Music platform helps musicians get their royalties

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Music royalties have always been a headache for artists, and the age of digital streaming is depriving many musicians of an income. Now a music platform is processing millions of recordings from radio and streaming services to give artists and record labels their fair share of revenue. SoundExchange is a platform that collects and redistributes royalties on behalf of musicians and their record companies. The non-profit startup, designated by the US Library of Congress, ensures featured artists are paid properly. Digital radio and streaming services first send playlists to SoundExchange. The platform then combs through billions of lines of data…

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