Round Hill buys catalogs, but still invests in new artists

According to Round Hill CEO Josh Gruss, the driving force behind Round Hill’s ability to snaffle market share for contemporary US radio hits lies in investing in new music. “We’re grabbing a lot of market share on radio, really punching above our weight. That’s what a real publisher does; if you’re just a check-book publisher, you’re just buying catalogs – you’re not relevant in the current radio charts.”

Source: As Round Hill’s market share of US hits climbs, company tells music biz: Don’t call us a check-book publisher

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