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“Spotify For Artists” translated into Portuguese

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‘Spotify For Artists’ ganha versão traduzida em português

O “Spotify for Artists”, tool Spotify analytical resources for artists, today it has received (7) versions in 16 languages, including Portuguese, which are available on the desktop and mobile versions of the platform. To check the platform, go here.

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Once selected, the tool will be available in the selected language automatically, but if not, artists simply select their preferred language from the menu to begin expressing themselves, understanding their work, and promoting their work.

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New Spotify Tools for Artists

In October, Spotify for Artists added two new features: release details pages and audience engagement statistics.

release details page

In the tab “Song” On the Spotify for Artists dashboard, users can view detailed analytics of any song. With the update, they can access composite metrics of any release – be it album, EP or single in focus… This new perspective allows artists to see how their music resonates with their fans and to gauge the impact of the marketing efforts of their releases over time.

Users can also filter these statistics for any specific market. This feature is currently only available for desktops.

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audience engagement statistics

Eagle “Public” on Spotify for Artists is the foundation for understanding your listeners across the entire catalog – from ardent follower to very last listener. When you understand your audience, it’s not just about demographics or number of streams, but how they interact with your music.

The more users lean towards these metrics, the more savvy your audience will be in knowing where your listeners are, what they like, and how effective your marketing is. This new statistic is currently only available for the computer.

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Lawyer Rafael Ramos confident in the innocence of the Portuguese

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Lawyer Rafael Ramos confident in the innocence of the Portuguese

Last week, the STJD decided to convict Rafael Ramos for practicing racist slurs. Photo: (Silvio Avila/Getty Images)

As soon as he became aware of STJD’s complaint against Portuguese right-back Rafael Ramos of Corinthians for the racial injury inflicted on midfielder Edenilson of Internacional, the Portuguese player’s lawyer gave an interview, believing in the innocence of his client.

Daniel Byalsky spoke with sports newspaper and on the basis of investigations conducted to confirm that Rafael Ramos’ innocence would be proven: “Existing investigations support Rafael’s vehement denial that he did not commit any racial crime against another player.” innocence will be proven.”

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Last Friday, the auditor of the STJD (Supreme Court for Sports Justice) Paulo Sergio Feuuz, who was in charge of investigating a complaint of racial slurs committed by Rafael Ramos, a right-back for Corinthians, against Edenilson, an Internacional midfielder, concluded that the Portuguese player was found clear signs of racial violations, and filed a complaint with the prosecutor based on article 243-G of the CBJD (Brazilian Code of Sports Justice), which concerns: “the use of discriminatory, disparaging or outrageous prejudice based on ethnicity, race, gender, color, age, an elderly person or a person with a disability”.

In a 2-2 draw, the Colorado player who won the Parque San Jorge accused the Portuguese defender of calling him a “monkey” in an argument about the ball on the turf of the Beira Rio stadium. After the match, the Corinthians player was arrested by police at the scene of the crime, still at Inter’s home, and had to pay a bail of 10,000 reais to be released.

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Penalties foreseen for a player may include a suspension of 5 to 10 matches and a fine of 100,000 to 100,000 reais. Corinthians could be expelled from the Brazilian championship if the violation is considered particularly serious.

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Brexit documentary wins Melgaço, “No Táxi do Jack” – Best Portuguese | Cinema

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The impact of Brexit on the inhabitants of an island in Northern Ireland, filmed by Belgian director Annabelle Verbeke, in Four seasons in a daywon the top prize at the Melgasso International Documentary Film Festival, which ended on Sunday.

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Portuguese in Argentina dispute delays in visiting consulate

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Portuguese in Argentina dispute delays in visiting consulate

We will make a peaceful visit to the consulate to ask for changes to the “online” booking system, because there are a huge number of people without showing up. We are not looking for responsible. We want solutions“, – explained Lusa 45-year-old Portuguese Martim Oliveira, the organizer of an unprecedented demonstration.

From 9:00 local time (13:00 in Lisbon), when the Portuguese consulate in Buenos Aires opens, about 50 people will try to meet with the embassy adviser and head of the consular department, Francisco de Calleiros.

“We want Mr. Calleiros to receive us so that we can petition and get them to act. We can’t wait any longer. Parallel register, already filled by more than 150 people, with personal data and the required service.

Tired of not being able to make an appointment, the Portuguese decided to create a WhatsApp group with those affected by the lack of meetings. Since then, the band has grown exponentially. On Saturday there were over 200 people, 50 more than the day before.

After the group was set up and the visit to the consulate was announced, the consular section of the Portuguese Embassy in Buenos Aires reported that it “provided additional meetings in a limited number” (these additional meetings lasted 15 minutes), indicating that “this is a work at the limit of its capabilities and extraordinary efforts on the part of its employees.


The consular department added that they “are aware of the difficulties with scheduling meetings” and stated that “the system of meetings does not depend on the embassy, ​​but on the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.”

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