily in the past couple of years. And that there. Is you know that transition there of some people are easy can easily jump into it and do well and then others really have to Learn how to move and just spoken word as opposed to written. So i mean i don't i don't know exactly what they're going to include in this course however it just you know is is relevant right. Well that's good and i think that when you have journalists that is actually speaking versus writing it. Don't you think that they have to. I think going to be more cognizant of being accurate. But i would hope so. We're going to see more personalization. It's interesting how journalism has changed of course if you look at mainstream media it's more entertainment than it is you know true hardcore. Investigative journalism You mentioned that. And that is something that i hope something like. This would factor into say like. Don't take this case and glamorize it and to some extent fetish cise an and turning it into entertainment as opposed to if you still doing this as an article as a piece for newspaper for whatever you right for you might have a very different tone and way that you go about this. Yeah so it's interesting to see as journalists. Start doing more podcasts. How the tone is and then you know because it's easier to be behind the keyboard than it is to be behind the mic I always had keyboard warriors right now. I'm not gonna apply to two journalists but a lot of bloggers keyboard warriors and but when you have to put your face or your voice in front of something. Well that changes a little bit. So we'll see interesting to get a is. He has any any is on. That course we'd love to hear what's in it for anyone actually taste it. We'd love to hear so africa best the road to africa podcast day. Twenty twenty two so this event being. Hello yeah so. I believe it's All online of virtual events. They did one earlier this year. i believe in january and the maybe may as well And i think they're wrapping up twenty twenty one with this and then start up again in twenty twenty two but it's it's To me is reminding me of International podcast day celebration type five of just trying to you know. Make it known get more people interested for any podcasters in africa speaking of international. Podcast day we're only seventies away from that that we are so we haven't even thought about what we're gonna do special for next week but I'm sure we'll pull something together. Absolutely we will. I mean it's not exactly the same that it's been done in the past couple of years But we're definitely going to do something so you can go over to international podcast day dot com. Look at that. And you celebrate international podcast. Stay with us. Do something special with your show or a group of folks may get together and celebrate or even just go out and have a beer to fellow podcasters. That one sounds good. Yeah it does. Doesn't it definitely does the ambiance. Once again they're open for entries. Hit the nbc's dot awards. Engine dot com. Okay let's let's open this link okay. The ambiance criteria. I'm wrong are associated to the academy yet the podcasters or whatever. They called correct okay. Yep so they're going. I think there's an entry fee well. Last year members was hundred. Non-members was one fifty. And they have a in-person awards event and they're going to have An impersonal awards event again. next year. it's going to be at the la It's basically podcasts. Evolutions i believe is where they're going to have it or in conjunction. I did not know that was getting at so and hopefully at the same time. They're bringing back the podcast hall of fame. They're being said that they're going to so maybe they'll be able to piggyback this on that. I don't know well time will tell. But the ami's open for entries any podcast member or nonmember and it's like the.

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Apple App Store Changes Fail to Stem Push for Overhaul Bill

Mac OS Ken

01:54 min | 3 months ago

Apple App Store Changes Fail to Stem Push for Overhaul Bill

"Peace offerings and settlements between apple and developers won't stop congressional moves against app stores couple of weeks ago apple announced a proposed settlement with smaller developers. Perhaps the biggest concession offered by apple was the one that would let developers use communications such as email to share information about payment methods outside of their ios app. A few days later apple settled with the japanese government that settlement included a pledge to let reader apps such as net flex and spotify. And who knows. Maybe some that actually involve reading under terms of the settlement apple will let reader apps include an in napa linked to their website for users to either setup or managing account and sign up using a non app store. Payment method will be possible according to a piece from macrumors. Maybe they think it's not enough. Maybe they just wanna look tough. Whatever the reason the piece from apple and cider has at least one. Us senator saying legislation up ending up stores. Run by apple and google will go forward last month. A bipartisan group of senators introduced the open up. Markets act speaking the bloomberg one of the. Bill's sponsors senator. Amy klobuchar democrat of minnesota. Said though apple is taken some small steps to respond to criticism of its anticompetitive conduct. They did not go. Nearly far enough there is growing momentum to pass the open up. Markets act to finally address apple and google twin monopolies. And i will continue working with my colleagues on both sides of the aisle to get it done. You didn't ask but i'll tell you anyway. What annoys me is. They're gonna point to this as a thing that they got done

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Joe Rogan Rips Intro CNN and Jim Acosta Over Controversial Drug Ivermectin

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:10 min | 3 months ago

Joe Rogan Rips Intro CNN and Jim Acosta Over Controversial Drug Ivermectin

"Follow the science and less. It's not science that foul. She agrees with right. Joe rogan learned this the hard way. This is so funny. So the joe. Rogan is a very popular podcast. He makes a billion dollars a year. From what does he on spotify and he makes a fortune. He's got like howard stern kind of money. Very popular young guy. What was he was like was like a ufc guy. He's been an actor. You have see announcer and any kind of emerged as a really really really successful podcast with a lot of young people. Listen to got cove it and didn't want to get the vaccine hasn't been vaccinated. And he announced he posted a video. Saying yeah i got. I take taken everything. They've thrown the kitchen everything in the kitchen. Sink z. pack ivermectin. All ivermectin takes ivermectin among other things a couple of days later. He's better. he's cured he's recovered. I guess is a better word to say so. Cnn is reporting. He's taken horse de wormers and they know the difference there. Ivermectin is prescribed for human. Consumption is not a horse wermer. So here's joe rogan. This is actually kind of cute. He seems shocked that. Cnn's jim acosta would actually lie. Do i have to sue cnn. Do they're making up. They keep saying. I'm taking horse dewormed. I literally got it from a doctor. It's an american company it's They won the nobel prize in two thousand fifteen for use in human beings. Yeah and cnn is saying. I'm taking horsey worm. Yeah so they must know that they'll that's alive. There's a lot of people saying right but a lot of people can say okay like the internet says it who cares fear but cnn is saying it. Jim across i like. Isn't it cute. He's like oh it's endearing jemma costa's actually cost lies. Yes joe rogan. They lie at

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California's Caldor Fire Continues to Burn

Here & Now

02:05 min | 3 months ago

California's Caldor Fire Continues to Burn

"It is another ten stay in northern california near the near nevada. Border firefighters are battling kaldor fire now threatening the biggest city on the shore of lake. Tahoe they cut a break yesterday when winds relaxed a little bit but the fire has burned more than two hundred thousand acres and some fifty thousand people have evacuated. Npr's eric westervelt talked to some firefighters. Defending south lake tahoe. Fix smoke and ash. Enveloped the eerily empty resort area of south lake. Tahoe which is usually bustling. This time of year with summer tourists on the outskirts of the city exhausted fire crews in the christmas valley area. I really the last line of defense. Protecting south lake tahoe. Its number side over there. And then it's burning there that way towards the south talk behind us pretty close in a forested area adjacent to cabins and homes firefighter. Steve barnum and a wildfire strikeforce from southern california are scrambling to stamp out spot fires. These are the dreaded windblown embers that ignite many fires that can easily grow into new blazes. Bardem is working to contain one almost got out of control. It was bernie pretty Pie their thirteen fourteen foot claim lakes and get the ember cast off it it gets grasping the needle going and it goes over to the houses. And that's memorial. They're worried about sparks catching the drought-stricken brush dry pine needles surrounding the homes. Right across the road that can turn this forest fire into a battle to save homes and neighborhoods most of these forests and the tahoe basin have not burned since the nineteen forties. The spot fires they're tackling are not mere nuisances really the biggest threat to south lake. Tahoe right now says firefighter jesse alexander because they can overrun control lines and wreak havoc on any well-planned containment strategy and you have a spot fire basically planning might be go plan b. or plan c. depending on spotify jumped across so you can have every intention of trying to hold the road and if it jumps that road a spot fire now you have to kind of change your overall game plan. If you're not able to pick up that's

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Apple to Let Reader Apps Link to Sign up Websites

Daily Tech Headlines

00:27 sec | 3 months ago

Apple to Let Reader Apps Link to Sign up Websites

"Part of an agreement with japan fair trade commission apple announced it will let developers of reader apps like netflix spotify and kindle directly linked customers to a sign up website. The commission has been investigating apple since two thousand sixteen for suspected violations of the anti-monopoly act and this agreement will close that investigation in the press. Release apple appeared to clarify what constitutes reader app saying developers. Rear apps do not offer in-app digital goods and services for purchase

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Zack Reneau-Wedeen Leaves Google Podcasts on a High

podnews

01:09 min | 3 months ago

Zack Reneau-Wedeen Leaves Google Podcasts on a High

"The founder of google. Podcasts zach renault. Were dean has left the company. He's now working on crypto currency for investment platform. Robin hood. we understand. He hadn't been working on podcasts within the company for some time. Gay bender google podcasts product. Lead left in april two. Who's driving google podcasts. Today steve mcclendon a former co founder of sixty db which google bought in two thousand. Seventeen describes himself on twitter as working on podcast stuff at google and the team is also working on a tech refresh of feed burner. So what did zach achieve. While the google podcasts android app hit one hundred million downloads in april and july both sprout reports that it had hates three percent of all. Podcast plays baking google podcasts. The world's third largest podcast app behind apple and spotify. Podcasts are also highlighted within the main google search and google podcast link quirks on every single android phone since the players actually built into the always present. Google app and the same link also works on ios and desktop as well

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Spotify Expands Podcast Subscriptions to All US Creators

Daily Tech Headlines

00:28 sec | 3 months ago

Spotify Expands Podcast Subscriptions to All US Creators

"Spotify is expanding paid podcast subscriptions to all us creators this fall powered by anchor. Creators will have twenty pricing options for podcast. Subscriptions and spotify will not be taking a cut until twenty twenty. Three creators are also able to access a list of subscriber emails. Instead of being forced to run a separate mailing list. podcast subscribers will not be able to make any in-app purchases on ios and we'll have to manage any subscriptions and sign ups on the web's in order to avoid apples fees.

