Kobalt’s AMRA Inks Its First Licensing Deal: A Global Agreement With Apple Music

Kobalt’s AMRA Inks Its First Licensing Deal: A Global Agreement With Apple Music

By Ingrid Lunden Two months ago, Kobalt — a startup whose technology tracks and collects music royalties from streaming music providers — acquired and revamped and royalty collection agency AMRA to ramp up its music licensing collection activities. Today, it is announcing its first licensing deal: a centralised, landmark licensing agreement with Apple Music. AMRA… Read More

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