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Music streaming service Spotify is now available in MENA region

Leading music streaming service, Spotify is finally making its way to the Middle East and North Africa. The company’s streaming services are now available to many countries of the region such as Lebanon, Egypt, United Arab Emirates, Kuwait, Oman, Saudi Arabia,  Bahrain, Morocco, Jordan, Tunisia, and Algeria. With the launch in the MENA region, Spotify is …

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Music streaming service Deezer available across North Africa and middle East

Global music streaming service Deezer is now available across the North Africa and the middle East. Music fans in MENA region will be able to instantly access local content from Saudi-based telecom provider Qanawat, music production group Mazzika along with 53 million tracks from global artists. The MENA regional Deezer app will include content curated …

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Paid music streaming subscription might touch 235m by year end

According to research reports, music streaming services continues to rise. The number of people subscribing for paid music streaming is set to touch 235 million worldwide by the end of 2018. Growth of music streaming services, wider acceptance of streaming media in all forms and smarter device updates are few reason which have led to …

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Sony plans to debut music streaming service

Japanese multinational conglomerate corporation, Sony is reportedly considering to launch its own music streaming service in the future. Sony has a wide music catalogue and had earlier acquired Michael Jackson’s estate share of EMI Music Publishing for $287 million. Acknowledging Spotify’s leadership in the music streaming industry, Rob Stringer, CEO of Sony Music Entertainment quoted …

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Music streaming service Deezer adds $185 Million, enters partnership with Rotana

Music streaming giant Deezer has raised $185 million from both new and existing investors. The Paris based streaming service announced that the cash injection took Deezer’s valuation past the €1 billion mark. Earlier, Deezer had struck a partnership with Dubai based media company, Rotana Group for distributing Rotana’s content across North Africa and Middle East …

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SoundCloud’s Revenue clocks $100 million

German audio streaming platform SoundCloud has generated $100 million in revenue in 2017. Established in the year 2007 and competing with the likes of Apple Music, Spotify, Tidal etc., SoundCloud has marketed more towards the creators rather than pushing it’s SoundCloud Go like its rival Spotify. SoundCloud offers specific tools for podcasters and artists that …

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Approx 2 million users accessing Spotify Premium without making payment

Swedish music streaming giant, Spotify whose operating losses are growing each year has done a shocking revelation that almost 2 million users are accessing Spotify Premium service without paying a penny.   The news was disclosed by the company ahead of its NYSE listing next month. The company said,  “On March 21, 2018, we detected …

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Spotify optimistic about closing 2018 with 92-96 million paying users

Swedish music streaming giant Spotify is expecting to register 92-96 million paying customers by the end of  2018 against 36 million paid subscriber count of its arch-rival Apple Music. Spotify quotes premium subscribers as the ones who have completed registration with Spotify and have activated a payment method for a premium service. Spotify is also …

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Spotify all set to debut in SA

Swedish online audio streaming giant Spotify is all set to debut in SA, putting rest to the speculation that stemmed from its advertisement for a senior editor and music programmer for South Africa back in September 2017. The pricing details are yet to be disclosed by Spotify. The Proteas already have an array of music …

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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 …

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