1. Wednesday Wrap: Sky Sports Mix, Spotify subscribers, A&K AK380 and Braven

    Wednesday Wrap: Sky Sports Mix, Spotify subscribers, A&K AK380 and Braven

    From the news that Sky has launched a new free sports channel for its customers, to Astell & Kern launching a new Black Edition of its flagship hi-res player, and Spotify amassing 30 million subscribers - it's What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.

    Wed, 23 Mar 2016, 11:00am
  2. SoundCloud signs Sony deal, prepares to launch paid subscription service

    SoundCloud signs Sony deal, prepares to launch paid subscription service

    The deal with Sony means that SoundCloud now has agreements with the three major labels, which have been made on the terms that SoundCloud will launch a streaming service.

    Fri, 18 Mar 2016, 10:32am
  3. Wednesday Wrap: Jay Z snubs Spotify, new Noble headphones, world's smallest portable projector

    Wednesday Wrap: Jay Z snubs Spotify, new Noble headphones, world's smallest portable projector

    From the news that Jay Z is removing some of his albums from Spotify and Apple Music, to new premium in-ear monitors from Noble and the world's smallest portable projector - it's time for the What Hi-Fi? Wednesday Wrap...

    Wed, 16 Mar 2016, 04:12pm
  4. Sky confirms 4K Ultra HD TV service will launch this summer

    Sky confirms 4K Ultra HD TV service will launch this summer

    Sky will have an Ultra HD service up and running on Sky Q "in time for the summer" according to Nick Herm, Sky's director of strategy.

    Wed, 16 Mar 2016, 03:03pm
  5. 3 ways to save the streaming music industry

    3 ways to save the streaming music industry

    Can streaming save the music business? With physical sales waning and streaming short on profit, many musicians are struggling to make money. But with the digital music industry in its infancy, there's time for change

    Mon, 14 Mar 2016, 03:55pm
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  7. Sonos lets staff go as focus turns to paid streaming and voice control

    Sonos lets staff go as focus turns to paid streaming and voice control

    Sonos CEO John MacFarlane has announced “with a heavy heart” that the company has had to lay off some staff as it navigates "an industry in transition".

    Thu, 10 Mar 2016, 10:45am
  8. Wednesday Wrap: Record Store Day releases, Amazon Fire TV update, Roberts radio accessories

    Wednesday Wrap: Record Store Day releases, Amazon Fire TV update, Roberts radio accessories

    From the news that Record Store Day has revealed the full list of exclusive releases, to Amazon adding two more catch-up services to its Fire TV devices, and Sony Music Sweden letting its artists know how much their songs are earning them, it's What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.

    Wed, 09 Mar 2016, 11:55am
  9. BBC given the go-ahead to end free viewing on iPlayer

    BBC given the go-ahead to end free viewing on iPlayer

    Those without a licence fee will soon be prevented from watching catch-up TV on iPlayer for free, says culture secretary John Whittingdale.

    Wed, 02 Mar 2016, 04:35pm
  10. BBC Music app offers best of BBC radio and TV music shows

    BBC Music app offers best of BBC radio and TV music shows

    The free app for iOS and Android will deliver everything from Glastonbury highlights to Jools Holland's TV show to Live Lounge radio performances, while also allowing you to track down any song played on BBC Radio.

    Wed, 24 Feb 2016, 10:27am
  11. Leema Acoustics Quasar is an amp, DAC and streamer in one

    Leema Acoustics Quasar is an amp, DAC and streamer in one

    The new streaming amp/DAC is the latest addition to the company’s Stellar series and will be on display at the Bristol Show 2016.

    Tue, 23 Feb 2016, 11:08am

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