How Rhapsody Became A Top Tier Player Again | Music Industry Blog

Posted: February 24, 2015 by Kimberly Weiss in Local Music News, Other Music News
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Posted on February 11, 2015

Rhapsody today announced reaching 2.5 million total subscribers across their unlimited and UnRadio offerings. While not in the same scale as Spotify’s 15 million, it nonetheless places Rhapsody as the fourth largest subscriber base globally and approximately 10% of the global total.

Rhapsody spent most of the second part of the 2000’s treading water, never really able to break out of a solid niche of between 750,000 and 880,000 subscribers. Rhapsody was doing its best to run a sustainable business but because it wasn’t blowing vast amounts of cash on customer acquisition (either via marketing or having a free tier) it was seeing most of its new user growth cancelled out by churn. But even with this measured approach such is the nature of digital music margins that it still lost money, lots of it.

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How Rhapsody Became A Top Tier Player Again | Music Industry Blog

  1. I have yet to even try Rhaphsody, although it’s ben around for such a long time. I didn’t realize they were doing this well. Thanks for this information!


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