India seen as new point of leverage for labels over Spotify
Posted on: 25 juillet 2018, by : Stuart Dredge

Spotify has made it clear that India is one of its key priorities for global expansion, post going public. Yet reports that some of its rightsholder partners are holding off on the necessary licensing agreements won’t go away.
This time it’s the Financial Times claiming that “the large record labels that control the music industry have not yet given Spotify the green light to license their songs in the country” – and citing recent reports of Spotify’s direct licensing deals with some artists as the reason for the delay.
Cue anonymous label-executive source saying India “is something Spotify wants, and we have not granted it yet: there’s a carrot-and-stick approach…
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