China’s NetEase Cloud Music, with over 800m users, gains rights to use 1.3m Warner Chappell songs

Deal comes as Tencent exclusivity deals are said to be expected to expire over next two years
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Tencent wins Jay Chou copyright lawsuit against NetEase – report

The music streaming wars in China are getting hotter. NetEase Cloud Music (NCM) has reportedly just lost a copyright lawsuit against rival Tencent Music Entertainment (TME) in the region. According to reports from the likes of Caixin Global and other n… Continue Reading

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Following $43 Million in Losses in 2018, NetEase Cloud Music Partners with Japan’s Nippon Columbia

NetEase Cloud Music has been on the move as of late. Late last year, and ahead of Tencent Music’s fabled IPO launch, the Chinese streaming music giant had closed an important financing round. NetEase Cloud Music raised $600 million in funding.  Strateg… Continue Reading

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NetEase Cloud Music Raises $600M As Users Jump 200M In 12 Months To 600M

NetEase Cloud Music has completed a $600 million funding round to take on Spotify partner Tencent Music in China and Asia’s exploding streaming music market. NetEase boasts 600 million registered users, adding 200 million over the last twelve months. Launched in April 2013, NetEase Cloud Music has one of China’s… Continue Reading

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