Buz Feed: Qobuz comes back from the dead

Mark Sutherland

French music streaming and download site Qobuz says it’s bouncing back after going into receivership last year – and has set its sights on UK success.

New owner Denis Thébaud, CEO of French digital entertainment company Xandrie, bought Qobuz out of receivership at the end of last year and says that its future will be built on its hi-res options. Qobuz currently has three tiers: Premium (MP3-quality streaming for £9.99-per-month), Hi-Fi (CD-quality streaming for £19.99-per-month) and Sublime (CD-quality streaming and ...

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