Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Tunecore Partners With Myspace

Third party aggregator TuneCore has been pretty busy these days. After a complete overhaul of their site, an a new partnership with eHealth, the company has now announced another partnership, this time with Myspace. As a result of the deal, TuneCore artists can now share in the ad revenue generated when their songs are streamed on MySpace Music.

This is great for artists like myself who release their music through digital retailers with TuneCore's help, because it opens up another revenue stream. The details, however, I a bit fuzzy at the moment. TuneCore has not fully explained how the revenues will be calculated, and for most artists, save for the biggest on TuneCore, royalties may be a long way down the road.

Alex Katz

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