Tech: Google Announces A New Music Streaming Service


Google unveiled today that the company is coming out with a new streaming music service called All Access. The company will have a 30 day free trial period and after that it will cost $7.99 a month. But if the user signs up after June 30 , the users will pay $9.99 a month. All Access allows the user to listen to their current collection of music as well as gives the user music recommendations.

News: Floyd Mayweather Is the Highest-Paid Athlete in the Country for the Second Straight Year


They don’t call Floyd Mayweather Jr. “Money May” for nothing. For the second straight year, Mayweather just landed at the top of Sports Illustrated’s annual “Fortunate 50″ list thanks to two fights that will net him at least $90 million this year. There’s also a chance that he could earn well over $100 million this year, which means he’ll easily eclipse all of the other athletes on the “Fortunate 50″ list. Via Complex

News: Dr. Dre & Jimmy Iovine To Open $70 Million New Academy In L.A.


In a generous move, Dr. Dre & Jimmy Iovine have given $70 million to University of Southern California for establishing a new academy that will help students break into the rapidly changing music industry. The formal announcement for the USC Jimmy Iovine and Andre Young Academy for Arts, Technology and the Business of Innovation is set to go down today. The academy will open with an inaugural 4 year program of 25 students in fall 2014.

Breaking News: RIAA Announces Inclusion Of Digital Streams To Gold & Platinum Awards


In a significant development today, The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) has announced the integration of streams to its historic Gold and Platinum Program. As per the new format, On-demand audio and/or video song streams will now be counted towards the 500,000 (Gold), 1,000,000 (Platinum) and 2,000,000 plus (multi-Platinum) certifications. This includes streams from on-demand services like MOG, Muve Music, Rdio, Rhapsody, Slacker, Spotify, Xbox Music and others, plus video streaming services like, VEVO, Yahoo! Music, YouTube and more. This follows Billboard’s similar policy adopted in October last year.

This would mean that the stream data will also be added to the already certified songs which will enhance their status. For example, according to the just released new awards, Eminem’s ‘Love The Way You Lie’ is now 11x platinum. According to RIAA, “On-demand streams on digital music services that are authorized by and reported to the record labels, whether paid for by the consumer through a subscription or free to the consumer through ad-supported services, will be accepted for RIAA certifications.”

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