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Apple Thinks Exclusive Content Will Make Their Streaming Service Succeed




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TIDAL’s exclusives don’t seem to be working perfectly.

Madonna’s “TIDAL exclusive” behind-the-scenes video keeps
getting re-uploaded to YouTube. On the other hand, I wasn’t
able to find a non-muted YouTube video of Rihanna’s exclusive
“American Oxygen” video.
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Apple is adopting a similar strategy to TIDAL.

According to Bloomberg, Apple has asked Florence and the
Machine and over a dozen other artists for exclusives. They’ve
also asked Taylor Swift and other artists about partnerships.

Apple’s new streaming service will cost $9.99 a
month for individuals and $14.99 a month for families.


Nina Ulloa covers breaking news, tech, and
more: @nine_u

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