Podcast: 'Exchanges at Goldman Sachs'
Episode 66: Music – Back in Black
30 JUN 2017 - Digitization ravaged the music business, but nearly 20 years after the launch of Napster, the industry has returned to growth on the back of a “second digital revolution,” according to Lisa Yang of Goldman Sachs Research. Streaming services are leading the way, growing the revenue pie for artists and labels both and creating new opportunities for companies across the music ecosystem. Yang is joined by Marc Geiger, worldwide head of music for William Morris Endeavor; and Patrick Spence, CEO of Sonos, to talk about where music was and where it could be headed.
This podcast was recorded on June 27, 2017.
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