WiMP: 'Nobody in music streaming is making money at the moment'

RHIAN JONES

Scandinavian company WiMP describes itself as the “delicatessen shop” of streaming services.

Amongst major players like Spotify (available in 55 countries) and Deezer (available in 182 countries), WiMP is relatively small, only operating in Norway, Denmark, Sweden, Germany and Poland.

Despite its limited availability, it is one of the ten biggest streaming services globally. Helped in part by the fact that in the few markets it does operate, streaming is king.

Last year, IFPI Sweden reported that streaming income ...

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