Shutterstock branches out into music with a simple license of $49 per track

By Josh Ong

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Shutterstock today launched Shutterstock Music, a collection of tracks that customers can license for a simple per-song fee. Music represents the first new content type for Shutterstock in nearly eight years. As video footage became one of the fastest growing parts of Shutterstock’s business, the company found its customers increasingly interested in finding music to pair with their clips. Fittingly, Shutterstock’s VP of Product, Wyatt Jenkins (AKA DJ Wyatt Earp), has a background in music as an early partner at Beatport.com before joining …read more

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