Podcast: News Roundup March 5, 2019
This week, one of rock paper scissors' resident music tech experts, Tristra Newyear Yeager, digs into the headlines with host Dmitri Vietze. Hear what's breaking, from copyright laws to morphing concert halls. The Music Tectonics podcast goes beneath the surface of the music industry to explore how technology is changing the way business gets done. The podcast includes news roundups, interviews, and more. Find the episode on iTunes or wherever you listen to podcasts. We're now on Stitcher, Spotify, and Google Play. You can also find the podcast on our website!
Featured news stories this week include:
The So-Called 'Local Radio Freedom Act' Is Actually an Anti-Creator, Anti-Property-Rights Bill (Guest Column) on Billboard.
Why India Matters to Spotify, and Why it May Not Deliver on musicindustryblog.
Warner: Spotify just lied about India injunction – and its comments on negotiations are 'appalling' on Music Business Worldwide.
Pandora's New 'Stories' Tool Lets Artists Attach Voice Commentary to Songs on Billboard.
Tencent and KKR are Mulling $22.7BN Universal Music Group Bids on Music Business Worldwide.
DJ Jazzy Jeff: Only Artists Are Complaining About Streaming on DJ Booth.
Direct-to-Consumer Hip-Hop is Not a Game on Trapital.
Can Spotify Help Fix Podcasting's Biggest Challenges? on Folio.
Seattle Symphony has a hall that can morph into different sounding spaces on Seattle Times.
Students come together to put on dorm concerts on News at IU Bloomington.