Sony Music is re-evaluating its approach to streaming because of Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift’s decision to pull her music from Spotify — in large part because of its ad-supported free service — has gotten the attention of another entertainment giant. As reported by The Wall Street Journal, Sony Music chief financial officer Kevin Kelleher said the world’s second-largest music company is re-evaluating its approach to streaming services like Spotify.

“Actually, a lot of conversation has taken place over the last week in the light of that,” Kevin Kelleher said regarding Swift’s disappearance from Spotify. “What it all really comes down to is how much value are the music company and the artist getting from the different consumption methods.” Of course, that doesn’t mean that the massive amount of music distributed by…

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