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Good Morning! This week there isn't a whole lot happening in the music industry because the holidays
Issue #22  •  November 24  •  view online
Startups and change makers leveraging music and music technology to curate a more creative world.
Good Morning!
This week there isn’t a whole lot happening in the music industry because the holidays are slowly descending upon us.
There is a comeback from the makers of Vine whose new platform Byte will be launching before the end of the year as a beta.
Spotify wants to be your record label.
Pandora is blasting into podcasts with their own genome project focusing on the emerging media area.
Hope you all have a great weekend!
Corey & Josh

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Giphy launches short video platform following first film festival  - The Verge

Spotify to Musicians: Let Us Be Your Label - Bloomberg

Vine co-founder plans to launch successor Byte in Spring 2019 – TechCrunch

Wonderful Union's Ultimate VIP Experiences: Up Close with Justin Timberlake, G-Eazy's Barber's Chair & More | Billboard

Podcast Choices Got Your Head Spinning? Pandora Launches 'Genome Project' for a Crowded Medium | Billboard

BBC - Capital - Why blockchain developers 'can earn $158,000'

A Tech Wunderkind Who Knows Jaden Smith and Elon Musk  - The New York Times

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Techstars Startup Digest Music is curated by:
Corey Crossfield Corey Crossfield - Music Digest Curator
Josh Ford Josh Ford
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