This Company Says It Can Help Musicians Find the Money the Web Owes Them

It’s hard to make any money at all on the web. But if you do make money, we can help you make sure you get your hands on it.

That’s the pitch from Stem, a startup that promises to help content-makers collect money they’re owed when their songs and videos are played online.

The Los Angeles-based company, which started last year, has raised $4.5 million in a round led by Upfront Ventures, along with backing from angels including Mark Cuban, Vayner Capital and Justin Bieber manager Scooter Braun.

Source: Re/code

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