Amazon Wooing Big Record Companies
| by Siddharth Basrur |
I recently wrote about Amazon’s super-cool cloud-player, and now here’s an update. According to The Wall Street Journal, Amazon is talking to the largest record labels and music companies to enhance what they already have. We’re talking about licensing deals that’ll help provide tons of content to their already existing database of music. Apparently, these meeting taking place are also an attempt to soothe music companies’ egos, as they were supposedly hurt because Amazon launched into this business really quickly, and without too much notice. According to sources, they only informed record labels about their new cloud player services last week, and the launch was held on Tuesday this week. Apparently, a Sony Music Entertainment representative said that the company was ‘disappointed’ in the manner that Amazon launched their service and that they are ‘keeping their legal options open’.
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