Spotify: For the Music or The Money?

A short radio package by Jason Kundi exploring the fairness of music streaming on the musician rather than the consumer.

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In order from left to right: Casey Cramp and Charles Bellicoso

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Over a billion songs are streamed every day on the internet. Despite this, music streaming sites offer as little as 0.01p to an artist for one stream. The royalty system also nulls payment completely if the whole song is not played all the way through. Jason Kundi reports.



IN Words: “Spotify is a big…….”

OUT Words: “………..for the digital age”

DUR: 3.30



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