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Weekly Dispatch | November 16, 2015

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WEEKLY DISPATCH, November 16, 2015: This is a weekly digest of the top news at the intersection of the music industry, brand marketing, technology, and commerce compiled by Carlos Diaz & Music Audience Exchange.

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With #UberBigBreak, Uber Breaks Into Yet Another Sector Of The Music Industry
Forbes

Music Industry Execs Sing the Praises of Live Events and Branding Partnerships
AdWeek: PRNewser


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Amazon, Apple, Nike, Target Among Top Millennial Brands
MR Magazine

Honda Strikes Millennial Gold With One Direction
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Marriott’s Moxy Hotels Want To Draw In Millennial Travelers With New Youtube Series
Mashable

Why This Billion Dollar Game Company Is Entering The Music Business
Fortune

Adele May Say Goodbye To Spotify, Hello To Apple Music
Cult of Mac

Apple is Shutting Down Beats
Fortune

Why Simple Brands Win
Harvard Business Review

Justin Bieber Releasing New Music Video Per Hour for All ‘Purpose’ Songs: Watch
Billboard

Snapchat Is One Of The ‘Classic’ Millennial Apps
Business Insider

YouTube Music vs. Apple Music vs. Spotify: Say Hello To The New King Of Music
Tech Times

The Road To CMO: 7 Marketing Experts On How They Reached The C-Suite
Mashable

YouTube Music Is Here, And It’s A Game Changer
The Verge

2016 Is The Year Of The Millennial Customer: Is Your Customer Experience Ready?
Forbes

How Music Streaming Is Creating A New Type Of Superfan
Forbes

Adele Focuses On The Music And Here’s What It Could Mean For Her Earnings
Forbes

Twitter’s Millennial Problem
MediaPost

Millennial Moms Look To Social For Brands
MediaPost

Streaming Outperforms Downloads For Universal This Summer
Complete Music Update

Technology Is Changing The Millennial Brain
PublicSource

Investment In British Music Hits All-Time High Of £500m
The Telegraph

Carlos Diaz

Carlos Diaz

Carlos is Chief Revenue Officer at Music Audience Exchange. Previously, Carlos built and operated large sales organizations for marketing and technology companies including ReachLocal, Neustar and Hibu.
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