Music Ally China launches this month
Posted on: 24 juin 2019, by : Stuart Dredge

Music Ally has been writing about the digital-music market in China for more than a decade, tracing its development from an almost-entirely unlicensed territory through to today, when China is the seventh biggest recorded-music market in the world, with hundreds of millions of people using streaming services from companies like Tencent Music and NetEase.
In recent years, our coverage has ranged from conference keynotes by Tencent’s Andy Ng and NetEase’s Mathew Daniel; to our analysis of Tencent Music’s business as the company went public; via expert insights from Outdustry and the IFPI on China’s growth; western independent label Beggars Group explaining how it built a thriving business there; the emergence of Bytedance (and TikTok) as a social-app giant; and China’s new-found status as the biggest single market for smart-speaker sales, to cite just a few examples.
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