Mixcloud launches ‘Premium’ subscription and limits free listening
Posted on: 31 juillet 2019, by : Stuart Dredge

Audio-streaming platform Mixcloud is introducing a new service-wide ‘Premium’ subscription, which will cost $7.99 a month and enable listeners to “access all public shows across the platform without limits”.
Wait, what limits? Ah, that’s the other part of the company’s announcement this morning…
Mixcloud grew as a platform for DJ mixes, podcasts and other radio-style shows, using an ‘interactive radio’ blanket licence to pay royalties to rightsholders for music used in that content. There were rules covering what could and couldn’t be uploaded in mixes, but listening was free.
“In the coming months, this free playback streaming experience on Mixcloud will become slightly more limited. It’s important to us that, as a member of our community, you understand why,” explains a blog post from Mixcloud’s co-founders this morning.
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