This morning Spotify introduced a new way for artists, managers, and labels to submit their unreleased music for consideration on official Spotify Editorial playlists.
Facebook has just announced their plans to integrate and monetize music on the platform. You can read their blog here.
The big takeaways:
It appears that Facebook will soon be opening the door to share ad revenue with content creators and allow copyright owners to monetize user-generated content featuring their music. (Think YouTube)
The big takeaway: YouTube is getting into the streaming game starting on Tuesday.
"YouTube music is a new music streaming service made for music: official songs, albums, thousands of playlists and artist radio plus YouTube's tremendous catalog of remixes, live performances, covers and music videos that you can't find anywhere else - all simply organized and personalized."
We've all been a member of a handful of Facebook groups.
Whether filled with friends and family, teammates, classmates, or other like-minded folks, somewhere during our time spent on Facebook, we've decided to join a group. Or many groups. But now, we are presented with the opportunity to join a group created by and managed by a brand.
I came across this issue recently after my company merged with a different one and we all received new emails. As we were working on starting anew, the question continued to come up:
How can I merge my current Google Drive with a new one?
Turns out... you can't. But there is a simple work-around that pretty quick and easy.
n Facebook's never-ending endeavor to take over the world one mobile application at a time, they've come after Snapchat yet again with the introduction of Camera Effects.
Camera Effects work similarly to Snapchat filters where it can be as simple as a frame or as complex as an augmented reality experience.