Three years later, Tidal is still waiting for its big wave

A little over two years ago, Tidal announced it had reached 3 million subscribers in a press release celebrating its one year anniversary under a new ownership group comprised of high-profile artists led by Jay Z. Since that announcement, Tidal has made numerous updates to its service and apps, including a full redesign, adding high-resolution audio streams, and support for Sonos, Apple CarPlay and Android Auto, Apple TV and Android TV, and Amazon's Fire TV.

The company has gotten into original programming, launched a podcast network featuring some of the biggest hip-hop personalities around, and struck a deal with Dubset to stream DJ sets and remixes on its platform. And most notably, Sprint paid $200 million for a third of Tidal,...

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