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ByteDance to Launch Music Streaming Platform like Spotify in India

ByteDance, the Chinese internet company behind TikTok, is now in talks to launch Spotify-like music streaming app for the Indian audience. According to reports, the company has already secured deals with two leading music labels in India – T-Series & Times Music and is expected to roll out the services around this fall. In the …

Gaana Expands Into Music Video Streaming Services

Gaana, the Indian music streaming giant, introduces music video services on its app in an effort to widen its market dominance. The videos are tailor-made for mobile viewing and available in vertical format only. With this development, Gaana is supposed to differentiate the audio streaming competition from rivals like JioSaavn, Spotify, and Amazon Prime Music. …

Music Streaming Industry in India Marked 150 Million Users in 2018

Indian Digital-Music market recorded a figure of nearly 150 Mn active users in December 2018. However, earlier it was bandied that the audio streaming market in India involves around 100 Mn audiences. Presence of popular audio streaming applications including Gaana, Wynk Music, Jio Saavn, Amazon Music, and Apple Music is paving significant growth opportunities in …

Spotify India launch: Company is now at loggerheads with music label companies

Warner, Sony, and Universal, the big three American music labels have interrupted the Swedish music streaming giant Spotify’s India launch. The above three music labels account for the vast majority of music in the US and across the Western world. According to them as music licenses are sold by territory, Spotify can’t launch in India …

Spotify soon to launch in India

According to Deloitte, Indian music streaming market is set to touch Rs 3100 crore by 2020 and the report has certainly interested Swedish streaming giant Spotify to explore the market. While the details are yet to be unfolded, the company had reportedly leased out an office in Mumbai in 2017. Indian music streaming market is …

Amazon Prime Music inks deal with IPRS for ad-free music streaming

Amazon India and Indian Performing Right Society (IPRS) have joined hands for ad-free music streaming service, Amazon Prime Music. Amazon Prime Music will have access to more than a million titles in multiple languages of different era and genres. IPRS which is the authorized body to issue licenses for usage of musical works and literary …

Tencent expands, invests in Indian music streaming service

India’s popular music streaming service, Gaana has attracted “ a sizeable investment” from the Chinese web giant Tencent. Gaana, the 2010 music firm is a property of media firm The Times Of India. Tencent which is a pretty dominant player in the rapidly expanding Chinese digital music domain has shown concern in Gaana as a …

Amazon Prime Music strikes content deal with Zee Music

After hinting the launch of Prime Music in India for months, Amazon has formally announced its partnership with Zee Music. However, the exact date of launch for the streaming service and the financial aspect of the deal is under wrap. Amazon Prime members can avail the new service at no additional cost and moreover, the …

Spotify may be launched in Thailand and Vietnam

Spotify may be extending its services to Asia. It is considering two music editors in Vietnam and Thailand. So that’s an indication that it may extend its services in Asian countries. As per sources, Spotify may expand to India as well and if that happens, it could give stiff competition to Gaana, Saavn, Google Music …

Platform for artists with non film music launched by gaana

Gaana has started a platform called “Gaana Originals” for artists who want to promote non-film music Music artists will get mainstream reach so they can launch their original content at the same magnitude as film music. Gaana is attempting to revamp trends in music by creating this platform that goes beyond film-based music. Launch an …

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