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Supplying music to stores and eateries and the like could be a highly lucrative activity for the recorded-music industry and for artists.


  • Some newer music-for-business providers are pushing more aggressively into the space, but there's a need to persuade potential clients that it is in their interests both to use correctly licensed services and to embrace more tailored music for their operations.

Features and Benefits

  • Details the current moves by leading services to boost the legal background music market.
  • Assesses the leading services and explains their service offerings.

Key questions answered

  • Which of the leading music streaming services have background music operations?
  • What should the current crop of background music service do to expand take-up of their services?

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  • Summary
  • Major names moving into background music
  • Apple set to enter the background music sector
  • Persuading business users to pay


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