US startup Eyecon is keen to get more music artists working on content for its Taglists by Eye-C iOS and Android app. Pitched as a “more convenient and enjoyable way to find, share and play media”, it involves users tapping on channels to watch videos and listen to music. Now the company has a new Artists’ Tool to make it easier for artists to create those channels, pulling in their content from Facebook, SoundCloud, YouTube and other services. “We’ve created a way for people to build out playlists and yet it doesn’t circumvent the artist’s ownership of material or hinder them from gaining commercial ownership,” says founder Ari Birger. “Our goal is to transform the media consumption experience – by taking the best of both the streaming and download models – in a way that’s just as affordable, accessible and personalised for users.”

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