How would user-centric payouts affect the music-streaming world?
Posted on: 2 mars 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

‘User-centric’ licensing is where the royalties from a streaming subscription only go to the artists who that subscriber listens to, rather than into a bigger pool split by overall share of all the streams on the platform.
There have been calls for streaming services like Spotify and Apple Music to switch to user-centric systems, partly because it might be a good thing for smaller artists and labels, and (recently) because it might help them to tackle stream-fraud.
But what is really the difference between the existing and user-centric models? A panel at the by:Larm conference in Oslo today explored the topic.
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