The latest startup looking to innovate around publishing and digital is US firm Crunch Digital. Its new PDX service – standing for Publisher Data Exchange – aims to help publishers make their catalogue information available to digital music services to help them report song usage and issue statements. “The impetus is there is a lack of best practice collection methods in the marketplace for publishers working with digital services,” says CEO Keith Bernstein. “That lack of accurate collection processes has meant less money going into pockets of publishers at a time when they should be collecting everything. They all talk about piracy hurting sales. I say it’s not just about piracy. You can’t even collect money from the people that you licensed.” Source: Billboard

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