Facebook Just Announced Another Music Licensing Deal

The ICE Services pact covers 290,000+ rights holders in 160 territories

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Facebook followed up on the music-licensing deals it announced last month by reaching an agreement for its first “multi-territorial” music license with online licensing processing and licensing solutions provider ICE Services.

The social network inked similar pacts with Global Music Rights, SESAC’s HFA/Rumblefish, Kobalt Music Publishing and Sony/ATV in January and with Universal Music Group the previous month.

Much like the previous deals, the ICE pact covers online music licensing for more than 290,000 rights holders in 160 territories across Facebook, Messenger, Instagram and Oculus.

ICE was established by membership organization PRS for Music (U.K.



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