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Canadians continue to shift towards digital platforms

Canadians continue to shift towards digital platforms

The Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission (CRTC) has released the first part of the CRTC’s 2016 Communications Monitoring Report showing how the viewing and listening habits of Canadians are transforming…

Pricing of UK music services is a barrier to growth

More than 5.2 million people (10 per cent of the UK adult population) already subscribe to paid music streaming services and half of these subscribers don’t plan to ever buy…

Amazon unveils Music Unlimited service

As anticipated, Amazon is entering the music streaming sector to compete with iTunes and Spotify with the launch of Amazon Music Unlimited, an on-demand music service that Amazon says redefines…

Ex-culture minister to head BBC radio

The BBC has confirmed that former Labour culture secretary James Purnell will become its director of radio. Helen Boaden, has confirmed that she is set to retire, has worked at…

Streaming 95% of mobile music by 2022

Share of value from streaming will grow from 76 per cent in 2015 to 95 per cent in 2022 in the total mobile music market, while the number of users…

‘Small scale DAB’ promises “local radio revolution”

Hundreds of local digital radio stations could start broadcasting across the UK in future, after Ofcom completed successful trials of a ground-breaking technology. The new technique, known as ‘small-scale DAB’,…

SiriusXM Canada aware of ‘Class Action’ threats

SiriusXM Canada aware of ‘Class Action’ threats

SiriusXM Canada, in a formal note to investors, says it is aware of various Class Action applications having been filed with the Superior Court in Quebec. “The Applications seek to…

SiriusXM: “Connected cars absolutely an opportunity”

Pay-radio operator SiriusXM is working hard to deliver extra functionality to its subscribers’  vehicles, and meet drivers’ demand for additional services. CEO James Meyer, speaking at the Bank of America/Merrill…

SiriusXM misleading “lifetime subscriptions”

Pay-radio operator SiriusXM is being sued in a potential Class Action by people who paid for a “lifetime subscription” that turned out to be anything but, it is alleged. Paul…

50m DAB receivers sold

WorldDAB has released its latest collection of sales and coverage figures for key markets in Europe and Asia Pacific to the end of Q2 2016. The statistics include road and…