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"The Audience is the Star" - Social Global Radio - Ryan Star CEO of Stationhead on Social Audio and the Evolution of Media Creators - Voicebot Podcast Ep 223 - burst 05

The Voicebot Podcast

01:04 min | 3 months ago

"The Audience is the Star" - Social Global Radio - Ryan Star CEO of Stationhead on Social Audio and the Evolution of Media Creators - Voicebot Podcast Ep 223 - burst 05

"The power station arriving social global radio and what happens. Is you know the the audience is is is is is cases the star in some of the audience listening engaging and interacting much like the successful twitch gamer right like their community there so much a part of the content. And that's ne- really gets exciting. Where again it's not just one. I have a microphone. Nama star out too many rate we're finding or these deeply music says communities or were top obsessed communities coming here connecting and they become part of the conversation because it is live because you can call somebody up because you can see in the chat was talking about or taking requests so it's really this social experience that bonds people in the way that i've only experienced You know on the road might just moments with mike most important fast.

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Aura Health Co-Founder Steve Lee on His App's Modern Business Model

Mixergy

01:40 min | 4 months ago

Aura Health Co-Founder Steve Lee on His App's Modern Business Model

"Steve. Good have here having nandor. What's your revenue. it's between one and ten million. What headed towards million currently closer to ten million anywhere back when you are just you and your brother and how much of that you share with the creators were on your platform we can share to number exactly By they're paid based on the so a lot of our top creators thousands per month with pretty little effort in this really become a life changing some four. The idea is that there's some fixed percent that you share with your creators based on the percentage listenership that they get on the platform. Is that right correct It's actually not fixed. Number we have a fixed payout per listen. I ended all really yes. So that incentivizes coaches and therapists. He'll create better content even more so then. Is there a situation. Where if you get a lot of lessons that you could end up losing money a four barely certain core users. Let's listen to one hundred times saw per month on that is a possible scenario That is the beauty of subscription. Compasses this is not on. It doesn't really matter you mean because they're going to be some people who listened very little other people who listen a lot got but what else do for creators is. It gives them a fixed thing to count on if they get a listen. They know how much you're gonna make. It's all right it's an interesting model to mo- it's much closer to spotify than it is to something like i think. Skill share still. We'll take a percentage of their revenue and then split it with creators based on based on listenership so they have a fixed

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Use the Right Words to Get a More Popular Podcast

podnews

00:25 sec | 4 months ago

Use the Right Words to Get a More Popular Podcast

"Language will use can make your podcast more successful and there's proof if you use words like i. We knew rather than her him. And then you don't swear use positive language and don't talk slowly. people will listen to your show more. According to research by spotify is research and development department the team published data land from transcripts and playback. Tater of over five thousand english episodes

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Windows 11's New Focus Timer Feature Will Work With Spotify

Daily Tech News Show

00:19 sec | 4 months ago

Windows 11's New Focus Timer Feature Will Work With Spotify

"Is three interesting announcements new experimental mode for the browser will turn off just in time compilation and it's javascript. Engine to improve security microsoft chief product. Sir panos panay posted a jif on twitter showing spotify integrated into the alarm clock on windows. Eleven apparently related to the focus session feature

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Blubrry's Mike Dell on How a Website Can Keep Your Podcast 'Cancel-Proof'

Podcast Movement 2021

02:21 min | 4 months ago

Blubrry's Mike Dell on How a Website Can Keep Your Podcast 'Cancel-Proof'

"Other thing about having a website is that can make you cancel proof you know a lot of people talk about cancel culture and you know people getting canceled off of social media and could be both sides of whatever political thing going on but happens now you know and it even happens on some of the podcast platforms so say that you know you've got a lot of audience on. Let's just pick one at random spotify. Okay and spotify decides that they don't like your content for editorial reasons so they remove you from spotify. What happens to all your listeners. That are sitting over at spotify. Well if you've been telling them in your show come to my website. They know where your website is so they can find you and then they could subscribe it another way or just listen right on the website. Whatever they wanna do. But it kind of makes you cancel proof depending on your podcast host and all that. There's a lot of a lot of variables there but for the most part you know even if you're not on any of the podcast apps if you have a website and you generate your rss feed from that website which is another option you have to but That is an option. You generate that. Rss feed from that website. Anybody that subscribed to you in a true podcast app. You not a some some aps like spotify in and others are music laps and they added podcasting. Well that's you know those. Those are a little bit different because they have to ingest your show before it goes out to everybody but a lot of apps out there overcast and pocket cast. There's directly subscribed to an rss feed so that can still happen. Whether or not you're in those directories are not in fact apple. Works that way you can. You can subscribe to a podcast via an rss feed in apple podcasts. And that shows not in apple. It's coming direct so again can make you cancel proof and you know that may be more important to as time goes out who knows but to future proof. I guess maybe be a good way to put

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Maed in India Founder/CEO, Mae Mariyam Thomas, Breaks Down India's Growing Podcast Market

Podcast Movement 2021

01:28 min | 4 months ago

Maed in India Founder/CEO, Mae Mariyam Thomas, Breaks Down India's Growing Podcast Market

"In the last five years podcast growth has been on an upward trajectory and twenty twenty alone podcast apps like spotify ghana and gio salvin saw a forty two percent increase in time spent on their platforms. But what kind of parkas are in listening to well. Most media people in india no the basic. Abcd astrology bollywood cricket and devotion. And not that. It's very different in podcasting. But some of the most popular genres are definitely spirituality and religion sports particularly cricket india is also a nation that loves storytelling. So sean ras like romance and crime and mystery also. Draw an active listener base. Now podcast listening also has a relatively young audience. Geo salvin released a podcast advertising playbook last year that said that ninety two percent of their listenership was below the age of thirty five. Their playbook also said that they're streaming incites suggests that podcast listening is a companion activity. Where it kind of takes place throughout the day. Two and five listeners stream shows while doing household chores one third listen while working one and five while driving or commuting and there is also data that shows that people are listening to podcast just before they go to sleep.

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Spotify Opens Paid Podcast Subscription Access

podnews

00:15 sec | 4 months ago

Spotify Opens Paid Podcast Subscription Access

"Has announced for that open access feature which will allow paid subscriptions from third parties to work with spotify they include a cost plus glow. Fm member full supporting cast and sipa cast as well as a number of

Are Smart Phone Apps Ripping You Off?

Clark Howard Show

02:44 min | 4 months ago

Are Smart Phone Apps Ripping You Off?

"Both apple and google are being sued all over the place for how they run their stores. The app store the play store and what these two have been doing. Is they use their shared monopoly control over the ecosystem of phones to put up tollgates to rip you off a lot of cases. You're not even aware how much you're being ripped off their when you download an app that comes with this subscription or purchases. It's marked up an additional thirty percent for the toll that they have to pay the app. Developer has to pay to google or apple and this is so different than the era of the pc. The mac book the windows. Computer the chromebook that when you go to a website you use any function on your computer apple and google and the people who manufacturer chromebooks and all that they don't extract a toll and so the cost of anything you pay goes to who built that service now. This is a huge deal with apple self-dealing trying to rip people off on pandora and especially spotify to try to get iphone users to use apple music. It is true self-dealing where apple is able to grab all this money and google just as guilty in this area and microsoft who quietly has become one of the most valuable companies in the world again. I mean nobody really thinks about microsof- but microsoft has come up with a way to get around this on phones. That probably has google and apple. People furious where they've got a platform they've developed. Where on a phone. You'll be able to access things web-based that operate like apps and avoid the rip off thirty percent. Add on that you have to pay right now in the app store or in the play store and so no that with apps you're using that you're paying usually much more than you have to

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City Girls - Twerkulator: This Years Summer Hit

Switched On Pop

02:09 min | 5 months ago

City Girls - Twerkulator: This Years Summer Hit

"I wanna unpack the sonic world of this summer. Hit with you. Are you ready absolutely. Let's start by getting some you later in our ears shave page storm as data immediately fun. The groovy baseline throwback sample the obviously fund lyric. It's a party in a box. Who are city girls. I'll tell you chuck. It's young miami and j. t. and twerk you later is their newest release. It's actually been a viral hit on tick talk for a while even before the song was released. Wait what the song was an out yet but a clip of it went viral on tick tock while they were still trying to get the samples cleared so the sun is going crazy on dock. And you couldn't even listen to it on spotify or anywhere else. Fun and turkey. Later isn't city girls. I work related. Track back in twenty nineteen. They released a song featuring cardi b. A new orleans bounce inspired bop simply titled twerk flirt with that track samples the classic n- orleans bounce chapa. Beat so i'm getting the sense. That city girls really like reaching back into hip hop history and playing with it. What i like about these songs that they both feel very of the moment. But have a much longer history and you can hear this kind of playful swagger in the first verse from jt. I love the way. She delivers her flow. Here it is so infectious

