Don't-Miss Streaming Service Stories
After a brief period of radio silence, Apple says it'll bring its new Apple Music streaming service to Sonos speakers this year.
Developed by indie artists Ohm & Sport, the app would play songs on endless 30-second loops.
Philip Seymour Hoffman’s last film, ‘A Most Wanted Man,’ caps this week’s picks, but we have eight other appealing choices for adults and kids alike.
Apple enlists famous artists to help Beats 1 capture listeners.
The labels are reportedly unhappy with SoundCloud’s insistence on retaining its free, ad-supported service offering.
Adele and Arcade Fire will stream at launch thanks to 11th-hour deals with the major indie hold-outs.
Starting in July, $17 per month gets you a smattering of cable shows and one premium pay TV channel.
Independent labels make up the bulk of the music industry, and it's to Apple's advantage to keep them happy.
Peter Tonstad has left his post at the music streaming service, with no successor named.
It's good that Swift's open letter helped Apple see the folly of asking artists to go without royalties for three months. But Apple Music could pay larger dividends.
Amid tough competition from Spotify and Apple Music, TV support could be Rdio's ace in the hole.
These 9 films now streaming feature rock 'n' roll, TV news, and a hip-hop documentary.
Just because an album is available on iTunes doesn't mean that you will be able to stream it on Apple Music.
Whether you like your chills on demand or as a linear feed, AMC new service has you covered.
The MLB Network is live and available online 24/7, but only if you have a cable subscription.
Streaming Services ArticlesNext Page