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Spotify criticised for not blocking alcohol ads

Spotify criticised for not blocking alcohol ads

Spotify has been criticised by a major non-profit organisation for ignoring alcoholics who have asked to opt-out of booze and liquor related advertisements.

  • by Jennifer Duke

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A billion-dollar land grab in podcasting has begun, and Spotify's leading the charge
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A billion-dollar land grab in podcasting has begun, and Spotify's leading the charge

The audio format is evolving from cottage industry into a strategically important segment of the global media market

  • by John McDuling
What Spotify's big podcast purchases mean for the future of the medium
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What Spotify's big podcast purchases mean for the future of the medium

The purchase of Gimlet and Anchor will make Spotify the first true competitor to Apple in the podcast space.

  • by Peter Wells
Canberra hearts hip hop: Spotify announces most streamed songs of 2018
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Canberra hearts hip hop: Spotify announces most streamed songs of 2018

Prepare to be delighted, disappointed or utterly confused about the creative punctuation the kids are using in their artist names these days.

  • by Serena Coady
Drake, Ariana Grande and Toto among Canberra's most streamed artists
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Drake, Ariana Grande and Toto among Canberra's most streamed artists

How hard are you judging the musical tastes of your neighbours right now?

  • by Serena Coady
Finally, Prince fans can stream his back catalogue
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Finally, Prince fans can stream his back catalogue

The late star's estate has released 23 albums to streaming platforms, plus a new anthology.

  • by Nardine Saad
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Spotify says artists can't buy their way onto their top playlists
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Spotify says artists can't buy their way onto their top playlists

The move is set to affect how tens of thousands of artists reach their fans

Listen: The day the music died
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Listen: The day the music died

Life hits a low note when your favourite band hasn't joined a music streaming service.

  • by Evan Williams