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Live performance video streaming is beginning to establish itself as a mainstream music segment.


  • Leading US live entertainment group Live Nation looks set to become a major broadcast player after successfully rolling out Live Nation TV on Yahoo, with music festival streaming likely to become a key part of its portfolio.
  • Tidal is busy establishing itself as a broadcaster, to market its core streaming service to consumers.
  • Streaming apps providers are carving out niches as low-cost providers for artists looking to air their live performances.

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  • Describes the latest happenings in the live music streaming space.
  • Highlights what leading live music promoters are up to in the space as well as new entrants.

Key questions answered

  • What is Live Nation doing in the live-streaming space?
  • What is the outlook for live music streaming?

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  • Summary
  • Big promoters making live-streaming waves
  • Mobile apps take center stage
  • More live-streaming initiatives on the cards


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