Streaming growth 'won't benefit everyone' - Clive Gardiner

Murray Stassen

The idea that all will be well with the music industry once streaming models reach scale is a myth.

That’s according to Clive Gardiner, founder of the Peter Gabriel-backed streaming platform WE7, which was acquired by Tesco to form BlinkBox.

Speaking to M-Magazine, Gardner says that although streaming has a bigger status in the music industry, it is harder for individual song writers and artists to make money.

He also suggests that the model is more suited for labels that ...

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