While the majority of Apple Music ads focus on the idea of selling the subscription music service, some of them also need to show off that they have the music people might want to listen to.
Back at the beginning of the month, it was reported that Taylor Swift’s newest album, entitled “Reputation,” would not be launching on Apple Music or Spotify in tandem with the physical media (and exclusive digital download) launch.
Jimmy Iovine has had a presence in the music industry for a long time, and he’s never shy about talking about the lay of land as far as he sees it when given the opportunity.
The holiday season has already kicked off, so, in turn, companies are starting to release their themed ads to get people in the mood to buy new things.
“Reputation”, Taylor Swift’s upcoming studio album will reportedly stay away from streaming services, including Apple Music, for a week. The album can still be purchased on the iTunes Store on November 10 when it is officially released.
Apple announced its fourth quarter results for 2017 earlier today, which revealed that its services revenue has set another all-time high.
Apple Music continues to gain subscribers on a regular basis, topping over 30 million with the last check-in from Apple.
After you’ve used something for so long, when an alternative pops up you might get the need to try it out. Maybe it has some features the service you’re already using doesn’t. Maybe it’s just by a company you like. Whatever the reason, when something new crops up some folks just want to see how it stacks up against the competition.
Apple Music is quickly becoming a go-to source for documentaries, and for the fans that like seeing how some artists put major albums (and events) together.
The way that consumers consume music has changed over the years, especially with the rise of streaming music services like Spotify and Apple Music.