Migratory Music Launches Digital Music Distribution and HD Advertising Kiosks, the Ovation Towers, for Artists, Live Music Venues and Their Fans

Partners Include Nederlander Concerts (The Greek Theatre and City National Grove of Anaheim), MediaNet, Abbey Road Live, SeePoint Technology, Aderra Media Technologies, YCD Multimedia LOS ANGELES, May 16, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) — The Ovation Tower, the music industry’s first live digital media distribution kiosk and HD digital advertising platform, developed for major music venues, today […]


Posted by Ted • Wednesday, May 16, 2012 .

Wall St Cheat Sheet: Artists Question Spotify’s Payment Structure

Artists Question Spotify’s Payment Structure By Debbie Baratz January 09, 2012 Some of the biggest music acts in the industry are saying no thanks to music streaming services such as Spotify. Why? The music just doesn’t sound that good. Adele, Coldplay The Black Keys, and Tom Waits are some of the giants who are not […]


Posted by Ted • Monday, January 9, 2012 .

The Problem with Subscription Music Services

By Karen Allen For the first half of this year, I’ve been systematically trying the subscription music streaming services, some concurrently, in an attempt to understand what’s holding them back. On the surface, it’s an incredible value. $5-$10/month for all you can eat music streams, with playlist building, mobile access and no advertising. Some even […]


Posted by Ted • Wednesday, August 10, 2011 .

LA Times: Spotify’s digital music service debuts in U.S.

By Alex Pham, Los Angeles TimesJuly 14, 2011, 8:00 p.m. Sweden’s Spotify digital music service arrived in the U.S. with its catalog of 15 million songs and an operation that is primed to shake up the world’s largest and most lucrative music market. With 10 million registered users in Europe, Spotify offers limited hours of […]


Posted by Ted • Friday, July 15, 2011 .

NYT: Google’s Digital Music Service Falls Short of Ambition

May 10, 2011 By Ben Sisario Google had big plans for its new digital music service. It wanted an online store to compete with iTunes and Amazon, as well as a “smart locker” storage system in which the company would stream music to its millions of users from a gigantic central jukebox. But the service […]


Posted by Ted • Tuesday, May 10, 2011 .

PC Advisor: Music industry rues loss of 20m buyers

February 25, 2011 by Joab Jackson Free streaming services are replacing piracy as the chief culprit of music industry revenue loss in the minds of fiscally frustrated executives, if a number of panel discussions at a New York digital music conference are any indication. People are listening to more music than ever before, but they […]


Posted by Ted • Friday, February 25, 2011 .