Songwriters and Music Publishers to Be Paid More by Streaming Services


Music publishers and streaming companies reached an settlement to raise the rates songwriters get paid when their music is performed on Spotify and different digital platforms.

The Nationwide Music Publishers Affiliation—a commerce group representing main music publishers together with Common, Warner and Sony—and the Digital Media Affiliation—which represents Spotify Expertise SA, Apple Inc., Inc., Alphabet Inc.’s YouTube and Sirius XM Holdings Inc.’s Pandora—mentioned Wednesday they’ve hammered out a deal days earlier than they had been set to go to trial in entrance of the Copyright Royalty Board. The board is a three-judge panel that units the mechanical statutory licensing charges that digital-service suppliers pay publishers for on-demand audio streams of their songs.


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