Originally expected to happen in the first half of 2022, after a short delay the launch happened on 16th August.
Germany’s digital music industry is making up for lost time – with considerable room for further growth.
It’s not that long since the recorded music industry was feared to be in terminal decline in terms of its annual revenues.
Ticketing and livestreams firm Dice expanded to Germany this month, having raised $122m of funding last September.
Ticketing firm Dice raised $122m of funding last September, and immediately bought electronic-music livestreaming brand Boiler Room with part of that loot.
German collecting society GEMA held its annual general meeting last week, and used it to launch a manifesto of sorts.
German collecting society GEMA has published its annual report for 2021, revealing that its revenues grew by 8.4% year-on-year to €1.04bn ($1.12bn).
The Covid-19 bounceback is real in Germany, at least for recorded music. Industry body BVMI reported its figures for 2021 yesterday.
Industry body BVMI reported yesterday that more than 165bn audio music streams were measured in Germany last year, up from 138bn in 2020.
RTL announced that in the first half of 2022, RTL+ will be “expanded to a cross-media entertainment service, comprising video, music, podcasts, audio books and e-magazines”.
German industry body BVMI has published figures for recorded music there in the first half of 2021, with revenues up by 12.4% year-on-year as the market continues to evolve.
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