All That Matters from the week of February 13-17, 2017 17 February, 2017 By admin Blog Click below if Apple Music’s new content plan, Facebook’s plans in music, the NYT and Spotify partnership, free music distribution, or pop radio’s aversion to Beyoncé matter to you: Jimmy Iovine aims high for Apple Music with new content plan Facebook tries to offer music labels a YouTube alternative Unpacking the Spotify – New York Times partnership Why does Chance the Rapper give away his music for free? Does pop radio have a problem with Beyoncé? Click below if a Chinese investor in Formula E, Ronaldo’s value for Nike, live sports on Facebook, reform in the English FA, or Trump and the sports industry matter to you: Chinese media mogul Li Ruigang purchases ‘multi-million euro’ stake in Formula E Cristiano Ronaldo generated US$500 million in value for Nike in 2016 Facebook elbows in on Twitter’s live sports turf FA reform: MPs pass ‘no confidence’ motion after House of Commons debate So much winning: Donald Trump and the sports industry Click below if details from Snap Inc.’s IPO, a new video messenger app from Musical.ly, a mobile VR solution, Facebook’s new TV app, or the consequences of Pewdiepie’s actions matter to you: Why is Snap calling itself a camera company? Teen app sensation Musical.ly drops its fourth app, video messenger Ping Pong HTC’s mobile VR solution said to be coming before the end of the year Facebook has YouTube directly in its sights with new TV app Will Pewdiepie’s actions affect YouTube’s content plans? Click below if brands using mixed reality, the end of the digital marketing gold rush, mobile-engagement trends, marketers using AI, or Trump’s impact on brands matter to you: Mixed reality will soon mean big business for brands Is the gold rush to digital marketing finally backfiring? ‘Downloads are obsolete’ and other mobile-engagement trends 10 things marketers need to know about AI Trump’s impact on brands: The story so far Click below if changes in mobile gaming, Twitch’s 2016 report, eSports in 2017, a new gaming studio from an ex-Sony exec, or gaming jobs matter to you: The end of mobile gaming as we know it Twitch clocked 292 billion minutes of watch time in 2016, raised US$25m for charity Newzoo report: eSports will generate US$696 million in revenues in 2017 Amazon opens new game studio led by EverQuest creator John Smedley Where in the world are the game jobs? Please send news that you think matters to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration. Copyright © BRANDED LTD 2017, All rights reserved.