SurveyMonkey CEO David Goldberg weighs in on disrupters in the music industry.
Billboard Editor-at-Large Joe Levy argues YouTube’s Music Key service is a risk for the industry.
The Wall Street Journal’s Veronica Dagher and FBN’s Liz MacDonald and Tracy Byrnes on the potential impact on consumers of another cold winter and the money Taylor Swift lost from taking her music off Spotify .
Spotify 'Shakes Off' Taylor Swift
Getty Images CEO Jonathan Klein discusses how the 19-year old stock photo company is adapting to the new digital age and its suit against Microsoft over digital images.
Ryan Seacrest on Taylor Swift’s decision to pull all of her music off of Spotify and his recent business ventures including his new fashion line of suits and accessories being sold at Macy’s.
FBN’s Charles Payne, Heritage Capital President Paul Schatz, NewOak Capital President James Frischling, Tea Party News Network News Director Scottie Nell Hughes, Republican Strategist Dee Dee Benkie and Penn Financial Group founder Matt McCall on the outlook for F5 Networks.
The Wall Street Journal reporter Doug MacMillan on how companies like SoundCloud are changing the business of music.
WSJ Tech Reporter Rolfe Winker on YouTube considering an ad-free subscription service.
:Feed.FM CEO Jeff Yasuda on his business that incorporates music into apps, games and websites.
Splash CEO Ben Hindman on helping big companies coordinate events.
Audiquest founder William Low gives insight into reports that Apple will discontinue Beats streaming music service.
Claman on Call: FBN’s Liz Claman with an after-hours web exclusive on the markets, the outlook for Federal Reserve policy, Clear Channel renaming itself iHeartMedia and trends in the fast food industry.
Shazam CEO Rich Riley and Mood Media President of North America Ken Eissing explain their partnership to make a new ad platform.
Uber is stirring up the pot again, and the president is calling for a fix to immigration — this is your tech rewind of the week.
Apple adding 'Beats' to iPhone, iPad
Life and business strategist Tony Robbins on interviewing 50 of the top financial minds about their investment strategies.
Taylor Swift shook up the digital music space, President Obama spoke up on net neutrality and Amazon and Hachette buried the hatchet -- this is your tech rewind of the week.
Keep.com CEO Scott Kurnit discusses what net neutrality means to tech and media, and gives his outlook for the music industry.
SurveyMonkey CEO David Goldberg discusses how the music industry is evolving.