The future of the music industry has changed in just a few short years.
A couple of months ago, it was the dawn of the modern era when you could buy CDs, buy CDs online, download music, buy music in physical stores, and get music on the radio.
But the last few years have seen an explosion of digital music services.
For the most part, these services are aimed at people who want to listen to music for fun, but they are also aimed at consumers looking to consume content in a more personal way.
And they are increasingly coming to resemble what you would call a music service, with the services looking more like streaming services.
This isn’t a new phenomenon.
Many music lovers were familiar with the way streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music worked, and they have found ways to leverage those same technologies to monetize the music that they consume.
The trend has also been a boon for streaming services that have had trouble getting traction with traditional media companies, like music streaming service Spotify and Pandora, which have been struggling to make a living.
Now, some of these services, like Spotify, are expanding to cover more of the market.
Others, like Pandora, are struggling to get the most people to subscribe to their services.
The fact that these services can monetize so much of their music through streaming has made it difficult for traditional media to make ends meet.
The shift to digital services and the emergence of these new services have made it even harder for traditional players to compete.
These services have also given consumers an incentive to spend money on their favorite artists and musicians, and it’s creating a vicious cycle of increased consumption, increased ad revenue, and a potential decline in their revenue streams.
In short, it’s been a bad year for the traditional music industry, and we’re seeing a lot of people looking to get into the music business.
So how did we get here?
A couple years ago, the music and music streaming industry was facing a number of challenges.
First, there was the arrival of new technologies and a lot more people were buying music.
People who had been fans of the old-fashioned way of buying music in stores and at the box office had suddenly become more interested in the online world.
And with more streaming services, they were starting to find new ways to get their music.
There were a number companies that tried to make music streaming more convenient, like Apple Music and Spotify.
They tried to bring music from Apple’s iTunes catalog and Spotify’s own music catalog into their own music services, but both failed to gain traction.
The music industry also faced the inevitable challenges of growing into a digital-first business, which means that the old ways of getting your music into your car, or playing it on your TV, or downloading it on iTunes, had to go.
But even though these changes were happening, they weren’t a direct result of the new technologies.
Instead, they happened as a result of a lot smaller changes.
The major music players had realized that the Internet was a much more valuable way of acquiring music, and were willing to let their music be downloaded for free from other people’s services.
They were also beginning to embrace streaming services as a way to increase the number of listeners they had.
That allowed them to expand their offerings even more, and by the time the first major music services like Pandora launched, they had a huge catalog of over 200 million songs.
In other words, they realized that people wanted to buy music from other artists, and their new services were going to allow them to do so.
In the digital world, things were looking a lot better.
In 2016, the biggest music companies had finally put their digital ambitions into action.
And Spotify was a big one.
Spotify launched in 2014 and has grown steadily ever since.
Spotify has now grown to more than 200 million users, more than the entire iTunes library of music.
Pandora, on the other hand, had only been around for a few years.
Pandora launched in 2006, and was one of the first streaming services to allow users to stream their music on other peoples services.
In 2015, Pandora said that it was acquiring a majority stake in a streaming service called Tidal, which it later sold for $3.7 billion.
It was the largest music streaming company at the time, with more than 20 million paid subscribers.
And it had the largest streaming service in the world.
Tidal wasn’t the only big player that was acquiring music streaming services in the years leading up to 2017.
The biggest music player of all time, Universal Music Group, had a similar strategy in the early part of the decade, and began acquiring music services in earnest in 2017.
However, Universal had already been able to build up its music business for quite some time before Spotify, Pandora, and Tidal arrived on the scene.
In fact, Universal’s music business had been in the making for decades.
It started in the