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Evolve Sis! Evolve Bro!            H.E.A.L. Sis/ HEAL Bro Series)                    - burst 7

S.T.A.R. Parents

02:24 min | 5 months ago

Evolve Sis! Evolve Bro! H.E.A.L. Sis/ HEAL Bro Series) - burst 7

"I definitely be the. He'll this is powerful to me. Because i said again i believe healed woman. He'll the people In a heal me and heal the nation. And i think that the sisters healing just not just coming together on instagram. Y'all like coming together for real like less respect each other for real less be communities for each other And that is living out your purpose. So i just wanna thank you for Bringing us back to that space where we remember while we need each other absolutely and we always want to sign a light on our lights and stars and so we know that michelle is doing amazing things. So i would just like for user. Tell us what some of those are at how we can support to. Well thank you again. My business is malawi's house in it's a healing wellness business. I like to throw that in there. i just became recently of being comfortable with saying that you know and walking and as a light and being a healer and sometimes you don't feel comfortable with sharing that but i feel comfortable in this so what we do at malawi's house. We provide berthing supplies. Birth kids and postpartum kerry essentials and Just recently became a holistic dula. So that is another service that will be at it to Malawi's house yes. Hey excited diving a little bit deeper into the service part of what we were talking about earlier. And would you like me to share where everyone can find us absolutely and we always played links to all of our wonderful guests in the episode details On apple podcasts. Spotify youtube so but definitely tell us where to find. Uk absolutely. You can find us at malawi house. Www dot we are malawi's house dot com in malawi is spelled m. a. l. a. w. i s. and in house h. o. u. s. And you can find us on instagram and facebook at malawi's

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Musiio CEO Hazel Savage on How AI Can Change Music Data Processing

Code Story

03:02 min | 5 months ago

Musiio CEO Hazel Savage on How AI Can Change Music Data Processing

"Hazel savage is originally from northeast. england. She's played the guitar since she was thirteen and started out as a self taught player. Her first guitar was cherry. Red fender telecaster followed by fender cyclone. In a dan electrode recently she started getting more into collecting grabbing. A gibson goddess. For her collection. She used to play in an all girl punk band in london. Called jenkins outta. She worked part time at h m v. The record store stocking shelves putting cd's out and gaining an understanding of the music world from the perspective of a customer. I find it interesting that she doesn't miss the physical music products from her point of view. A large collection of cds can weigh a lot and are hard to move across the country after joining an incubator in singapore. She was paired up with her. Now co founder. who's deeply technical and well-versed in ai. Combined with her extensive knowledge of the music industry they set out to change the face of music and the fingerprints found inside it. This is the creation story of mucyo museum. Is i say. We're an oficial intelligence company for the music industry thursday in the know essentially what we are is processing company. It just so happens that the data that process is music and so it goes right back to what i was just talking about with the with directly store so i have to say when i was the the person putting the cds on the shelf on sunday night ready for sale on monday morning because staff ready when old enough to remember in the uk. Music was the sale at nine pm on monday morning. I would you know close to shock on sunday and then stay back those disks ready to ninety the next day and on a really busy week that baby you know five six. Maybe maybe ten cd singles push really quietly to three. You know depending on the week and that was it. That was new. Music like whilst stocking. The shelves like could have listened to pretty much all of it in its entirety. And then you know you look towards companies today. Such as you know spotify very vocal about the fact they have sixty thousand tracks being unloaded that platform as that's really the challenge that we address which will music that comes out on a daily basis. The needs to come out in a whole year ten years ago. How does the industry because music doing a great job of making more money in figuring out how to monetize streaming live where possible and merchandise opportunities. Physical retail was a set price in a in a very easily quantifiable amount. So now that. There's so much music. And i do think it's fantastic that pretty much anyone at home with that with a laptop kin creating release music. I think that's a fantastic advancement in technology. But how does the rest of the industry code streaming services. No they've got had a record labels salt through the demos that get sent to them which may be used to be a couple of hundred now. it's tens of thousands

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00:33 sec | 5 months ago

Episode Notes Now Display Consistently on All Apps

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"spotify" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

Sounds Profitable

02:06 min | 8 months ago

"spotify" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

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"spotify" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

Sounds Profitable

07:17 min | 8 months ago

"spotify" Discussed on Sounds Profitable

"It doesn't take the most critical mind to see that spot up is working towards a siloed podcasting landscape. I talk about that future in my article spotify as in podcasting to win which link the description. All that's left to do is theorized cheap. And what they're going to do when they get there. I spoke to griffin caprio about his theories on the subject. Well thank you everybody for joining me here today. We're with a grip caprio who was previously at his own podcast production company and the branded space griffin. I actually met on the quired. Fm a slack channel and started talking about my spotify article which this is the podcast companion for group showed me that. He shared a lot of those same opinions. Probably three to six months before. I even started posting on sounds profitable so we talked a lot about it afterwards. He definitely was a big influence in my follow up article and i thought it would be great to introduce some of you to him because he's got some great perspectives on this. So griff how you doing today doing great. Thanks for having me brian. It's a great to join here on the on the podcast. Yeah it's great to have you here and so you know. We talked about spotify a lot. And this is what the conversations going to be about today and one of the things that we had talked about was spotify goal. Isn't just podcasting right. it's it's about owning the ear. What's that mean to you overall. And what do you think that that means for. Podcasting specifically yeah. That's a good question. I think one of the things to keep in mind is spotify is not assuming that the future of podcast listening. Looks like the past. And i think that's important lens to kind of come out the moves into decisions that they're making and so when they talk about owning the year you know they really don't see podcasting as any different than or frankly audio books or meditations. They see it as audio content. And so if you're listening to something in the headphones they wanna be where you're streaming it from and so much like facebook didn't care what you're reading your news feed. It could be articles that could be photos from families it could be you know news updates. Spotify really doesn't care what you're listening to songs. It's streamed from them so that's the interesting part. I agree with you. That spotify cares about you. What you listen to comes from them right. That's the core of that But the thing you said was the future versus the past the podcasting like we are obsessed with podcasting because we're in the space and and honestly it is pretty cool. That's not just like a. Hey i'm over here touted my own thing but do you think spotify thinks long-term that what they're going to build or what they're building. The name podcasting means anything or are they going to merge everything together i mean obviously music catalogues and things will stay the same but is going to bring in audio books. Or are they gonna keep at and then also podcasting differentiate the three or is it going to be more spoken-word with music and then just spoken word and and treat them as their own entity you know. I think they're just gonna kinda merge everything together. So i think you're gonna see playlists start to intermix content types I think you're gonna see them. You know Since that article came out that you originally wrote they bought a megaphone and so they are going to start to power audio content consumed on other platforms but kinda streamed in sourced from them like ads and everything. And so you know. I think they want to be the originator. And i think they want to be a platform that everything comes off of and it doesn't really matter what content is going into your ears like. I think that's just where they're where they're going but do you think they'll keep the title podcasting or do you think that like in three to five years from now spotify will have something that is podcasting as we know it today or an evolution of it but not use the word anymore. No i think they'll i think they'll use the word you know. There's a lot of power in nomenclature and it doesn't matter that if it's an anachronism or not Or if it's relevant or not. I mean think of how many things that we still use that you know. I you go to save something on your computer. In the the icon is a floppy disk like Even today new software will come out. And so i there's there's a lot of power in defaults and there's a lot of power in familiarity with people and if podcast things what they know certain content by need to use the word podcasting. I just don't think it matters to them. That i think that's also interesting too because they've tried already to change what we call like a three minute or a five minute like brief and people keep trying to give things different names so we all default back to podcasting is just a short format podcast and you know what are other things. We we talked about was the difference between podcast listeners and people listen to audio content. I wanted to share a little bit here. A so huge typhi nerd or just fantasy nerd in general. And the best way you can spend money on audible. Is spying a brandon sanderson book. 'cause they're like fifty five hours per book. So what a way to get your credit gray great books to really enjoy. I've consumed everything you did. But he just came out with the newest book fifty five hours fourth book in the series of five so excited to listen to it and put it on and i had to replay the first four hours. Because i've been listening to podcasting for so long. That i forgot that i have to truly pay attention audio instead of passively. Pay attention at when it's a book someone is spending their time and committing to putting something very specific there for a reason. Ideally in front of you whereas podcasting even the most structured in intelligent podcast kinda circle back to concepts a little bit over and over again right. It feels like the they go back to the original idea and further and further out. So if you miss a minute or two. You're not dead in the water. But like i missed an entire pop point and i was like. When did that happen. What do you think the big differences are between podcast listeners audio listeners. I think it really has a lot to do. And this is something that you know at the at the company. I was previously at dante thirty two. This is something that we really cut our clients on. Is you need to meet the listener. Where they are at not where you want them to be. And i. I think this is the eternal struggle with artists in content creators. In general is they create something and they want it to be consumed. How they envision it. And there's this tension in the market where people will consume content in a way that makes sense for them just for example. You know if you spend a lot of money on an audio book Production and you get the sound editing and sound effects and you get the music and the scoring and everything sounds amazing and then you have someone listen to it at three x speed right and so you know that's gonna upset the content creator because they had a vision for like how you should consume this in the world. They wanted to put you in but at the end of the day. It's the listener. That dictates kind of how they want to consume it. And so i think i think there are some podcast listeners. That are looking for something equivalent to white noise in there as they're doing something else and i think there's other podcast listeners. Like myself for example. I listen to different podcasts. In different contexts. When i want to concentrate and focus. I listen to certain podcasts. When i'm just kind of walking around or playing with my kids doing something else. I listen to other types and so i think you just have to kind of put the content out there it as many ways as you can and let the.

