With the ongoing public health crisis, companies are looking for ways to help their users and communities. right now, Engadget report Many influential music streaming platforms are working together to help musicians trapped at home due to coronavirus. According to reports, Amazon Music, Facebook, Pandora, SiriusXM, Spotify, Tidal and YouTube Music have all united to MusiCares' COVID-19 Relief Fund. It has not been announced how much they will donate, but MusiCares has raised almost $ 2 million, and the program just started last week.

The purpose of the fund is to help staff in the music industry save money, such as rents or mortgages, because it is difficult for all music professionals to find work in an ongoing pandemic. Qualified music professionals include artists, producers, sound technicians, etc. You can your eligibility to apply for the fund and send proof of work that has been cancelled due to a pandemic or public health security measures.

In addition, SoundCloud has partnered with video broadcast platform Twitch, so some of its creators (creators of SoundCloud Pro, SoundCloud Premier and SoundCloud) can get memberships, and Start making money Taken from their online performance on Twitch.

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