AIM: Apple Music deal 'does not meet a standard of commercial fairness that we can endorse'

Coral Williamson

Alison Wenham has written to AIM members to encourage them to "make their own decision" about Apple Music - but has criticised the new streaming service for essentially "asking the independent music sector to hedge its risk, to fund their customer acquisition programme and to shoulder the financial burden for their global launch."

In her letter, the CEO said: "The speed at which Apple has introduced their plans and its lack of consultation with the independent music sector over deal ...

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