The "YouTube of audio" signs a deal with a group representing thousands of independent music labels to pay its artists whenever their tunes are uploaded or played.
The "YouTube for audio" signs its first deal with one of the three major record labels, which will give it access to songs for a subscription-streaming service to launch in 2015.
The "YouTube for audio" is the latest streaming-music site to tout new ways artists can commercialize. Of course, for its 175 million monthly listeners, that means commercials.
SoundCloud is the latest service to gain support on the Sonos wireless home audio system.
What could've been the social network's biggest acquisition to date now appears to be kaput, according to reports.
A "YouTube for audio" acquisition would instantly give Twitter wide access to the music industry -- but it would be pricey.
NASA has created an album of sounds on Soundcloud, including rocket launches, recordings from space shuttle missions and even a song about water on the moon.
The company apparently held talks with Soundcloud but decided not do so with Pandora or Spotify, despite considering acquisition bids.
From his "Rave of Thrones" tour to the studio, Kristian Nairn is burning up dance floors like a dragon burns up a goat. Hodor is a DJ!
After Taylor Swift revived a public debate over payments to artists by streaming-music services, Prince is the next high-profile musician to pull his catalog off some Web venues.