Audiam

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TuneCore founders Jeff Price and Peter Wells, continuing their mission to ensure all artists get paid for the use of their music, have unveiled a beta version of their new company, Audiam, an online service that gets money for artists when their music is used on YouTube.

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Audiam Expands Royalty Collection Services To Canada

Audiam Expands Royalty Collection Services To Canada

Creates first of its kind North American mechanical royalty pipeline The expanded territory and service provides music publishers with faster payments, accurate distributions, increased transparency and a 5% administration fee; one of the lowest in the world Audiam...

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Audiam Launches Spotify Mechanical Royalty Calculator

Audiam Launches Spotify Mechanical Royalty Calculator

Publishers And Rights Holders Can Now See Specific Spotify U.S. Per Stream Mechanical Royalty Rates For Compositions See Rates Back to 2014 And Try The Calculator Audiam, the New York-based digital rights management company acquired in 2016 by Canadian performing...

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SOCAN Acquires Audiam on Heels of MediaNet Purchase

SOCAN Acquires Audiam on Heels of MediaNet Purchase

Deal Completes First-Ever Global Licensing and Royalty Payment Solution for Spotify, YouTube, Apple music and Other Digital Services Gets Songwriters, Composers and Music Publishers Accurately Paid While Removing Liability, Infringement and Data Issues for Streaming...

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Jeff Price, CEO of Audiam

Jeff Price, CEO of Audiam

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