In this complicated period, Sacem and Twitch have decided to join forces to support the music sector.
Eventually, ZeratoR was heard. It must be said that the famous streamer is not the only one to have expressed his incomprehension vis-à-vis the recent measures taken by Twitch concerning the management of music during lives.
An important agreement for Twitch and Sacem.
Today, the live streaming platform owned by Amazon has just announced an agreement with Sacem to remunerate the authors, composers and publishers who are members of Sacem when their music is shared or broadcast live. If this announcement should relieve the streamers, it will especially do a lot of good to the artists in this period when the concerts are canceled and the tours stopped.
Twitch offers new shared music experiences. Artists can interact with their fans through FAQs, video games, production classes and more. This agreement between Twitch and Sacem should mark a turning point in the way music is brought to life live.
Jean-Noël Tronc, CEO of Sacem, declares: “Within the Sacem community, we have seen that artists are turning more and more to Twitch to increase their presence and meet their fans. This partnership with a dynamic and innovative player like Twitch demonstrates Sacem's ability to constantly adapt to new ways of producing and consuming music. We look forward to promoting the works of our authors, composers and publishers, and expanding our support for creators, wherever their music is shared. “
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