Startups and change makers leveraging music and music technology to curate a more creative world.
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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Vine — the much loved and mourned short video hosting platform — will return, kind of, sort of. Co-creator Dom Hofmann announced on Twitter today that its spiritual successor is set to arrive next spring.
Pandora is aiming to change all that with its ambitious new Podcast Genome Project, a system of recommendations inspired by their signature Music Genome analysis method, which was initially announced by CEO Roger Lynch in January and launches in beta today.
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