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"spotify" Discussed on podnews

podnews

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"spotify" Discussed on podnews

"Spotify might be planning to launch a subscription. Podcast service it appears to be serving customers to gauge interest. In the others that have tried this. Include luminary stitcher and wondering reported. That wondering was up for sale at the end of september bloomberg. Report the both apple and sony have held talks spotify. The apparently an interested the asking price is between three and four hundred million dollars. The audio production award have just announced this year's nominations. The awards got the highest number of interest in their history. We linked to them today. I'm willing to an exclusive pod fest. China had its third annual conference. We've a full report from the day including developments in podcasting within china spotify twitter youtube and facebook all polls an episode of the pod. Being hosted steve bannon's war room. Podcast after bannon called for the beheading of dr anthony foundry and fbi director christopher ray. The episode in question is still available via apple podcasts. And the podcast index. The california privacy rights act passed last week the cpr. A has some tightening of rules especially around re targeting consumers based on their behaviour online which some podcast companies used for attribution. The nfl's it didn't go far enough. Meanwhile apple of center deadline of december the eighth at privacy data sheets. You need to identify all of the data you or your third party partners collects assay for podcast apps that could be interesting vocal via okay l. Dot co lets you create cool. Podcast video snippets for social media. So they say podcast addict has added a random pick button which returns a random list of podcasts and tacomas podcasting business including radio dot com and katie's thirteen claims a twenty-seven percent increase in downloads year on year in the latest earnings call. Espn is to lay off three hundred employees and let two hundred open positions go unfilled trouble for triton digital there mac accreditation for its webcast metrics. Local service was revoked in august. According to the quarterly update accreditation is suspended for the main webcast metrics service. No reason was given both us to compare streaming radio not podcasting in the seeking to regain accreditation for their main webcast. Metrics service anyway. Revenue grew by fourteen percent last quarter according to e w scripps his quarterly earnings call. The company also owns on the studio. It's a mondays. Here's another teaspoon of tech staff. The podcast index unveiled the podcast value. Tag it allows micro payments using crypto currency through the lightning network. Podcasters can opt in to be rewarded every minute someone lessons and this value for the podcast app and platform as well. There's more detail in the podcasting two point. Oh podcast which linked to today open source android. Podcast app antenna parks now. Has podcast indexes. Search built in as does podcast. Pod bay is one of the app supporting podcast chapters linked today to a c. Sharp rapper for the podcast index. Api with and blueberry has highlighted its full support of the podcast index. Impasse news powerful stories with torey arch. Bowl has joined nova. Entertainment's podcast network the show steps into the shoes of powerful women and discover how they earned success. Christmas partying is back for a third season. See what they've done their from. Brisbane in australia at tackles the fun all could and honest side of christmas and thirteen hours inside the nova scotia. Massacres launched today from curious cast and global news a thirteen episode series. It looks to piece together exactly what happened. And what could have been done to prevent it

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"spotify" Discussed on podnews

podnews

03:07 min | 1 year ago

"spotify" Discussed on podnews

"Spotify launched Promo cards for podcasters to help you share shows episodes on social media. . You can grab yours from spotify dedicated website willing to today in our show notes and newsletter. . Following a story that we broke on Tuesday about how easy it is to pirate somebody else's podcast using anchor podcast hosts. . Captivate has an answer to safeguard against piracy by triggering a verification email which gives the opportunity to cancel any import. . I'm an adviser to captivate wasn't involved in that new feature. . Looks Good. . audio boom has announced to sales partnership with Rogers sports in media in Canada Rogers, which , is Canada's second largest radio broadcaster will sell advertising within audio booms shows. . Audio UK is conducting a business census of audio radio production companies based in the UK tatum from a previous survey in two thousand fifteen was successfully used to lobby the BBC the commercial sector and to get government funding Surf Your Incorporated as a UK company you should sit in the census today you'll find it links from our show notes and our newsletter. . One third of Australian News consumers hasn't podcasts every month eleven percent listen to news podcast says the University of Cameras Digital News reports twenty twenty which came out earlier. . This year we linked to that today very tonic. . An audio measurement service has raised three point two, , million dollars in new capital. . One of the investors was. . Personal. . Audio LLC company which claimed it had a patent for podcasting. . Sent packing in May by the F. F. zombies never die. . The company has managed to make a successful petition to the Supreme Court to overturn a court decision to reject a review, , it wants money from CBS for patent infringement even though they're patent was invalidated. . Conference in Germany for podcasting heroes has been announced meanwhile if your podcast is in German, , you should consider submitting it to the podcast of the year award it's free and we are podcast is just released a limited number of fifty percent off early bird tickets for their next event on November the fifth the sixth it's all about how to make money from your podcast. . To their ticket website from our show notes and our newsletter today. . And in podcast news launched yesterday, , the Euro quesion games claims it's the first game show podcast about the Eurovision Song Contest Rob Lily claims he's the world's biggest fan of the contest per chapels every year with songs from across European countries confusingly as European countries include Israel and Australia anyway robes put to the test to see if he really does know it all and now there's a podcast for you. . If you make a podcast for brands, , fresh ears from the UK's fresh air production takes one of their branded podcast projects and focuses on what they did and how they did it. .

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"spotify" Discussed on podnews

podnews

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"spotify" Discussed on podnews

"Time everyone I'm Bernie Brown, and , welcome to my new daily podcast on spotify spotify car cost has announced a new partnership with Brennan Brown. . Current show unlocking also become a spotify exclusive from January to lead is another exclusive which launches next month. . She's also collaborated on a yacht rock playlist. . If you like Christopher Cross and Toto Africa that you'll love your brock NPR has released the NPR podcast reports containing data and case studies about the broadcasters PODCASTS podcast uses up twenty percent year on year downloads up twenty six percent can podcast from NPR public radio account for thirty two percent of time spent listening to podcast us. . spotify testing listener polls. The . features live on spot exclusive shows like the re watchable 's like video and sharing cards. . It's another proprietary feature for spotify shows only had him. . Curry's no agenda disappeared from spotify earlier this week I never submitted our feet Adam says last I checked it was not associated with my email or my account. . After leaving spotify September nineteenth after to our rent on his show earlier, , Joe Biden has announced the Joe but a network, , the first non button show will be see the thing is hosted by Bridget Kelly. . Mandy be Livia dope quote not what they'll say because I'm staying out a women's business lull says button. . spotify has also launched your daily in the UK content in there from the time talksport in the evening standard, , the BBC global and Bauer taking part later today the rain Digital Canada Twenty twenty summit is taking place. . The event is online and free our editor James. . Credentials. . Moderating the opening session. . Hey, that's , me. . It's at rain digital candidate twenty, , twenty dot com if you want to go. . The Australian podcast cost awards is giving you extra time to anti. . You've now got until midday on. . Monday. . Blueberry has a fancy new website design, , which is nice John. . McTaggart's the president's and see of APM, , is to step down. The . company has been criticised recently for race and gender issues for target claims. . His decision to step down is unrelated Pierre Remix of PODCAST radio station in the US is celebrating ten years on Air who knew during that time it said one thousand and eighteen audio creators. . The first producer was Roman Mars and podcast movement virtual has announced Mark Cuban as a keynote speaker in conversation with the newsworthy is Erica Mandy. . And Infocom News, , the former host and producer of the ABC's in this podcast. . Australia is now making at home with Brie away for kids across the country to connect. . When life gives you. . Parkinson's is back for a third season Larry gifts to his diagnosed three years ago hosts the show the season includes the collision of Covid nineteen and Parkinson's disease

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"spotify" Discussed on Currently On

Currently On

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"spotify" Discussed on Currently On

"Go from all the other streaming services but I'm going to speak to spotify only and the reason I'm choosing spotify here is because I got maybe I? Don't have. I'm basically unknown but I am you know number two streaming podcast on spotify right now in the US okay. I probably will be nobody tomorrow. So I'm gonNA use what have today to say please spotify listen to me listen to me and our generation. This generation, every generation, the older generation, younger generation, all the generations need to speak up right now and we need to sound a little bit like this right because this is what was happening in.

