BMG responds to artist streaming revolt in Germany: ‘It is time for record companies to change.’

A group of managers and lawyers representing some of Germany’s biggest artists have written a joint letter to the leaders of the four largest music rights companies in the market – Universal, Sony, Warner and BMG. The artist reps are demanding “more money from the booming business [created by] music streaming services such as Spotify and Apple Music”.

Source: BMG responds to artist streaming revolt in Germany: ‘It is time for record companies to change.’

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