Twitch is shelling out the big bucks for their top streaming personalities, but only a small fraction of the pie is reaching the platform's top musicians.
While the agreement deescalates some of the tension between the streaming platform and the music industry, streamers still feel there's a long way to go.
Sources say that Twitch's woes over their lack of proper music licensing may soon be over.
Select gamers will have the chance to perform for over 250 people.
The fest promises a brand new musical performance and original comedic sketches from the Grammy-nominated artist.
Disclosure's debut NFT release was streamed live on Twitch via a music production session.
The bass music demigods will be livestreaming a house DJ set tonight.
Senator Thom Tillis is sponsoring the effort to make copyright infringement a felony offense for streamers.
The Canadian label clarified an announcement that seemingly offered Twitch users a way to pay their way into Affiliate status on the platform.
The company is also encouraging creators to review and delete any of their footage that contains unlicensed audio.
The streaming platform says negotiations with major labels over music copyright and usage are still underway.
The RIAA, National Music Publishers Association, the Recording Academy, and more are not satisfied with Twitch's efforts to avoid copyright infringement claims.
The first stream will take place Friday, October 23rd.
Twitch is the new go-to for music IDs.
Soundstripe allows users to play music from its library during their Twitch streams without the burden of copyright issues.
Twitch, which is owned by Amazon, has been issuing DMCA takedown notices in lieu of licensing music.
The Twitch community has been mass deleting recorded clips after many users received takedown notices.
Whip out the corsages and boutonnières because it's prom night!
The exclusive premiere, hosted over Zoom, brought together ZHU's top fans in the virtual space.
Another major player has entered the virtual music streaming space.
The 7-tracker arrived today seemingly out of the blue.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, Facebook has taken notice of the flourishing music livestreaming landscape.
Rock out with Zedd from the comfort of your own home.