Published On: Tue, Jun 23rd, 2015

Taylor Swift got the attention she wanted from Apple and it worked


Apple is a consumer company and they have been doing a great job at it. I mean, they just had the greatest revenue earning in the past year with over billions in revenue, but why wouldn’t Taylor Swift not want her music to be put on Apple’s newest steaming service Apple Music? Taylor Swift explained why in her Tumblr post, click here to read.

Well it seems that Apple Music for the first three months of music provided by artists to the public, the artists will not be paid anything, zero. And that ticked off T Swift and a bunch of her fans plus some Indie artists. Ms. Swift denied and protested that her music be avaliable through Apple Music. A few hours go by and one of Apple’s reps, Eddy Cue came to save the day and change all the rules regarding this. He tweeted “#AppleMusic will pay artist for streaming, even during customer’s free trial period”, then in another tweet said this… “We hear you @taylorswift13 and indie artists. Love, Apple”.
Taylor Swift responded in a tweet later (yes, that’s how business and communication gets done now, by Twitter) with this…


Does this change anything now that consumers/artists will now be able to have their voices heard? It is quite remarkable that a mega company like Apple would just in a instance have their policies change and listen.



Source: BBC news


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