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Why Can't Digital Music Services Get Jazz & Classical Right?

by Ian Dahlman, FMC Communications Intern

20.7 million Americans (8.8% of all US adults) attended a classical music performance in 2012, according to the National Endowment for the Arts’ recent survey highlights. 19 million (8.1%) attended a jazz gig. But if these millions of classical & jazz fans tried to use any of the most popular digital music services to access classical or jazz music at home, they’d likely end up confused and unable to find what they’re looking for. read more

Submitted by kevin on October 18, 2013 - 1:27pm

Rising Tides

Over the past ten years, internet and digital radio has evolved into a robust and viable business. 

Services like Pandora, Sirius XM, Clear Channel’s IHeartRadio and Slacker are leading the way in delivering radio-like services to millions of music fans every day, and paying millions of dollars in digital performance royalties to rightsholders, performers and songwriters. read more

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