10 Minutes Of Silence Rising On iTunes ChartsThe song is completely silent. "A a a a a Very Good Song" costs 99 cents for just under 10 minutes of dead air.
Choosing The Music Streaming Service That Best Suits YouNeilsen reports 80 percent of music listeners have listened to music via streaming services in the past 12 months.
Best Travel-Themed Podcasts To Listen To Before Your Big TripIntroducing five of the best travel podcasts hosted by some of America's best travel experts.
Good Question: How Much Do Artists Make From Music Streaming?Chalk up another victory for the talented Taylor Swift -- she wrote an open letter to Apple Music, calling them out for not paying artists for their music streamed during a free trial period, for their new streaming service. But how much do artists make off music streaming, anyway? Good Question.
4 Things To Know: Lead On NY Convicts, U.S. Open & Dairy Queen's BirthdayHere's a look at the four stories you need to know about for Monday, June 22, 2015.
Zach Sobiech's Music Lives On Through BandmateIt's been four months since 18-year-old Zach Sobiech passed away after a hard-fought battle with bone cancer. But even in death, his music lives on. Days after he passed away, Sobiech's song "Clouds" reached number one on iTunes.
Zach Sobiech’s Parents Reflect As His Stillwater Classmates GraduateStillwater High School's Class of 2013 walked the stage at Roy Wilkins Auditorium in downtown St. Paul to receive their diplomas Saturday night without one of its brightest stars. Zach Sobiech was diagnosed with a deadly form of bone cancer. Through his positive outlook, he tried to live life as normal as possible. Sadly, Zach died two weeks before graduation.
Zach Sobiech's 'Clouds' Debuts On Billboard ChartsFirst it was No. 1 on the iTunes top-selling singles chart. This week, a Stillwater High School student's song has landed on the Billboard music charts at No. 7. Zach Sobiech died of bone cancer on May 20. He was 18 years old. But his music lives on.
Good Question: How Much Of A Sale Do Musicians Get?When we buy a CD or download a track from iTunes, we do it because we love that artist. We love that band. And we expect that they're seeing a good chunk of change. But how much of every download actually goes to the artist?