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Vania Schlogel: The Woman Behind the Tidal Wave

Azeem Khan | Posted 05.28.2015 | Business
Azeem Khan

Tidal is a company that has faced constant criticism in the media. Since their launch, people have questioned their motives, called them a flop, and found every avenue they can to try to discredit the entire operation.

Damon Dash Responds To Jay Z's 'Stream Of Consciousness' YouTube, Spotify Diss

The Huffington Post | Brennan Williams | Posted 05.28.2015 | Black Voices

Jay Z debuted his latest freestyle last weekend at the Tidal X: B-Sides show. In the freestyle called “Stream of Consciousness,” the business mogu...

Nicki Minaj And Beyoncé Have An Awesome Summer Party In 'Feeling Myself' Video

The Huffington Post | Erin Whitney | Posted 05.19.2015 | Entertainment

Tidal subscribers were in luck on Monday when Nicki Minaj and Beyoncé dropped the video for "Feeling Myself" exclusively on the streaming service. Th...

Noel Gallagher Slams Spotify: 'I Don't Agree With It'

The Huffington Post | Kira Brekke | Posted 05.04.2015 | Entertainment

Even though former Oasis member Noel Gallagher's music is on Spotify, he hates it -- like, really hates it. In a conversation with HuffPost Live about...

Remembering The Social Relevance Of Tidal

The HuffPost Show | Posted 05.28.2015 | HPSN

Jay Z's artist-owned streaming service Tidal claims to preserve sound quality and give musicians the profits they deserve, but after skeptics attacked...

A Trojan Horse Called Tidal: It's the Strategy That Matters

Seth Schachner | Posted 04.28.2015 | Business
Seth Schachner

Barely a month after the launch of Jay Z's Tidal, with major artists lining up to show support and journalists signaling the arrival of a big new digital music gorilla, the tide of opinion seems to have dramatically turned.

After a Tidal Wave: Why the Music Industry Has Its Finger in a Dyke

Kat Bailey | Posted 04.28.2015 | Entertainment
Kat Bailey

The music industry must wake up and control the tide. Times have changed and we need to do a total 180. If we listen, understand and change before it's too late, the damage done in the past decade is reversible. If we don't, we'll be washed away by a tidal wave of our own making.

Jay Z Responds To Tidal Criticism On Twitter

The Huffington Post | Erin Whitney | Posted 04.28.2015 | Entertainment

Jay Z's music- and video-streaming service Tidal has been experiencing a wave of bad press ever since its March launch. Critics have predicted the fai...

Beyoncé And Jay Z's Rumored Joint Album Reportedly To Premiere On Tidal

The Huffington Post | Erin Whitney | Posted 04.22.2015 | Entertainment

It may be time to actually sign up for Tidal. The long-rumored Beyoncé and Jay Z joint album will reportedly be released exclusively on Tidal, acc...

Watch Jay Z's New Video For His Blue Ivy Song 'Glory'

The Huffington Post | Erin Whitney | Posted 04.16.2015 | Entertainment

On Thursday, Jay Z dropped the video for his 2012 song "Glory," which was dedicated to his daughter Blue Ivy. The video was released exclusively on Ti...

TIDAL Is COMING

Thomas Alter | Posted 04.14.2015 | Entertainment
Thomas Alter

When the leading artists of our generation speak up about politics or fashion, I can understand the eye rolling and skepticism. When they speak up about music, we should listen.

Why I'll Happily Pay for Tidal

Paul Cantor | Posted 04.06.2015 | Entertainment
Paul Cantor

If you didn't pay for music in the year 2000, I'd think you were the coolest person around. But you don't pay for music in 2015? You're just being an a**hole.

Music's Marginal Reinvention: There's More Than Just Streaming

Seth Schachner | Posted 04.06.2015 | Business
Seth Schachner

It's not clear where all this plays out, but meeting many across the music industry this past year, I saw a clear picture of an industry trying to reinvent itself. And while labels still have an important role, the new equilibrium brings a healthy competitive balance to the market.

Why TIDAL Is a Huge Money-Making Joke

Ernest Owens | Posted 04.03.2015 | Technology
Ernest Owens

Will I subscribe? I can't decide. But seriously, if the world's best musicians really think that they are "taking a stand" by charging us more money to stream their music in the name of "high-fidelity" sound... then they are seriously out of touch in more ways that I ever thought was imaginable.

The Risks Of Jay Z's New Venture

New York Times | Posted 04.01.2015 | Black Voices

It was probably only a matter of time before Jay Z got into the streaming-music business given its growing popularity. What’s interesting about his ...

The TIDAL Wave That Wouldn't Turn

Markus Giesler | Posted 03.31.2015 | Business
Markus Giesler

The Tidal story plays up an age-old lamento. Yet, real market opportunity comes from deficits in existing music market structure that are experientially real to music consumers, not just elite artists. Rhetoric alone doesn't make a powerful contender.

Will Jay Z's Tidal Survive The Wave Of Streaming Music?

The Huffington Post | Brennan Williams | Posted 04.03.2015 | Black Voices

Jay Z officially announced Monday his foray into the digital streaming music market with his star-studded press conference launch for Tidal. Unlike...

The Biggest Names In Music Just Announced A New Streaming Service

AP | MESFIN FEKADU | Posted 03.31.2015 | Entertainment

NEW YORK (AP) — Madonna, Rihanna, Beyonce and Jay Z are among the A-List musicians who are co-owners of Tidal, a streaming service being billed as t...

Is New Nuclear Energy Just Mission Impossible?

Terry Tamminen | Posted 09.10.2012 | Green
Terry Tamminen

Many proponents of nuclear power are the same "let the market work" advocates in economics and politics today. If the market were allowed to function in this case, would any new nuclear power plants be built in America -- or existing ones re-licensed -- if Price-Anderson were repealed?

Fukushima Spews, Los Alamos Burns, Vermont Rages and We've Almost Lost Nebraska

Harvey Wasserman | Posted 09.04.2011 | Green
Harvey Wasserman

The stream of reactor disasters spewing from this dying industry is certain to escalate. The toll rises with each leak at Fukushima, every flame at Los Alamos, each legal brief at Vermont Yankee, every foot of Nebraska floodwater.