IMMF outlines requirements for 'fair and transparent' digital market

RHIAN JONES

The International Music Managers Forum (IMMF) has outlined a number of measures it believes should ensure fairness and transparency in the digital music market.

Giving a voice to “international music managers, artist and creators,” the organisation outlined a number of rules it believes stakeholders should adhere to.

Its comments add to the debate recently ignited by the fight between YouTube and independent labels over licensing terms for its upcoming streaming service.

The IMMF has refused to support any services that ...

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