Apparently, this new-fangled cloud music thing brings some licensing complications. Who’d have thought it? RightsFlow is hoping to capitalise though, with new features in its licensing and royalty service designed for the new breed of cloud music services. Its Cloud Support Services aim to make it easier for labels to manage reporting and payment obligations for Apple’s iCloud and other services. “As music fans are given new ways to access and experience their music wirelessly across multiple devices, new royalty streams are created for songwriters and publishers,” says president and CEO Patrick Sullivan. “This creates additional responsibilities for those involved in the sale and distribution of the content, in this case recording artists, record labels, and distributors.” Source: RightsFlow

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