Opinion | Streaming services aren’t equitably sharing profits with music artists. Bill C-10 could help change this

Artists who were once paid 25 cents per song on vinyl or CD are now paid less than 10 cents per thousand plays on such streaming sites as YouTube Music and Spotify — sites many consumers currently enjoy. As a result, many artists are struggling to rise above the poverty line, much less sustain a career or a family.

Source: Opinion | Streaming services aren’t equitably sharing profits with music artists. Bill C-10 could help change this

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