With 83% of U.S. consumers having a subscription streaming service, the variety of services and competition puts unnecessary pressure on consumers and industry professionals.
Read on to hear from the Culture section regarding this week’s biggest new music releases.
Read on to discover the cover renditions in heavy circulation at The Butler Collegian.
To infinity and beyond, some Disney content goes straight to Disney+, such as the 2022 “Pinnochio” remake, reinforcing the new era of digital releases rather than in theaters. However, “The Little Mermaid” live-action remake presents a new diverse future for Disney.
“Audiences and artists alike can only hope that a new era for music will shift to prioritize the well-being of creators, as well as fostering creative innovation.”
While streaming solves some issues in the music industry, it may be creating new ones.
With yet another rise in subscription fees, the streaming giant signals what the future of the platform could look like.
How can Butler students navigate streaming, and where does that leave the idea of going to the movies with friends?
The R&B singer’s full discography has never been widely available outside of physical CDs since the birth of the iTunes store or streaming services.
Multimedia editor Jake Bedell looks into the rise of streaming competitors like Disney+ and evaluates if they’re worth your monthly subscription fees.