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Streaming is upon us, it is one of the buzz words of our era - and understandably so. It may remain a minority sport among music fans (around 12% of spending on music in the UK during 2014), but it is growing at a rapid pace.
What the move to the US (and the delays in work permits!) did mean is that I've had tons of time to think about the industry that I've spent my whole professional life in. And I've come to realize and affirm to myself something that I think I've known for a long time. That I love music people. But I think for the first time ever I can truly explain why.
The UK Official Singles Chart will undergo a huge change on Sunday 6 July, when - for the first time ever - data from streaming
As the cost of technology falls and cross-platform development becomes simpler, social learning opportunities are opening up and are presenting more convenient, dynamic and interactive ways of studying and engaging students.
Entrepreneur Sean Parker has hit back at a journalist who questioned his record in business, by claiming that Mark Zuckerberg
It is hard to believe that it is now eight years since the first Official Download Chart was launched in the UK. How the world has changed.
10 years ago, I was 14. Napster was dead in the water, and if you were daring enough to illegally download music, using Kazaa was the quickest way to infect your computer with all manner of trojans and viruses.
Whilst in Austin last week for SXSW interactive (SXSWi), I felt like I was pacing the streets of Grand Theft Auto, expecting a shoot-out at a drugstore or brawls and broken chairs spewing out from the bars on 6th Street.
In a blistering speech aimed straight at the jugular of Facebook, Andrew Keen, author of Digital Vertigo launched a stinging