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SoundCloud is free audio streaming social platform that allows users to share, upload, and promote music on blogs, websites, and social networks around the world. Alexander Ljung and Eric Wahlforss launched SoundCloud in 2008. Though headquartered in Berlin, Germany, it has offices in New York City, San Francisco, London, and Sofia, Bulgaria.


Copyright/Licensing Attorney

Before a film hits theaters or a television show airs, attorneys must work out numerous contract stipulations that govern a company’s rights to exploit a creative property. In today’s increasingly connected technological landscape, attorneys face greater challenges in determining and anticipating all possible uses of a copyright license, wading into uncertain waters of social media, free streaming content, and paid on-demand distribution.


Like Napster, Facebook, and so many other upstarts of the digital world, Grooveshark was the brainchild of college students. Sam Tarantino and Josh Greenberg initially launched Grooveshark as a paid service, but the music-streaming site is now free to users and supported by advertising and VIP subscriptions.

Music Networx

The German company was determined to defy the naysayers when it opened in 2006. Told it was impossible to deliver on their promise to find new ways for artists to monetize their music, the company launched the Simfy platform in 2009 and today offers more than 6.2 million tracks online to an audience of 8 million.