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Merlin strikes strategic partnership with free no pay music streaming app TREBEL




Are you familiar with streaming app TREBEL? It serves our populations who can't or don't want to pay the Spotifys of the world for streaming.


Merlin, the global digital rights agency for the world’s independent label sector, has struck a deal with TREBEL, a free, licensed, music streaming app. The service, which offers on-demand and offline play at no cost to its users, sponsored by brand advertisers, recently filed for an IPO in the United States.


Other partners listed on the company’s website include EMPIRE, DashGo, The Orchard, and Cinq Music Group. The app has grown to be one of the most downloaded music apps in Mexico and the company has additional plans to expand throughout South America this year, including a launch in Brazil early next year.


Corey Jones, Co-Founder and Head of Music at TREBEL, said: As we look toward the next ten years, where global smartphone growth is expected to outpace adoption of paid media models, we want to be the pure-play music provider of choice for billions of under-monetized mobile users for whom music is a necessity.

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