Apple Wanted to Revolutionize the Way Streaming Pays. Here’s Why It Wasn’t Allowed

Testifying on behalf of Apple on March 8th, 2017, Dale Cendali of legal giant Kirkland & Ellis told the CRB that “the current rate structure is overly complicated and lacks transparency because royalties depend on the amount of revenue a service generates … and because of that, songwriters may receive different compensation even though it is the same song being streamed.”

Source: Apple Wanted to Revolutionize the Way Streaming Pays. Here’s Why It Wasn’t Allowed

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