"digital music" articles

On July 5th, 2016, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit issued its opinion on whether password sharing violates the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA). I read the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit opinion on password sharing , and I suggest you do as well. Judge McKeown and Judge Reinhardt make compelling and insightful comments. For those of you who don’t have the time or energy to read it yourselves, I’ve summarized the major points: The case which...
Codenamed “Hendrix” during development, the newly announced Chromecast Audio streaming media device from Google enables users to broadcast music over Wi-Fi to speakers, televisions, and car stereos that have the device plugged into their standard 3.5 mm audio port, RCA port or optical input. With its product launch today, Google seeks to further solidify its position in the streaming media space. Here are a few quick observations that suggest why Chromecast Audio may or...
 
by Brad Russell | Sep. 29, 2015
Tags: Chromecast, digital music, Google, streaming
As I stroll and speak around CCW-SATCON today, there is plenty of talk around how OTT rights and licensing are going to affect traditional video distribution methods. However, Google (being Google), decided to crash the party with their announcement of YouTube Music Key , an ad-free subscription service that will allow users to watch, download, and listen to music offline or with the screen locked. The new music service is interesting, and there are a few key takeaways from the...
 
by Glenn Hower | Nov. 12, 2014
Tags: digital content, digital music, Google, online video, streaming
New Parks Associates consumer research examines the trend toward original content and how it impacts consumption and brand perception. The research firm finds that new technologies and content options are driving changes in digital media consumption. In the video market, online video sources are now becoming important sources for content, especially for younger consumers. The disruptive forces behind this shift are also affecting other aspects of digital media, including music,...
 
by Kaitlin Hawkins | Apr. 25, 2014
Tags: digital content, digital media, digital music, online video
Parks Associates' digital music report, Evolution of Digital Music on Connected Devices , finds that since 2011, the number of consumers in U.S. broadband households listening to streaming audio services has grown 130%. This rapid growth can be attributed to the expansion of connected CE devices such as such as A/V receivers, all-in-one home theater systems, wireless speakers, speaker docks, speaker bars, multiroom digital music systems. In this report, Parks Associates analysts...
 
by Kaitlin Hawkins | Apr. 21, 2014
Tags: connected CE, digital music, streaming
Parks Associates data shows that the number of streaming music users has doubled in the last two years, while the number of paying subscribers has surged 166% over the same period of time. Due to popularity within the space, Sprint announced it will  be offering customers premium digital music services through their mobile devices. The first offering, streaming music service through the Harman Kardon® Onyx Studio™ wireless speaker system, will be available to U.S. customers...
 
by Kaitlin Hawkins | Feb. 24, 2014
Tags: digital music, mobile, smartphones, streaming
zonIn the past few years, a number of ingredients have coalesced to bring about dramatic change in the home audio market. Take, for example, the concept of multi-room audio systems. Until recently, these were only possible by running wires to in-wall or in-ceiling speakers and fed through an A/V receiver. In other words, they weren't the purview of the mass-market. Several factors have significantly changed this paradigm. Wireless networking, including Wi-Fi and Bluetooth -...
 
by | Jan. 14, 2014
Tags: CES, digital music, streaming
By Brett L. Sappington, Director of Research On Thursday, The Wall Street Journal published an article reporting rumors that Apple was in discussions with pay-TV providers about the possibility of an Apple-branded set-top box (STB) that would carry live and on-demand content. According to the article, Apple proposed to provide the hardware and have pay-TV providers deliver the linear and on-demand content. For Apple, which has made a strong business by leveraging content to...
 
by Brett Sappington | Aug. 17, 2012
Tags: apps, digital music, gaming, OTT, pay tv, set top

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