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Universal Music Isn't Fully Banning Streaming Exclusives, But It's Still Scared Of Being Left Behind

Wednesday, August 24, 2016 2:39pm

Universal Music Isn't Fully Banning Streaming Exclusives, But It's Still Scared Of Being Left BehindYesterday reports surfaced about Universal Music Group possibly banning streaming exclusives entirely, but a new report by BuzzFeed’s Reggie Ugwu has revealed a more nuanced approach. An anonymous source close to the label confirmed Universal Music Group’s stance against giving extended exclusives to individual streaming platforms, but also cautioned that it doesn’t amount to a “blanket ban” against such agreements entirely. Indeed, Universal Music Group may be forced to make some difficult decisions in the future, should artists who are not entirely under its purview — such as Taylor Swift, who’s signed to independent partner Big Machine Records, and Cash Money’s Drake — continue to make agreements with the likes of Apple Music and cut UMG out almost entirely.


Reward your ears: 5 gadgets to liven up your music

Wednesday, August 24, 2016 11:04am

This Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016, photo shows the Electrohome Archer Briefcase portable turntable, in Decatur, Ga. The unit has built-in speakers and a headphone jack if the user wants to listen in private. A USB port on the front lets the listener play music from a flash drive with song files. (AP Photo/ Ron Harris)ATLANTA (AP) — Open your ears. What do you hear?


Ex-Cantina 1910 Chef Eyes Lease, Cook County Seeks Music Venues' Taxes, More Intel

Wednesday, August 24, 2016 9:59am

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Dolly Parton, Lisa Hannigan, Ed Harcourt And More Music Reviews

Wednesday, August 24, 2016 3:35am

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Amazon working on music subscription service for $5 a month: Recode

Monday, August 22, 2016 5:40pm

Amazon.com's logo is seen at Amazon Japan's office building in Tokyo(Reuters) - Amazon.com Inc is working on a music subscription service that would cost about $5 a month and would only work on its Echo hardware, tech news website Recode reported, citing sources. Amazon would like to launch the services in September, but has not finalized deals with major music labels and publishers, Recode reported. The Recode report said one sticking point, sources say, is whether Amazon will sell the cheaper service for $4 or $5 a month.


  • Ribbon Cut For New Children's Wing At The Dalles Library

    A ribbon cutting ceremony took place Wednesday for the newly constructed children's wing of The Dalles-Wasco County Library. The 2,300 square foot area is the result of a long fundraising...

  • Fire Burns 20 Acres On Seven Mile Hill

    A fire that started when a pickup truck overheated burned 20 acres on Seven Mile Hill west of The Dalles on Tuesday. According to Mid-Columbia Fire and Rescue, the fire started around 3:30 p.m. It...

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