- 12 September 2019
- by Althea Legaspi
Deezer, a Paris, France-based music streaming service, has launched a new initiative to illustrate how it hopes to pay artists in the near future. The company asserts its “user-centric payment system” (Ucps) “would make the industry fairer for artists all over the world,” according to a statement.
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To inform users about the new approach it hopes to roll out, Deezer has created a new website, which details how user-centric royalties are distributed differently than the widely-used market-share based way. Essentially, the Ucps approach would make payments based on what users
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