Streaming pioneer Spotify was founded ten years ago. The Swedish company is now the global market leader with around 30 million paying subscribers worldwide. Providing good recommendations is key to a streaming platform's success.
Songs by Tom Petty, Neil Young and the Doors are just some of the titles licensed by music publisher Wixen. The company is suing Spotify, claiming it didn't obtain the rights to distribute thousands of songs.
As the #metoo movement expands and TV continues its decline, DW looks at what 2018 has in store for culture and the arts.
With shows such as Sherlock and Strictly under 'serious threat' from streaming services, even media heavyweights such as the BBC are struggling to stay relevant. Why are public broadcasters so gloomy?
Netflix has pulled its hit show "House of Cards" after Kevin Spacey was accused of making sexual advances on a teenage boy. Filming of the sixth season has been suspended.
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