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Your Local Cafe Is Probably Streaming Music Illegally (Bloomberg)

Artists are losing billions because small businesses use personal Spotify or Apple Music accounts. Artists and record companies lose $2.7 billion in revenue annually because small business owners typically stream music from personal accounts at cafes or barber shops rather than a commercial-use license. Music makers earn a lot more when their tunes are aired in…

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Why Your Business May Be Breaching Copyright Law By Streaming Personal Playlists (Forbes)

The chances are today you’re going to listen to some music. And perhaps you’re listening to someone else’s music stream being played in a café, office, auto workshop or the hairdresser’s? If so, they may be breaking the law by playing music publicly without a commercial licence.   Does this matter? Yes, it does, because…

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Music Loses $2.65 Billion a Year From the Likes of Coffee Shops

Small Businesses Cost The Music Industry A Reported $2.6 Billion In Unpaid Commercial Streaming (Genius)

71 percent of US small businesses don’t know they can’t use personal streaming services for background music. While a subscription to Spotify or Apple Music is a great way for music fans to legally access all the content they love, the same can’t be said for businesses. A store or restaurant of any size isn’t…

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Music Loses $2.65 Billion a Year From the Likes of Coffee Shops (Rolling Stone)

Soundtrack Your Brand and Nielsen study says 83 percent of small businesses are not paying for proper music rights. Piracy is the perhaps the most visible of the music industry’s money woes, but it’s not the only one. The global music industry also loses out on $2.65 billion every year because of small businesses misusing personal music-streaming…

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L’industria discografica perde $2,65 miliardi all’anno per la musica di sottofondo (Rolling Stone Italy)

La pirateria è forse la più visibile tra le disgrazie economiche dell’industria musicale, ma non è l’unica. Secondo uno studio condotto da Nielsen Music e pubblicato da Soundtrack Your Brand, globalmente il settore perde $2,65 miliardi ogni anno a causa di piccoli esercizi commerciali che utilizzano impropriamente account di streaming. Quando un negozio, ristorante o…

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Attention Shoppers: The Background Music You Hear May Not Be Licensed (Wall Street Journal)

Businesses that play music from consumer streaming services like Spotify are underpaying by as much as $2.65 billion, a new study estimates. LOS ANGELES—Luis Ulloa keeps his Spotify account blasting at his Blackbird Pizza Shop, which he opened late last year in a former punk-rock clothing store on Melrose Ave. The neighborhood native pays the…

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Music Industry Is Missing Out on $2.65B a Year From Stores’ Improper Streaming, Says Study (Billboard)

The music industry is missing out on $2.65 billion annually due to businesses using personal music services in their storefronts, according to a Nielsen Music study. The music industry is missing out on $2.65 billion annually due to businesses using personal music services in their storefronts, according to a Nielsen Music study.The report was funded…

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Music rights-holders lose $2.65bn annually because businesses are using personal streaming accounts

Music rights holders lose $2.65bn annually because businesses are using personal streaming accounts (Music Business Worldwide)

Music rights-holders around the world may be losing out on at least $2.65 billion each year. That’s because small businesses like coffee shops or restaurants are playing background music through personal streaming accounts, according to a new study by Nielsen Music, commissioned by Soundtrack Your Brand. Of around 5,000 small business owners interviewed – in…

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What happens if you use commercial facility BGM and music distribution services with your personal account? (Rolling Stone Japan)

The global music industry is said to lose $2.65 billion every year, and one of the causes is said to be illegal use of personal music distribution services by small companies. On the 15th, local time in the United States, the results of a joint investigation by Soundtrack Your Brand, which develops licensing services, and…

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Music Industry Loses $2.65 billion a year over improper licensing by small businesses (The Independent)

Experts behind study have called it a ‘wake up call’ for anyone creating music. The global music industry is losing out on billions each year because of small businesses misusing personal streaming services, according to a new report. The study, conducted by Nielsen Music and published via licensing service Soundtrack Your Brand, found that just 17 per cent of…

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