Playster Signs With WMG, Sony, Orchard To Add Music To Multi-Channel Streaming Package, UMG Is Lone Holdout

Playster-dark-logo[UPDATED] Playster, the so-called  "Netflix of everything" has signed deals with several major music groups to add music to its monthly multi-channel streaming packages which also includes audiobook, games and movies. 



Media streaming service Playster has announced streaming licensing deals with Sony Music Entertainment, Warner Music Group and The Orchard.

UPDATE: MBW is incorrectly reported that a UMG deal is also in place. But a Playster spokesperson tells Hypebot that no deal has been completed with the globe's biggest music group.

The "completely revamped" Playster music section is powered by b2b music provider 7digital.

Playster bills itself as an all-in-one entertainment steaming portal  where unlimited access to music ($9.95), books and audiobooks ($9.95), movies ($3.95) and games ($4.95) via custom iOS and Android apps, as well as through any web browser. A bundled subscription granting access to all media types costs $24.95 per month and yearly subscribers receive a complimentary Combo Box, which includes an Android tablet and headphones.

"Our mission has always been to offer Playster members the absolute best in streaming and thanks to these exciting new partnerships, we're one step closer to creating the ultimate multi-media service," says Playster CEO Philip Keezer.


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