YouTube under fire over music licensing impasse in Denmark
Posted on: 3 août 2020, by : Stuart Dredge

Something is kicking off in the state of Denmark, and it’s the latest music licensing controversy around YouTube.
Danish collecting society Koda issued a press release last week titled ‘Google removes all Danish music from YouTube’, although the first paragraph makes it clear that this removal hasn’t happened yet.
The background is negotiations for a new deal between YouTube and collecting societies in Norway, Finland and Denmark, operating jointly through their Polaris licensing hub to replace their existing individual deals. Koda’s expired in April, but the society says it was temporarily extended while the new Nordic deal was being thrashed out.
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Source: Music ally

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