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  1. ¡BLACKPINK parece estar disfrutando del éxito internacional! El 25 de junio, la nueva canción de BLACKPINK, “As If It’s Your Last”, fue incluida en la lista de “Lo mejor de la semana” de Apple. Se unen a la lista junto a artistas populares como Drake y Radiohead. Este es un gran logro para el grupo, especialmente porque ni siquiera hace un año de su debut. No solo eso, también han logrado un gran récord en YouTube, logrando llegar a los 10 millones de reproducciones en 17 horas y a los 20 millones en 47 horas tras su lanzamiento, siendo el grupo que menos tiempo ha necesitado para lograrlo.
  2. Servidores de música vía streaming llegan a los 100 millones de suscriptores. Spotify se queda con el 43%, Apple Music casi 21%. In streaming’s earlier years, when doubts prevailed across the artist, songwriter and label communities, one of the arguments put forward by enthusiasts was that when streaming reached scale everything would make sense. When asked what ‘scale’ meant, the common reply was ‘100 million subscribers’. In December, the streaming market finally hit and passed that milestone, notching up 100.4 million subscribers by the stroke of midnight on the 31st December. It was an impressive end to an impressive year for streaming, but does it mark a change in the music industry, a fundamental change in the way in which streaming works for the music industry’s numerous stakeholders? Streaming Has Piqued Investors’ Interest The streaming market was always going to hit the 100 million subscriber mark sometime around now, but by closing out the year with the milestone it was ahead of schedule. This was not however entirely surprising as the previous 12 months had witnessed a succession of achievements and new records. Not least of which was the major labels registering a 10% growth in overall revenue in Q2, driven by a 52% increase in streaming revenue. This, coupled with Spotify and Apple’s continual out doing of each other with subscriber growth figures, Spotify’s impending IPO and Vevo’s $500 million financing round, have triggered a level of interest in the music business from financial institutions not seen in well over a decade. The recorded music business looks like it might finally be starting the long, slow recovery from its generation-long recession. Fuente: https://musicindustryblog.wordpress.com/2017/01/06/music-subscriptions-passed-100-million-in-december-has-the-world-changed/
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