As streaming grows in popularity, competing album sales metrics that yielded two different No. 1 albums illustrate the music industry at a crossroads.
As YouTube pushes into paid content, other online music outlets are being forced to defend or change their business models to better compensate artists.
YouTube has been developing features that would preserve its free model, but also give paying subscribers more extensive access to music.
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A new piece by the stylistically omnivorous musician and producer combines samples from YouTube videos
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