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By Nsikan Akpan
A new study shows the average lifetime in the charts for singles and albums has dropped dramatically since the 1990s. How did "Old Town Road" buck this trend?…
By Dan Cooney
There are many ways to listen to our new series from Antarctica and the parts of our show that are already available in podcast format.
By Associated Press
CEO Daniel Ek said people who listen to podcasts through Spotify spend twice as much time on the service than other users.
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Saturday, May 12, Iraq holds its first national elections since the defeat of the Islamic State, and a unique prison program allows incarcerated mothers to raise newborns while in prison. Also, what’s behind Spotify’s new “hateful…
After public anger over accusations that R. Kelly is a sexual abuser, Spotify announced this week it would remove the musician from its playlists under its new, “hateful conduct” policy. In a new era of social accountability, the decision led…
By Andrew Mach
From brass to bagpipes and rock to reggae, more than 130 bands will be scattered throughout 26.2-mile racecourse of the 2015 New York City Marathon to energize and enthuse runners and supporters. But even if you're not huffing and puffing…
By Darlene Superville, Associated Press
By day, President Barack Obama enjoys the music of such artists as Justin Timberlake, Stevie Wonder, Aretha Franklin and the Bobs -- Dylan and Marley.
By Corinne Segal
What songs get you moving? For cognitive scientists, researchers and now music streaming apps, the answer is in your brain.
Spotify announced a new platform that expands its music offering to include video, podcasts and interactive features at an event in New York today. New video offerings will include clips from partners like Comedy Central, VICE News and The Nerdist.
By Sarah McHaney
Entering a market cramped with competition, music mogul Jay-Z has launched Tidal, a new music streaming service owned by artists themselves in the United States.
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