'Unfair' streaming subscription accounting 'favours bigger players'


Publishing and digital executives from MCPS, PRS for Music, Hospital Records and INgrooves aired a host of concerns about operating in the digital music market at the Music Publisher Association’s Digital Seminar on Wednesday, April 29.

Taking place in London, the conference featured a number of panel discussions. Subjects raised included the problem with the way streaming services pay out revenues, the complexity of global licensing and locating payments, and the state of negotiating for higher performance royalties in the ...

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