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"spotify" Discussed on MarketFoolery

MarketFoolery

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"spotify" Discussed on MarketFoolery

"Going to begin with spotify. Latest partnership. And it's not a podcast which has been sort of the trend for a while with spotify when they come out with material news. But today it's the fact that spotify has a new long-term licensing deal with universal music group. Help me understand this I. It seems like spotify is going to provide not just marketing, but also data and analytics from their platform so that they can give universal music group, a sense of who is listening to what? Exactly, so I actually when we talk this morning to topics, I chose this topic because I just yesterday. Actually we were having sort of an investor roundtable about spotify and I am. Well I think that the platform is great. I kind of have a couple of questions. Particularly Round the valuation that there to ban demanding right now. It's almost fifty five billion dollar company and I just. For a little bit of. backstory or history on that market, so Ford Music labels actually owned about ninety percent of the market and so. Historically what we've seen is that pricing power is solidly in the hands of the labels within spotify so. They've struggled to really turn. Or demonstrate a consistent level of profitability and so <hes>. You mentioned that they've pursued podcast. One thing I think that's a great idea because. You know if we think about exclusive content, so then pursuing a strategy similar to say Disney or Netflix or Hulu. It's not really possible music again for music labels on about ninety percent market. They tried to start their own label and actually backed off from an initiative because it was sort of <hes>. Put them in at odds with their suppliers in some respect right so <hes> podcast is one way that they have tried to get that exclusive content deal, but I remained a little bit hesitant about this platform, just given <hes> I think podcasts are sort of a secondary offering that spotify particularly right now and people are still going there for the music and I think. Valuation today didn't necessarily <hes>. Justify, With their music offering, but today's deal like you mentioned <unk> is the game changer for spotify, so they've signed this agreement with Vivendi's Universal Music Group. And for background, universal owns about forty percent of all US music for straightening and so. You're right the agreement right now. Is that you I'm Jay will provide their sort of massive music, Cadillac restraining and in return you J is becoming a spotify testing and development partner for new tools, services marketing products. So like you've mentioned there is a couple of things that have already been started on. It is part of what they're calling. Their two sided platform so. For example what they've been doing that, labels cannot pay to deliver push notifications that promote new music to user is either previously listened to that promoted artists added to their library and what they've seen. Is that <hes>? Spending in marketing in this way is actually more effective than other options so I'm hopefully more agreements like that will come into play. Is Yet another way for spotify to get a little bit more margin on their core music streaming business. So this is what I actually think is could be a very strong game changer for spotify. For All the headlines that spotify has made and rightfully so for the acquisitions. They've made in the podcast space. My first thought when I saw this was. Oh, they're getting back to their bread and butter. Like this. This this is this is the main reason. People are going to spotify and signing up for it. You mentioned the valuation. A stock is up five six percent on this deal. It's nearly doubled in two thousand, nine, hundred twenty I mean you're not wrong when you say by the valuation of spotify you can, you can make bullish on this business and still look at what it has done over the last six, and a half months and sort of shake your head and say it's. Not a cheap stock right I mean I would say you know I think they've had a strong year. They have demonstrated stickiness to this platform that was certainly tested during Kovic. Pre Cove about fifty percent of their listening hours for spent outside the home, so <hes> assumed that was sort of commuting commuting time so either on A. smartphone or In the auto things like that, and so as covert happened. People were worried that you know people you don't have that those same anymore and so on. Are People really going to stick with? Continue to pay for this premium platform, and the answer actually was yes, so rather than listening <hes> out of the home. He blurted shifting where they're listening and what they're listening to you, so they talked a lot about. SMART. Connected, devices so gaming consoles. Things like that have seen an uptick in usage, also sort of these wellness or calming playlist, rather than they're commuting sort of upbeat things, but I mean that was one significant test of this platform that I think you know pre pandemic to necessarily seen or known that data, so it was encouraging. They've had a good year.

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"spotify" Discussed on Oddly Observant

Oddly Observant

14:47 min | 2 years ago

"spotify" Discussed on Oddly Observant

"What's up everybody? Were back for the oddly. Observant podcasts haven't been posted episodes past couple weeks. I took a step back back to try to understand where I WANNA take a show in the next couple of months and over the next year. So we're ready to start recording more episodes starting some video if if you haven't liked and or subscribe to the Channel Yet please subscribe on Apple on spotify or any other place that you listen to your podcast sir. Today we're GONNA be talking about spotify wrapped. I'm sure if you listen to music on your phone on the Internet at all you've seen this review of your year and your passengers and all the music that came throughout the the different seasons of the year so today I'm bringing on on Cameron Aziz who is pretty knowledgeable about the subject. He's always building music APPs liking music APP. But Cam a nice to have gone. So what was your first impressions of the spotify. Wrap this year. Oh I thought it was pretty cool. I think So something we were going to talk about is just kind of the transformation that they've made from it used to be actually year music. And I I believe a feature Became available in twenty fourteen It was really I it was just delivered via email right and so it was delivered via email You just had some simple statistics about you're listening habits and now Fast forward to twenty sixteen and and and it had taken more of a interactive. Feel right that. There's a whole webpage now dedicated to your To you're listening habits you could click through In the May have like these really nice animations and images of the artist's then in twenty seventeen is actually when they decided to make a conflicting. They change it from a spotify year in music to spotify wrapped in idea was that they the user was is greeted with a quiz whenever I got into the APP of of what they think were the most their your habits were for the year like what they thought their most played artists was there must play Sagas and then they showed you the correct answer right and so it was pretty cool because it was kind of like you. You like them testing U.. Against how will you know your own listening habits but at the same time giving you this information right so then at the very end they had these different playlist it lists. They'd been created for you. which is the ones they had your top songs and the ones that got away so the top songs was as you can imagine a playlets in descending order of the most played songs throughout that calendar year The ones that got away. Okay is really interesting because it's a it's a radio. It's a song that you didn't listen to based on the music that you did the most so all all of the songs in the ones that got away more based off of some listening habits that you had during that calendar year and they presented the information really really neatly too on the mobile phone and online on their website. If anybody's a fan of designed spotify took extra steps in displaying all this information. That's really cool from spotify wrapped. The information itself is fascinating but the way they designed it with the certain colors and the way they made the playlist for you and where they put them actually on the APP of course they put him at tot. So it's been very very interesting to see the time and investment as spotify put into this but it almost access free advertising away too. Because everybody's talking about it on social media whether you're on tick tock twitter facebook Lincoln. Everybody's talking about it it's cool. ooh How they've taken some significant jumps throughout the years. We're checking out right now. My laptop in two thousand seventeen they just had a simple backdrop right with holiday. Themed colors right and then each of the subsequent years they've really taken it to the next level with the design. I feel like they've really not only had some great traction from This becoming kind of a an event that was anticipated like we were talking about earlier. It's it's really something that people look forward to. At the end of the year to be able to reflect on the year prior and be able to have that sort of nostalgia that everybody yearns for and then they're so smart because they package this as playlists that can be shared and interacted with on the spotify platform. So honestly so what I would really love to see from. The rat is really just more interactive data points. We're kind of look we're looking at the The most recent one They they really lay out the pages super cool and then make it feel like an awesome experience. As you're you're going through Dave Mason that they have laid out for you which I think is awesome. They've really taken the next step in terms of design. It's what's on the screen. That can't see what we're looking at. We're were scrolling through the actual spotify rap for me were going through some of the podcasts. That were popular for me. There are certain podcast for some reason. I don't know why I do this. I like listening adding to it on spotify rather than on Apple I don't know why southern about the feel so that in spotify you can do like a set timer for for like wind. PODCAST turn off. All that stuff's really cool stuff. The apple doesn't have in there at so I mean we've gone in in depth to what spotify getting podcast for but to give back to the spotify wrapped. It's cool how they go through the season's too you can kind of see how your mood or your. Your Song Tastes changed throughout the year. That was really cool. I have a I have a question based on your thought. So do you What makes you prefer Apple podcast? You prefer fertilised apple and on why. Yeah and I think it's more of a day like activity thing And I'll explain whereas like in the day when I'm more active. I like to just like Bam hit the apple. PODCASTS already subscribed all my stuff is there. They are like everyday pops up like the new ones they reload right in front of you and I can taught late. I only listen to maybe like three or four on a regular regular basis. And there's more like satellite Atalay ones but those three or four gonna hit and this is easy band one click. I'm in and I don't think about it but like I said like at night when I'm Mike chilling. I'm at home. And I'm maybe connecting acting like my phone to the my TV via like chrome cast or something. spotify has a better environment for that. I can set a timer. Do all that from controlled from my phone and also it's nice to see some of the original content from like Gimblett and other stuff like that. That's only on spotify yet. 'cause I was going to ask if it was like a content thing. Like if there's some things on apple that you just prefer because to me it's really interesting that you use both right and maybe vehic could come down to an end for a lot of people. We've heard this as well that the like theme really matters right like spotify is a darkly lit at by design. It's made that black game because that is optimal for all that could be argued because some people really prefer the light design for their music streaming right for further music player. Because on frankly I think it's because of what they're used to in probably using apple products but there's also this other factor actor which is what is the best of us like situationally you know like is it better to use like the daylight APP of apple but I don't even know if apple apple it's more efficient to get into your podcast like spotify. Does it really good job with that. You know but maybe it's just like it. It feels like muscle memory. You know so it's easier for you to just tap that or it feels that way during the day versus the night. You know. That's really interesting. Though right it's like why. Why even use both and I'm just I'm just like one user one? I have my own patterns. Like I'm sure other people have their own patterns in weird reasons why they do stuff. Maybe they have a podcast so they liked to listen to it on all these different platforms. That's wit it initially got me trying all these new stitcher and other platforms. That are a little bit smaller than spotify apple podcasts. which is because I wanted to hear how mine was allies on each one? Yeah and then be able to see like are certain people going like to win more than the other in. At what time are they listening to it. Just test like my hypothesis or hypotheses against But I've been interested in because about half of the podcast has come from apple and about half on on spotify which is actually skewed more than the average whereas spotify typically is more like ten percent twenty percent maybe Max or an Napa usually like the market share. It's interesting to see that people that are actually tuning into the podcast are split pretty much down the middle and look at your kind of branding of of your brand right. It's it's it's very close to that spot of the spotify theme that right and so maybe that like Natural Association. People like are compelled because for me. It's I'm not a hardcore podcast of consumer and to me it's all about what is where is the content most available because I'm not listening to podcast over and over and over again. I'm typically just clicking on a link or navigating from somewhere else to get some fog so what is just the most prominent. And that's why use apple in spotify because I'm not going to like go in search of podcast. They have a live on. Yeah exactly I'm just GonNa try and click a link if possible right and and listen to it there on the spot if I'm listening to typically honestly if I want to listen to the podcast like a lot I WANNA which means the Joe Rogan. podcast another one being as as recline show those are just too. I really like I'll look look at those on Youtube. They have really awesome guests on the show. And you're able to see like their body language get a little bit more out of it and the video. It's weird because we were in that that conversation we also identified. That people will sit down and watch videos of their favorite podcasts or bloggers if they enjoy them so it's like say you have ten people right you may only watch videos for those podcasters. Maybe the top two like you're not going to spend your time watching videos with somebody you just kind of like because you want that experience. You're almost sitting down and watching the new age. TV Show in these people. You really enjoy. It's very interesting and like we're were Skew on the younger side. But it's going to be very cool to see. How like the slightly older demographics from thirty five to fifty start adapting with this new attacked? They have to kind of up the antics in a lot of these talk shows now like you think about like Jimmy. Jimmy Kimmel you think about of Fallon's You think about you know The late night shows right De Eh they're having to incorporate veteran musical performances they're having to incorporate more antics and they're having to think about the packaging and distribution of things these things because frankly there's not much more appeal and the future of this medium right to those form out of shows than there are uh of any any given podcast in their room and it takes like I was actually in New York a couple months ago and went to a a Not Jimmy Fallon. But the other one Seth Meyers. Yeah his late night. Show that's NBC NBC studios and it was fascinating because he was explaining eating the process like they have tons of new one to two teams of writers the writing jokes all day and they only take a couple for the show and then they have all the great cameron the setup. They like audience to try to hype it up these guests that come in at a perfect time. There's so much coordination that has to happen for these big grand late night shows whereas if you get a couple of people that are really talented. WanNa work really hard and create like a good video. podcasts experience vigil video experience of your Vlogger on Youtube or anything it can challenge some of these the attention that was going towards these other shows totally and I mean there's with with all the tools are online. You can really take a in you know. A normal video and incorporate different clips and incorporate different aspects And it it could be a high production thing But it is that production quality eh. That's going to continue to differentiate on these companies and really allow them to keep their value because they know they're they're media has been most consumed now through digital means right and so to them. It's like okay. Well we ought to started to make this transition distribution but there's this other threat of actual quality of content actual product itself right and so they have to further differentiate themselves by outing that production layer. You know too because everybody loves consuming like these like bite sized package videos right and it allows you to consume a piece of Information Asian. One Minute to minute that brings you like a ton of joined in the lousy to go about the whatever else you're doing right and that's a much more enjoyable royal experience to be able to like filter. Search these things on demand verses just so happening to be on this channel at the specific time that it's point and you look at the success of other people say like like Jesus and mirrow right. There was really not much production quality to the show. They were sitting on the couch but it looked pretty. Good stuff. It think about where it started to write. It looked pretty good. It was the vice studios like this is a whole is a huge media company right.

