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Big Tech Companies Challenge Spotify

Big Tech Companies Challenge Spotify | Industry News | Scoop.it
By Eliot Van Buskirk of Evolver.fm. It’s no simple matter to make music fans happy enough to pay $10 per month, even for unlimited access to most of the music in the world, while also paying royalties to record labels, music publishers, and artists.

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Pandora Shares How Much It Pays Artists - SocialTimes

Pandora Shares How Much It Pays Artists - SocialTimes | Industry News | Scoop.it
Pandora has revealed how much certain top artists are paid in royalties for licensing their music to the internet radio service.

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Thom Yorke, Spotify and Pandora, and how music royalties work | Digital Trends

Thom Yorke, Spotify and Pandora, and how music royalties work | Digital Trends | Industry News | Scoop.it

Internet music services claim they're being killed by royalties; artists claim they're barely seeing any royalties at all. How do music royalties work, and who's right?


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More than 50,000 musicians have money waiting unclaimed

More than 50,000 musicians have money waiting unclaimed | Industry News | Scoop.it

This post was NOT written by a Nigerian prince.SoundExchange, a nonprofit group that collects digital music royalties on behalf of artists, on Wednesday said that around 50,000 musicians have...


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EU court decision heralds multi-country European music licenses - MSN Money

EU court decision heralds multi-country European music licenses - MSN Money | Industry News | Scoop.it
EU court decision heralds multi-country European music licenses MSN Money BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Europe's music royalties societies must now allow artists to sign up to a society of their choice and make multi-country licenses available to the likes...

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