Most subscription streaming services like Spotify, Apple Music and Deezer operate a similar business model: a revenue shared based on consumption share model where the service shares its revenues with its music industry business partners each month based on what share of consumption their catalogues accounted for. Chris Cooke from CMU - and author of the book 'Dissecting The Digital Dollar' - provides a speed briefing on how it all works.
Presenter: Chris Cooke, CMU, Founder and Managing director
This talk is a part of Let's Talk Streaming
The economic conditions of streaming continue to arouse debate, and the issues have not become less complex over time. In their presentations, Chris Cooke and Frederik Juul provide insight into some of the primary trends in the field. A panel debate with nuanced perspectives from the industry concludes the seminar, which debates the potential consequences of the presented trends.
The seminar will be in English.
Presented by Chris Cooke (CMU) & Frederik Juul in cooperation with Promus & SPOT+