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"spotify" Discussed on She Podcasts

She Podcasts

11:57 min | 2 years ago

"spotify" Discussed on She Podcasts

"Informed, potok coffee. Just use Spotify girl. So Spotify overhauling its app to promote its big on podcast. This is an article from Bloomberg. They're testing a new version of the Spotify app that gives podcasts more prominence an overhaul. The company hopes will make it easier for people to find and listen to the radio style programs. I mean how Lia right town of the topic. Tabs of the tops of users, libraries, display, the word music, and podcasts in large font, according to people familiar with the matter, what, why would you have that it making podcast more prominent? I mean, according to people who are not familiar with it, too. I don't know. Spotify already tested the changes for some users of the people who has not to be identified because the plans aren't public yet. That's the most bizarre, quote ever. The new version of the app. Podcasting 'em. Use it on equal footing marking a clear signal. Spotify wants to be an all forms of audio. The company has spent about four hundred million dollars year, buying, three podcasting companies, and has invested in original podcasts, that are available only to its users just open spot of. But I don't think I have this change it. But let me see if I can do it on the home. I didn't notice Spotify all week because I'm obsessed with Billy eyelash. Okay. I actually did I did download at this morning. I guess they must've been released in the middle of the night, or whatever. So I did down at this morning and I'm going to be positive. I'm gonna start with the positive which is thank you so much. When you look ender search like if you go into search you'll see right at the top left podcasts. And then it breaks down all the music genres. So if you're searching for something it says podcasts, and then it's got the rest of those little cards. Are all like specific genres that you're looking for, for music, then I went inside podcasts to see what was there. And so, what ends up happening though inside of that is that you get the exactly the same of what you get inside of tunes or apple podcast right in the items desktop or apple podcast, an app where you open it up and right at the top are the featured things right? So there in your face, and then you get a bunch of categories like everything else. So you top onto those, and they again have the top. Beecher things. Right. At the top part wherever you go inside of category. And then you have to scroll down, and they have like episodes like the most. I guess downloaded episodes for Spotify. I'm not sure my app doesn't have it, and I don't know if I'm not looking in the right place. I think that you have to download the app as of today, it came out today. So you, it's ninety five megabyte file, so I would suggest possibly not doing it while we are recording but I need is this update came out today this morning. But that said the thing that had that I don't really like is that it's exactly the same as anything else. So it doesn't really help people discover shows because it's the same famous shows at the top the ones that we've all heard about the ones that come from all the corporations, the ones that are public media focused, so air Gand the other thing is that. The categories themselves are vast so business and technology is one category. And that's kind of where we would fit. So we are in business and technology in one like even just saying that I'm like, what they're so many like super famous business podcasts, and there's so many super famous technology, podcasts. And now we're both in one gigantic category. There's no way anybody's gonna find. She podcast in that almost they search for it. And that's fine. But, you know, I mean. Okay. Wait. So I do see okay when I hit the search button that says top Don RAs pop rock Rb, hip hop. And then browse all podcast is in the top left. But that's only if I go to right? Yeah. Okay. And then it says podcast, it'll make you laugh, same shit different day than the different. You have. I mean, they wouldn't find hours but we're not these are not. These are like I tunes categories we, we don't have a we've got a weird position in those. And then, of course, it's all everything MPR. Yeah. All I'm not saying that we have it's about us. I'm all I'm saying is that there is no way to find a new podcast like like the way that they positioning it right? If we look at what they said, but it says Spotify overhauling. It's up to promote its big bet on podcast, and they do really talk about search in this article and how they're trying to create the best search for podcasts and stuff. And I'm just like, well, this isn't really, helping this is just doing the same thing that apple podcast, does who I wonder if there's been any talk about whether or not they're like, how their ranking or is it not ranked? Because, like, for example, when I go into business tech, I see a bunch of NPR stuff. But then, you know stacking. Benjamins which is cool. My can I ask are both of you subscribed, you both pay for premium Spotify? I do. Now I do not. I do not are so I went in and I just searched for my show and it shows up episodes. And there's no way for me to subscribe to my podcast that I can find right now in Spotify, you have to follow it. Yes, you have to add it to your favorite, like, there's, it's different language. Don't subscribe, you follow. Yeah. You don't so, yeah. You don't you just different languaging. So I go to one of my episodes, and I'm looking right now. I'm trying to figure out download share go to pod kissed. I don't even see how I download it. But I don't see how I can follow the pot gif I go to the podcast itself. It says personal oh, there it is at the top fall. That's easy. That's really easy. Again, I hate Spotify this go right on right now just because it's not it's not friendly, and we subscribe, we don't follow with. Thank you just have to get used to it. No, I don't wanna get used to it. Yeah. Well, I think that people in this in Spotify Fisher like people who are Spotify. People really love to just stay in that. It's sort of like the way that you're saying, like, no. I don't wanna get used to it. Yeah. There's a lot of people that feel that way about not Spotify. You know, like anything, that's not Spotify. So having everything in there is like, oh, cool. It's here. But see, here's my thing, though. This is what they say. This is a little bit of a quote, that's later on in the article that says, quote, there are plenty of podcast. We'd all enjoy, if only we knew the existed McCarthy said last week in interview there is no search engine. No search interface that understands what podcast you? And I like we're working hard on that problem, then quote at this point in time. I do not know whether this update I guess it is a move in the right direction. Yes, it is. Because it's got podcast front and center top left, you can start to see that there there you can go into it, but. In terms of facilitating search you're still only giving results based on what, you know, like the big name, things verses may be, I would, I would even imagine to do something like key words, subject matter that kind of facilitation for looking for content would be awesome. And maybe the reason that this is gonna work better for Spotify. Is that you have to use it? Right. Isn't not the way it works. Just you have to use it. Yeah. Listen to. And then it kind of starts to teach you or are learn that types of music that you like. And then it will start to suggest songs that you might based on your the way that you've been consuming content. So maybe. So my work for people who actually use it to listen to podcast in the app. My home screen says recently played heavy rotation for fans of lady Gaga popular playlists. Well, I'm not I'm not particularly huge Finally fan. the guy, but my son likes poker face pup poker face Papa poker. So, like, so now I have my Spotify slightly skew. But still, yeah. It remember, it's recommended radio stations. Keep the vibe going inspired by your recent activities. So now I have like songs to sing in the shower list, and, like guilty pleasures list, and yeah. It's all sadly all based on stuff. My son enjoys like alien ant, farm and kiss, and lady Gaga and Camilla. Kobe. Oh, it's the weirdest playlist ever. But yeah, yeah. But that's what I'm saying. I think that part of it is that we have to use it in order for us really begin to see whether or not this is backed going to help that's cool. Part, John is like getting it to tell you what's next, what's coming here because you played Stevie Wonder here's eight play lists of soul from nineteen seventy. Oh, here's a big bunch of songs that I don't care about. Going to songs. I'm never going to listen. Because I like come on the chances are, if you like Stevie Wonder, you'll like either, you know, the Jackson Five Marvin Gaye. There's I mean they're not wrong. There's years that if I wanted to listen to that music, I would search them using the song on my playing every service, does that though apple music, does it, too. So the next thing is pretty big news. A big deal. Google has decided to start indexing podcasts. So now along with all the articles that have ever been written and all the videos that have ever been taken and all the images that have ever been taken. When you now have every podcast episode starting to be indexed by Google, which is pretty exciting. Something about Google is going to have a new full coverage feature which would make its way directly into Google. Search and also they would begin indexing podcast vertical update Lester with an AI powered redesign, which includes a full coverage which to get a more realistic view of a new story. But then they're going to index podcast with engine can research in surface, relevant episodes of given program based on the content not just the title. Whoa. That man yet. Absolutely. So they're what they're going to be looking at, via a I is not just the show notes, but the actual audio content, so they are going to be giving results based on that, which I think, is really great. And you'll be able to listen right in the Webster. So when you find something relevant and just hit play, and listen to a right there. Yep. Absolutely. We they actually just released this last week. So when you guys are listening to this Google had their Google show. It's kind of like their big conference for every year. They announced some of the stuff that's coming out. And then, as of believe Thursday, last week, may ninth is when the essentially pulled the plug like they just weren't like, okay, we're live. And so now if you go inside of Google like Google dot com and you search for up on cast, for the most part, it's still not it's you know, they're still variance because I have been asking. Feedback and whatnot. And I've seen screen shots from a pretty decent amount of podcasters coming out there. You can you can see it. You can see when people are it's delivered for Google podcast, so.

