These per-stream payouts come from an independent label with a catalog of roughly 1,500 songs (that will remain anonymous). The time period is cumulative from 2012 through February 1st of of this year.
Using the above per-stream data, this is how many streams are required to equal the payout from one iTunes Store song download.
The data was published by The Trichordist. The iTunes calculation is based on a 70-cent payout (roughly 70% of 99-cents). Everything is before the digital distributor takes their cut.
Written while listening to The Weeknd.