That’s thanks to the search giant partnering with lyric licensing firm LyricFind reports Billboard. The new results will start to roll out widely in the U.S. today, with international support coming later. Through LyricFind didn’t discuss the terms of the deal, LyricFind CEO and cofounder Darryl Ballantyne told Billboard that it will be “a significant revenue stream” for the company and music publishers and songwriters. “It’s all based on usage. Royalties are paid based on the number of times a lyric is viewed. The more it’s viewed, the more publishers get paid.”MG
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