What matters to us this week including MySpace, Stadia and Disney

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All That Matters from the week ending 22 March

The music industry stories that mattered to us this week including Myspace, the battle for India and vinyl

Myspace opened the door to niche music genres
So 12 years of irreplaceable media content is gone but credit where credit’s due – undeniably Myspace laid the groundwork for Facebook, Soundcloud and Spotify

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The sports industry stories that mattered to us this week including MMA, NBA, SEA Games and Mediacorp

MMA changes how sport is broadcast in Asia
Diverse content, more platforms, short and long form, localised. The only way to crack a mass audience is to feed it a smorgasbord of media content.

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The gaming industry stories that mattered to us this week including Google, The Simpsons, Bytedance and Tencent

Google launches game-streaming platform, Stadia, is it the future?
Next generation cloud-based gaming will change the face of the industry as Google’s “Stadia” will address the latency problem with a network of data centres. Not sure what the business model is yet though

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The digital industry stories that mattered to us this week including iQiyi, Disney/FOX and TVB

IQiyi, China’s largest video streaming site, has TikTok in its sights
Entertainment-related content is the holy grail, especially for the youth market, and Baidu-controlled iQiyi plans a new app with 10 million daily active users before end 2020

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The marketing industry stories that mattered to us this week including Netflix, Coca-Cola and Snapchat

Less ad money for those outside the duopoly
1 in 4 ad dollars goes to Google and Facebook, and market share for online will rise to over 60% this year

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