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"spotify" Discussed on podnews

podnews

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"spotify" Discussed on podnews

"So is Spotify bringing more new audiences to podcasting panoply have published the data which claims to show that yes Spotify as growing the pie reaching different people in different places than other podcasts platforms. Meanwhile, lobby group open markets once the Spotify Gimblett anchor deal to be blocked and says that government should head off efforts by platform monopolists to take control over the industry and an Indian website scrolled are in claims that podcasts at the heart of the slow web and spotify's investment in the might change things forever. Meanwhile, spot of I have added a word category in their use app, including audio books and poetry

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"spotify" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

03:46 min | 3 years ago

"spotify" Discussed on Exponent

"But I definitely feel like people have a recent see preference. And that undercuts this notion of you by this content, which Netflix, doesn't it sort of evergreen. And it helps keep people on. And it keeps adding up. And this is part of the reason why I think Netflix doesn't get into sports because it goes stay over quickly. And I think pug cost in a certain sense. A mole exports in this regard in that goes stay relatively quickly. That was a problematically insightful comment by you because there's like fourteen things that I want to respond to so so I think we do multiple levels so start with Spotify sort of an podcast, relative to sort of the record labels. And I think there's an aspect where Spotify is sort of stuck with the record labels. We've debated to a sent can they play chicken with the labels like was really afford to cut Spotify off. And certainly I think there will be pushes around the edges of like how much shared how much of label marketing budgets ends up going back to Spotify. So it's kind of like the money does like circle in exchange for Spotify meal to promote music, which I think is a real value. That's has. I mean, how much is it worth to be promoted by Spotify? It's massive there's always been this sort of pay to play marketing budgets when it comes to radio. I think that's absolutely something that could work out as far Spotify goes, but at the end of the day, this sort of fundamental structure of the value chain where the labels and Spotify are co joined in a way, it's almost like. The way that distributors like Comcast cable distributors were joined with networks like Disney's networks, and like there was a push and pull about wait. We're clearly extracting a lot of money from the customer. The real debate is how do we split that up? That's kind of like what's happening here in some respects. Right. Yeah. That's a good analogy. Well, Dr perfect analogy because Comcast would still sort of geographic sue cities that probably them a little more power, whereas because of the internet Spotify doesn't have geographic exclusivity, so they're competing. It's apple music, for example, which means the negotiating position of the labels is stronger relative Spotify. Then Disney is say relative to Comcast, for example. But I think as sort of a high level this idea that there's this part of the value chain that kind of makes sense to be integrated. But it's actually split into two. And there's a push and pull about that. That is I think the best way to think about and understand Spotify. Relative to music labels. Yeah. I know so say that there's more concentration in the labels which makes it hotter for Spotify. And apple music too. Get in an argument and cut it off like you think about when Comcast or some cable channel really gets in a fight with one of the content produces it can sometimes end up in a world where the cable is like sorry. We couldn't reach an agreement the contents not available, and that's not ideal for them. But there was still enough diversity of channels that they could afford to do it. That's definitely not the case when there are really three labels. And you lose a third of the music, right? And what actually happened in the cable industry over time was more and more consolidation on the sort of channel side to sort of counteract this effect because it actually build towards today. There's only really like four or five cable networks that matter and of those TNT or Turner and Disney are by far the most powerful. And that's why you saw for example, I've we're kind of going down a rat hole. But when they started like sling TV started like the idea of getting the cable bundle over the internet. What were the two that were on there? It was Disney and TNT, and you had all the random Disney channel's like maker TV or something like that why because they had created their own sort of. Of bundle within the bundle to increase their negotiating leverage with distributors originally to negotiate with Comcast. But they could leverage that against new entrance as well. Anyhow, the labels have like perfected that like, there's three labels. And if you lose any one of them urine music service is not viable screwed in its accentuated by the geographic point like you can switch to apple music anywhere in the world whereas changing from Comcast..

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"spotify" Discussed on Exponent

Exponent

03:39 min | 3 years ago

"spotify" Discussed on Exponent

"But I think hopefully by the initial we'll get more into some of the value chain and sort of module heirachy discussion and how that applies to aggregate IRS versus direct sewer businesses. We've been touching on that a bit over the last couple of weeks. And I think it applies in this case. But before we get sort of super confusing and get people lost. Maybe we should dive into the details of what's been going on. Yeah. It's spotify. Had some interesting news the past couple of days, didn't I they certainly did. This was a situation where there's always the questionable writing about something. Like something happens. Do I want to write about it immediately or should I wait? And in this case, there was an announcement over the weekend that Spotify was buying Gimblett media force, the only two hundred thirty million dollars, which is a pretty I opening price. Give what media is a podcast studio that produces a number of popular shows. I think the most popular one is called reply all they're pretty large. They have a staff of one hundred. I think they have around twenty some shows, and it's not just original podcast production. They're also getting slightly individual. Although I think that's a very small. Business, and they also have sort of a branded content arm, which is like date of advertising for podcasts. Sort of thing. They've doing podcasts on the behalf of brands think about like, the original sort of BuzzFeed model back in the day in Spotify acquire them, and obviously very tempted to write about right away. There's a space that I've very interested in there is interesting on all sorts of levels. But it wasn't like officially confirmed and plus spotify's earnings we're going to be on Wednesday. So I'm like, you know, I think maybe I should wait just to be safe. And I'm glad I did. Because not only did the earnings come out that turns out the requiring to podcast companies. The other one is anchor anchor sort of premises. It should be super easy to get started with podcasting, and you can record a podcast like right on your phone, and then you can upload it. And it can all be taken care of the also have just a general hosting business. Like if we wanted to we could stick exponent on inkers hosting so two big acquisitions clearly significant move into the space, and now hopefully, the water has settled enough that we can safely talk about it. Even if we're talking about it in a slightly. Out of order away. Yeah. It's so interesting because these podcasts companies seemed to be completely opposite ends of the spectrum. It's one thing to stop to acqui-, very popular content. And this is a playbook that shouldn't be too unfamiliar to our listeners given the conversation that we had around net flicks. A couple of weeks back, but at the other end of the spectrum making it easy for folks who would just starting out like that sounds like it's long tail type content and how that fits together for an audio subscription business. I think this is going to make for a fascinating conversation. Absolutely. And I want to sort of double down on that point. Because I think there's a headline here, which is Spotify gets majorly into podcasting which is a true headline, but it's really hard to sort of analyze what's going on. Unless you understand the fact that to your point these two companies are completely different like inker as far as I know does not have any massively popular podcast that you could sort of make exclusive Spotify and that. Dr spotify. Subscriptions. I mean, I'm sure the hope is to get there. And we can talk about it in a moment. But for now, you know, they like to talk about oh, we had fifty percent of all new podcast on itunes in the last six months. I think is one of their talking points, which to be clear, not fifty percent of all podcast. It's all the new podcasts that were on itunes came from inker. It makes sense that that's a metric they would sorta highlight because it fits sort of the idea that anyone can podcast. You know, what I mean anyone can put something that's very very different than Joe shmoe over here with his phone recording. Something versus dimwit media, which is the super high end production, Kylie produce so's that cost a good deal money to produce in have very large mass market audiences in our today tattoo business model.

