Google-Play Music Submissions To Be Delayed In Year 2020
Kuneo Koei Company Announces Delayed/Limited Distribution Of Song-Submissions Beginning January 1st, 2020
The decision arrives on the heels of drastic decisions the company has been tasked to adhere, with primary citations spanning from items like the FTC/COPPA regulatory fiasco brought upon YouTube.
"Google Play and YouTube audio submissions are highly intertwined in nearly every distribution mechanism we utilize," a Kuneo Koei team-member explained, "So, without further energy wasted on debates, we need to follow suit and limit the entire distribution cycle to Google based products, in particular, those that automate or back end integrate with YouTube directly."
"The decision itself isn't tough. Not knowing how much visibility we shave from our brand, channel, and company operations is just something we'll have to experience and adjust with as time passes."
"All things being up in the air simultaneously, we're choosing the people first. The people who choose to listen to us and maintain with us over the periods and decades of changes to arrive."
Audience members are encouraged to keep up with Kuneo Koei company updates via their primary brand-website:
About Kuneo Koei:
KUNEO KOEI is a master sound-recording rights-controller and Music-entertainment Licensor, issuing a variety of titles which includes Songs ranging many genres and styles such as Classical, Electro, Pop/Rock, and 8/16-Bit sequences (a.k.a. Chiptunes). – All Sound-Recordings are available wherever Audio is sold and are ready for placement in Film, Television, Video-Games and similar productions.