Roundtable on Music Streaming

Streaming services have completely transformed the way we listen to music – and pay for it. For artists, the work and income structures have thus significantly changed in recent years. Yet it is my no means certain that many clicks lead to a decent income. Aside from few superstars, there are 99 percent of whom are not even paid comparably to the German minimum wage by streaming platforms.

Together with Alexis Georgoulis (MEP, GUE/NGL) I will host the ECSA Creators’ Roundtable on Music Streaming next week. With a number of exciting guests, we will discuss how music streaming works today, how revenues are distributed in the digital value chain – and what alternatives might look like.

ECSA Creators’s Roundtable on Music Streaming

Online, on Tuesday, December 1, 2020, 1 pm – 2.45 pm


German Coalition Contract: What’s in it for Culture?

Better social security for artists, strong and divers cultural and creative sectors, an international programme to support freedom of expression, and a Green minister for culture – the new German government’s cultural policy will bear the Greens’ signature. Yesterday, the new German government of Social Democrats (SPD), The Greens and the Liberal Party (FDP) presented…

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