Streaming services get on wrong side of distributor

News: 22nd November 2011 by Louise Dodgson under

UK distributor STHoldings is not happy with streaming services and as such has taken the decision to remove catalogues from over 200 record labels they represent from the likes of Spotify, Rdio, Napster and Simfy. The dispute has arisen over what STHoldings describe as the 'poor revenues and the detrimental effect on sales'. Apparently all labels distributed by them were given the option whether they would like to continue supplying music to the streaming services and only 4 record labels decided to stick with Spotify. Full details can be found below...

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