All That Matters from the week of February 6-10, 2017 10 February, 2017 By admin Blog Click below if ASCAP looking toward APAC, implications of a delayed IPO for Spotify, changes for Google’s music team, streaming profits at WMG, or a defence for radio stations matter to you: ASCAP expands Asia-Pacific strategy If Spotify delays its IPO into 2018, it faces some serious financial pain Music teams from YouTube and Google Play combine Warner Music just joined the US$1bn streaming record company club Stevie Wonder makes case for fair treatment of independent radio station owners Click below if the start of Asia’s Olympic boom, spending in China’s football clubs, an insight into ONE Championship, the business of WWE vs NFL, or how to save ESPN matter to you: Pyeongchang 2018 claim Torch Relay will signify start of Asia’s Olympic boom Chinese football clubs 2nd biggest spenders worldwide in 2016 Last one standing: Inside MMA’s Asian powerhouse WWE WrestleMania vs. The Super Bowl: the business of both extravaganzas Earnings report shows why Mickey Mouse needs streaming to rescue ESPN Click below if Twitter faltering despite the Trump effect, Snapchat appealing beyond millennials, user-generated AR, WebVR being available on Chrome, or a ‘Netflix of Everything’ matter to you: Twitter only grew by 2 million users during Trump mania — Facebook grew by 72 million Snapchat growth fastest among people over 35 Tipit raises US$2.5 million to bring user-generated AR to all Google officially brings WebVR to Chrome Does the future belong to the ‘Netflix of Everything’? Click below if e-commerce best practice in China, the impact of changes at Twitter, the pros and cons of influencer marketing, the world’s most valuable brands, or dark social matter to you: How China’s e-commerce giants are catering to online shoppers at every step Twitter’s promise to silence trolls is a relief for brands Influencer marketing: Sure, it’s effective, but at what price? Google overtakes Apple as the world’s most valuable brand Five things marketers need to know about dark social Click below if the LOL world championships in China, record breaking viewer figures on Twitch, an NBA eSports league, a boost for mobile eSports, or a video game strike matter to you: 2017 League of Legends World Championship heading to China A ‘League Of Legends’ legend joins Twitch, and 245,000 viewers tune in at once NBA to establish first of its kind eSports league Fnatic, Echo Fox, NRG, Rogue and Immortals sign up for mobile eSports SAG-AFTRA draws more than 500 to video game strike rally Please send news that you think matters to email@example.com for consideration. Copyright © BRANDED LTD 2017, All rights reserved.