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EDMTunes Wants Talented Writers & Social Media Mavens for 2022

Dance music has had a difficult two years, hasn’t it? Thankfully, things are finally turning around again and events are picking up steam quickly. With more and more festivals and artists on the horizon, we are ready to expand our team once again. Here at EDMTunes, we’re looking to grow our talented team and want our dedicated readers to join our stellar team of writers, editors, social media experts and music […]

todayNovember 6, 2021 1

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Hayley Williams Is Quitting Social Media

Paramore's Hayley Williams has announced that after putting in plenty of consideration, she's going to drop off of her social media accounts."I’ve carefully considered this decision for almost a year now," said Williams in an Instagram posting (seen below). “Now I know for sure that my desire to move away from personal accounts (yes, even my finsta) is based on nothing more than my interest in keeping a boundary between […]

todayOctober 8, 2021

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2021 VMAs Gets Lowest Ratings Ever, But Was a Social Media Smash

For the first time in the award show’s history, less than a million people watched the 2021 Video Music Awards on MTV. The ratings dip brought the 2021 VMAs -- held last weekend in Brooklyn, N.Y. -- to an all-time low of 900,000 viewers on MTV, though overall viewership was several million thanks to the ceremony being aired on 13 channels in total.Before the "M" in MTV ceased to stand for “music,” […]

todaySeptember 16, 2021 6

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Bad Wolves + Former Singer Tommy Vext Clash on Social Media

Bad Wolves and the hard rock band's former singer, Tommy Vext, aired damning claims about each other in a social media spat on Wednesday (Sept. 8).The exchange came the same day that Bad Wolves, who parted ways with Vext earlier this year, announced their first album without him, Dear Monsters — the effort is due next month and includes the act's new lead singer, DL Laskiewicz.Bad Wolves, in particular guitarist Doc […]

todaySeptember 9, 2021 1


Storytelling for startups, early-stage influencers, retail media spend – 98bmp

“I like to think of successful brand-building as creating a company that customers would be upset to separate from their identity,” growth marketing expert Julian Shapiro told us earlier this week. “For example, they’d cease to be the man with Slack stickers all over his laptop. Or the woman who no longer wears Nike shoes every day. And that bugs them.” Shapiro comes from a technical background, as a repeat […]

todayAugust 14, 2021 8


What’s driving the global surge in retail media spending? – 98bmp

Cynthia Luo is the head of Marketing at Epsilo, an all-in-one e-commerce SaaS solution for marketplace sellers in Southeast Asia. Cynthia also runs CAOSE, a boutique e-commerce and digital consulting firm working with clients such as ExxonMobil, Criteo and Shippit. Most businesses by now are well versed with the consequences of the COVID-19 pandemic: Faltering offline sales, flexible work-from-anywhere options, fluctuating foot traffic with lockdown mandates and e-commerce becoming a […]

todayAugust 10, 2021 3

Music News

Rare Moments When Parents + Media Defended Heavy Metal

Back in the '80s and early '90s, metal was being blamed for all of society's problems, but some parents and reporters didn't take the bait. We dug up some rare moments when parents, the media and other authority figures actually defended heavy metal.Imagine watching a cop calling a press conference to defend kids who listen to metal. It happened in Australia after a newspaper called heavy metal “a magnet for […]

todayAugust 9, 2021 2


Dunking on political foes boosts social media engagement

A new study has further exposed the effect of polarizing content on social media engagement.Researchers from the universities of Cambridge and New York found that tweets and Facebook posts about opposing political parties are far more likely to be shared than content containing emotional language.Up front: Social media platforms have long been accused of algorithmically promoting divisive content, because it’s more likely to go viral and thereby attract ad revenue.The researchers […]

todayJuly 13, 2021 3


Social media produces a more diverse news diet — wait, what?!

New research has challenged the very existence of online filter bubbles.The study found that people who use search engines, social media, and aggregators to access news can actually have more diverse information diets.Researchers from the universities of Oxford and Liverpool analyzed web tracking data on around 3,000 UK news users.The team tracked every visit from a desktop or laptop to 21 of the most popular UK news websites over a one-month period. […]

todayJuly 9, 2021 3