Your copyrights and royalties are secure in China. This is the current situation about the music industry in China. Copyright infringement and piracy are a thing of the past, unfortunately people are still misguided when sources like Wiki still contain old information that was only relevant a decade ago. Times have changed my friends.Read More
Tencent is currently the biggest market player in the Chinese digital music landscape with a market share of over 70%. It currently has over 600 million active users with their premium users increasing day by day. To add to their domestic portfolio they have a significant presence outside China as well with a 7.5% stake in the streaming giant Spotify making it one of the biggest stakeholders of Spotify.Read More
Breaking ground in China has not been easy until now. Through Musicinfo you can make your presence known. We post your content to the top social media channels in China where, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat are banned.Read More
When we were at the Frankfurt Musikmesse 2018 in April, we got the chance to talk to many talented and exciting musicians there. One recurring theme in our discussions was that the music business has a somewhat negative connotation in the eyes of many artists. The notion that companies want to cheat musicians out of their money runs deep, making artists cautious to pay for any new services music companies might offer them.Read More
How Finland founded a digital music distribution company such as Musicinfo.Read More
This year the annual Frankfurt’s Musikmesse was held between the 11 th and the 14 th of April, 2018. In the words of the organiser, the “Musikmesse brings together companies with retailers, professionals from the musical-instrument sector and musicians from all over the world.” So, this definitely seemed like the place to be for a music start-up company like Musicinfo.Read More
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