Most digital music consumers have known for a long time that the internet made more and better music available, not less. Streaming video has brought a golden age for episodic story telling.
How it all gets paid for has undergone the biggest changes with more to come.
Long live the arts!
How the Internet Is Saving Culture, Not Killing It https://nyti.ms/2mIfxp8
Not a good article at all. Very little info provided to readers. But there are not that many articles about the economics behind the shift to streaming in the music industry, so we take what we can get.
The problem with this article is that it says there may or may not he a problem with the economics behind streaming, but it only cites the details of one obscure artist in a genre that most likely doesnt make much money to begin with.
Where is a look at how much popular artists make, emerging artists, washed up has beens with popular catalogs? Give us some way to compare the streaming icome to income from other sources.