Talking Like a Jerk: #0013 – Peer Review (The Tyranny of Streaming)
In this episode of Talking Like a Jerk, I invite back my panel of journalists — Bryce Rudow and Marcus Dowling — to discuss the disruptions, for both artists and listeners, caused by the dominance of Spotify and other music streaming services.
To do this, we peer reviewed Liz Pelly’s 2017 investigation into Spotify’s questionable practices for The Baffler, Chris Richard’s rueful editorial on the stress that comes with unprecedented access to music in The Washington Post, and David Turner’s very current, very thorough Penny Fractions newsletter (subscribe!):
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