Taylor Swift Removes Catalogue from Chinese Streaming Services
Taylor Swift’s best-selling album 1989 has notoriously been absent from all free streaming service options in the U.S. This was followed up by the decision to remove Swift’s entire catalog from free platforms. Her team has been carrying this out on a global level. […] China Music Business points out that the average Chinese digital music consumer expects music to be free. They expect it even more than the young generation of torrenters in the western world. Less than one percent of digital music consumers in China pay for streaming music. Most Chinese services aren’t currently able to make different music available to free and paying users. – Nina Ulloa,Digital Music News
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