Warner Music and Spotify Announce Licensing Deal

4/1/2020 4:55:00 PM

.warnermusic and Spotify announce a “renewed global licensing partnership”

it had renewed licensing deals with"two of our four major label partners," Spotify ticked a third off its list on Wednesday in a joint announcement with Warner Music Group."Warner Music Group and Spotify are pleased to announce a renewed global licensing partnership," the two parties said in a statement."This expanded deal covers countries where Spotify is available today, as well as additional markets."

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They added,"the two companies look forward to collaborating on impactful global initiatives for Warner artists and songwriters, and working together to grow the music industry over the long term."Terms of the deal were not disclosed. Spotify is currently available in 79 markets and is

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