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Apple strikes a deal with Warner Music Group

Roshan Dwivedi Published on : 08 September 2017
Apple Music

Apple has partnered with Warner Music Group resulting in Apple Music paying a smaller percentage of revenue than earlier when it was launched in 2015.

With the rise in on-demand music, music rights holders are ok with receiving lower rates as long as services like Apple Music continue to sign up subscribers.

Currently Apple pays record labels 58% of its sales and plans to drop this rate to 55% this year.
Further reductions could be witnessed if subscriptions continue to grow at a rapid pace.

Apple also plans to strike a similar deal with Sony Music Entertainment.

Written by: Roshan Dwivedi

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