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Eddy Maroun (Anghami) – the future of music streaming in the Arab world and beyond: "I believe there's a high chance for an Arabic hit to go global."

Eddy Maroun (Anghami) – the future of music streaming in the Arab world and beyond

VonElectronic Beats Podcast


Eddy Maroun (Anghami) – the future of music streaming in the Arab world and beyond

VonElectronic Beats Podcast

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39 Minuten
Freigegeben:
18. Nov. 2021
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Beschreibung

In this episode of the Telekom Electronic Beats podcast, host Gesine Kühne meets Lebanese music and tech entrepreneur Eddy Maroun. Almost a decade ago, he founded Anghami (which translates to “my tune” in Arabic), to tackle music piracy in the Arab world. Since then, Anghami grew to become the biggest streaming service in the Middle East and North Africa; but Maroun has his sights set on global outreach. This year, Anghami announced the forthcoming launch of a new hybrid entertainment venue called Anghami Lab, which is set to open in cities across the world, including Western hubs like London, New York, and Los Angeles. In the podcast, Maroun explains his musical background, how musicians from the Arab world can reach an international audience, and how today’s technology enables ever-diverse listening habits from streaming users worldwide.
Freigegeben:
18. Nov. 2021
Format:
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Im Telekom Electronic Beats Podcast erzählen DJs, Künstler:innen, Kreative und die Community ihre persönlichen Geschichten rund um Musik, Club, Kultur, digitale Trends oder Innovationen. Wir sprechen über Themen, die unsere Gegenwart ausmachen und die Generation Now bewegen. In the Telekom Electronic Beats Podcast, DJs, artists, creatives and the community tell their personal stories about music, clubs, culture, digital trends and innovations. We talk about topics that shape our present and move Generation Now.