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    374. How Spotify Saved the Music Industry (But Not Necessarily Musicians)

    374. How Spotify Saved the Music Industry (But Not Necessarily Musicians)

    2019-11-11    60'16''

    主播: Freakonomics Radio

    1543 24

    介紹:
    Daniel Ek, a 23-year-old Swede who grew up on pirated music, made the record labels an offer they couldn't refuse: a legal platform to stream all the world's music. Spotify reversed the labels' fortunes, made Ek rich, and thrilled millions of music fans. But what has it done for all those musicians stuck in the long tail?
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