Here are a few of the top statistics I was able to dig up about the up-and-coming social network Musical.ly. With tens of millions of teens using it, this is a social platform worth keeping an eye on.
Today’s stat updates are focused on YouTube. Below are some of the new and updated YouTube stats from this round. As always, for many more stats, please visit the full post for many, many more stats.
Remember when MTV used to show music videos? It’s been years since we’ve had an all-music video channel on basic cable, but thankfully digital has picked up and kept videos alive. A little over 5 years ago, Vevo set out to keep videos alive by creating a video entertainment platform that offered videos and music-related on-demand programming spanning mobile apps, Vevo.com and a number of Syndication partners, most notably, YouTube.
Google announced today that they have struck a deal with Billboard and Nielsen to play a role in the calculation of their weekly music charts.
Pandora Radio has created this fun little infographic that give U.S. holiday music listening stats and trends.
In case you wanted to spruce up your blog posts with a song, album or artist, Wordpress announced recently that you can now embed Spotify and Rdio music.
Augmented Reality app-maker Blippar is at it again. This time, they have added augmented reality to the CD casing for ‘Now Thats What I Call Music! 80’ -the latest offering from the pop music compilation series.
Here is an interesting read from Econsultancy about how digital music sales has surpassed physical music sales in 2011. Nielsen and Billboard teamed up for the report that showed 50.3% of all music sales to be digital.
Last month, Billboard launched a new way to measure music popularity- a chart based on social media activity. The Social 50‘s rankings reflect social media statistics like new weekly artist page likes and views, new followers, song streaming, etc. on Facebook, Twitter, Youtube, MySpace and iLike. Find Out How Many People Use Your Favorite Social […]