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Mixcloud launches a revenue generating streaming service

Mixcloud launches a revenue generating streaming service
DJs across the world have found themselves with no venues to perform in, and concerts from home are the only options. Twitch, YouTube and other revenue generating streaming services have been seized on for music, but now Mixcloud have accelerated the  creation of their new system.
Mixcloud Live is only in beta really, but is now available. Here’s bossman Nico Perez: “We hope that Mixcloud Live brings a little more fun – and maybe some dancing – into your home… Particularly at this time when the world is socially distant, and we all need to feel a bit closer. In addition, we are very focused on helping creators generate more income directly from their fans via their live streams.”
Cameras are not compulsory.

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