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"spotify" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

03:09 min | 3 years ago

"spotify" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"The label out of Jiro Salvin in in GIO saw than in in India that and the idea what those labels isn't to keep the music only on those streaming platforms label artists on on. Spotify label are played on apple music and other services, right? It's just Spotify gets to feature them. They get to exclusive they get to get early releases. And so I could see them doing that with podcast talent to saying. Hey, what's working for music artists? We can also do with podcasters. In fact, I think it would be super smart for apple music to do the same thing because apple does have exclusive recordings and live concerts and things that they put out only on apple music, at least initially and doing that with podcast when you're the predominant podcast provider out there. I mean, fifty I think it's fifty plus percent of people listen to their podcasts through I tunes somehow. I I think they might be missing something there by not snapping up a company like inlet. I get it. I hope sorry to interrupt you. I just I just hope what they do is is not. Dangled carrots in front of me the way say Star Trek discovery is a CB L CBS all access like I I don't I don't like the whole. Here's a little taste now come over here and pay for thing. I know that's not what they're saying. And we don't even know how this is all gonna play you mean like like Netflix does stranger things where they're like. Well, you can only get it if you pay for net flex China. I mean, you make a good point. That's like isn't a bunch of independent creators making thing we should all just have open access to there's a there's a core philosophical problem. I have that. Maybe we don't need anymore. Maybe I'm to two thousand four and my brain here. And I'm just like, yeah. Podcast, man. It's the new way we're all open. Everybody can get it. And maybe that's starting to change. Everyone's two different things here. I would hate it. If Spotify started walling off a lot of stuff. In fact, that was my biggest problem when they started adding podcast is you had to do it only through them like you couldn't they weren't. Just opening it up to anybody. And one thing they need to add to their app is the ability to put in a customer assess feet, right? He can't take any of our patriotic. You are else and put them in Spotify yet and a lot of people like to do that sort of thing not just for our show. So I'm with you there like leave make open podcasting part of your service. But I don't think that prevents them from having a few exclusives. And in house things as long as they they allow those things to go out on the open market at some point. Sorry, you you're gonna say something totally cut you off. It's okay. I I have been following spotify's introduction into the podcast world for a while. And wondered why more wasn't happening? There was sort of this us. But if I get into podcast cool. I guess we all work in podcasting. I'm always interested in these sorts of things, and it all seems a little stall. I knew folks who couldn't get a hold of anybody over at Spotify to figure out why they couldn't get their podcast featured and the anchor acquisition that acquisition is interesting. But the anchor echoes mission is so much more interesting because the whole point of anchor is anybody could do this. We will walk you through it. You can produce at podcast from your phone. That's what you wanna do. We have lots of tools. We have folks here who are.

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"spotify" Discussed on Download This Show

Download This Show

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"spotify" Discussed on Download This Show

"Details. Log in details on Facebook must keep a record of your my phone number in order for that to work, and therefore they could use that to triangulate the phone number that I that I use for you. What's applic-? Yeah. That's really good and small sidebar say if you're not using two factor authentication, it's super easy can find so many guys on how to do it on the internet. Please do it. But just to to finish that point that what's have been could have all this daughter on new and that they essentially want more daughter on the uses because WhatsApp is kind of the walled garden at the moment. They've obviously just had a big high with one of the senior legal counsels for the electric frontiers foundation moving from one of the biggest privacy organizations in the world to what's that they're trying to improve their image. But they also desperate to try, and consolidate demo this is what you are listening to it easier guide to the week in media, technology and culture, we're in studio with Claire Riley Sada and some idiot and Fennell just keeps on talking. Have you ever heard of the term mystery coal mystery Cole is a genre of music the hat has risen uniquely on these streaming platform of Spotify. Because they're these mystery acts that popping up on Spotify. Play amazing. Nobody knows what they are away. They've come form come from which is how they've got him the nickname mystery core. So if you would open up Spotify right now, and you saw in the collection about us that you would listen to names like Beran drool-o five or Bradaigh night or DJ brewers today even sound super with. I've just realized this is the first time I've like I've said that ladder when he's really hot to say cheaper names benign and musically like the short songs very few. Sometimes no lyrics very generic cover-up nondescript of song titles, but they just a popping up in people's playlists. And there is some concern now that he'd actually is indigo. Native of security flow. Yes. So this kind of popped up a lot of people didn't actually discover it until they sold that. This is the song. This is the music you listen to in twenty Spotify generates at least for you to make it really socially sharable. Who is that? Right. A lot of people saw that those names you mentioned just completely weird. They wasn't issue back in September of last year where Facebook had a daughter breach because everything links back to Facebook. Facebook dot break for for their access tokens, so access talk. If you log into Spotify using your Facebook account. Which is something that Facebook had issues with in the pause, log into a website using Facebook Email and possibly once again side as I daren't do that plays. I'm realizing you all is you get a password manager very very easy to use. So it's like getting schooled on the right? Facebook said they didn't they revoked all those access tokens kind of complicated thing in the back end security wise, but essentially that shouldn't have been a breakpoint or a breach of Spotify. But a lot of people questioning that because it's like, well, I haven't listened to these music, so maybe someone hacked my account and tried to get these plays up. But when you talking about sort of zero point six cents per stream for band, they have to get a law to streams to get that kind of revenue through. So it's not it's unlikely to be a money making venture in of itself. But also if you get involved you suddenly have the ability to run up streams very very quickly..

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03:31 min | 3 years ago

"spotify" Discussed on Download This Show

"A record of your mobile phone number in order for that to work, and therefore they could use that to triangulate the phone number that I that I use for you. What's epic? Yeah. That's really good and small sidebar say if you're not using two factor indication it's super easy can find so many guides on how to do it on the internet. Please do it. But just to to finish that point that what's have been could have all his daughter on you. And that they essentially want more daughter on the uses because WhatsApp is kind of the walled garden at the moment. They've obviously just had a big high with one of the senior legal counsels for the electric frontiers foundation moving from one of the biggest privacy organizations in the world to what's that they're trying to improve their image. But they also desperate to try, and consolidate demo is what you're listening to it easier guide to the week in media, technology, and culture, we're in studio with Klay Riley, and John Assadullah and some idiot and Fennell it just keeps on talking. Have you ever heard of the term mystery coal mystery Cole is a genre of music the hat has risen uniquely on these streaming platform of Spotify. Because they're these mystery acts that popping up on Spotify. Play amazing. Nobody knows what they are away. They've come form come from which is how they've gotten the nickname mystery core. So if you would open up Spotify right now, and you saw in the collection about us that you would listen to names like Barron drool-o five or Bradaigh night or DJ brewers today even sound super with. I've just realized this is the first time I've like I've said that lavaman he's really hot to say cheap names benign and musically like the short songs very few. Sometimes no lyrics very generic cover-up nondescript of song titles, but they just a popping up in people's playlists. And there is some concern now that he'd actually is. Indicative of security flow class. Yes. So this kind of popped up a lot of people didn't actually discover it until they sold that this is the song. This is the music you listen to in twenty Spotify generates at least for you to make it really socially sharable. Who is that? Right. A lot of people saw that those names you mentioned just completely weird. They wasn't issue back in September of last year where Facebook had a daughter breach because everything links back to Facebook. Facebook dot breach for for their access tokens, so access talk. If you log into Spotify using your Facebook account. Which is something that Facebook had issues with in the pause looking into a website using Facebook Email and possibly once again side pay as I daren't do that plays. I'm realizing you all is you get a password manager very very easy to use. So it's like getting schooled on the right? Facebook said they didn't they revoked all those access tokens kind of complicated thing in the back end security wise, but essentially that shouldn't have been a breakpoint or a breach of Spotify. But a lot of people questioning that because it's like, well, I haven't listened to these music, so maybe someone hacked my account and tried to get these plays up when you talking about sort of zero point six cents per stream for band, they have to get a law to streams to get that kind of revenue through. So it's not it's unlikely to be a money making venture in and of itself. Yeah. But also if you get involved you suddenly have the ability to run up streams very very quickly..

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