Audacy Inc. has reportedly announced a multi-feature collaboration with HRI (Hard Rock International), one of the world’s most recognized firms with venues in around 70 countries across 249 locations. These include licensed/owned or managed hotels, Rock Shops®, casinos, cafes, and live performance venues.
Under the partnership, HRI and Audacy will collaborate on live events at New York City’s new performance space as well as Hard Rock Café events and music festivals across the United States.
LiveOne, a digital media company, has recently announced the launch of LiveXLive on the Android Automotive platform developed by Google, a multinational technology company. The company’s patented technologies and innovative music and podcast services are currently made available for download from Google Play Store as a native Android Automotive app.
LiveOne is a global platform for on-demand video, audio, and podcast/vodcast content in comedy, music, and pop culture. The company is also the owner of Custom Personalization Solutions, Palm Beach Records, Gramophone Media, React Presents, Slacker Radio, PodcastOne, and LiveXLive. Its solutions have and continue to power
Warner Music Group, an American entertainment conglomerate, has reportedly announced the launch of a next-generation services division known as WMX. This division was intended to help artists connect with fans and increase brand presence.
The new division includes the media and creative content arm of Warner Music as well as a rebranded WEA commercial services and marketing network. The latest rebrand highlights key aspects of the company’s value proposition to artists, including an in-house creative agency that encompasses D2C and merch, along with an expertise in gaming, fashion collaborations, ticketing, vinyl, streaming, experimental, social, and other fan experi
Twitch, an interactive live-streaming service owned by Amazon, has reportedly launched an incubator program, The Collective, which is a part of its continued investment in music communities. For the new program, the platform will be working with top strategic industry partners to educate, source, and highlight musicians on the platform. The partners include Amazon Music, TuneCore, Rolling Stone, DistroKid, Discord, and UnitedMasters.
Apart from an application open to the public, DistroKid, TuneCore, and UnitedMasters will be identifying and inviting artists as well as collaborating with the live-streaming service to curate artist selection, Twitch reportedly stated. Discor