With the release of the first official Alfred Music release on May 10, the streaming music service’s parent company is taking steps to ensure it doesn’t ever stop.
According to Alfred CEO Michael Gorman, the company is working to ensure the platform’s users don’t become overwhelmed by the sheer volume of music and movies available to them.
“We know that in today’s world, there’s an abundance of music, movies and content available on our platform.
That’s not going to change,” Gorman told Variety.
“We’re focused on providing the music, the movies and the music in a way that makes sense for you.
That means having a set of rules that ensure that no one has an overwhelming experience.”
Gorman, who has been Alfred’s CEO for six years, also indicated the company’s goal is to keep the music-streaming platform’s service, dubbed Alfred Music Unlimited, fresh for a decade or more.
“In the next five to 10 years, there will be a lot more music available on the platform than there are people on the planet.
So we’re going to keep offering a lot of music to the world, and we’ll keep offering music to our users,” Gormann said.”
It’s an investment that’s long term.
It’s a long-term investment.
It doesn’t happen overnight.
It takes years and years of building it.
So, it’s a pretty big investment.”
Alfred Music Unlimited currently features the likes of Adele, Coldplay, Radiohead, Rihanna, and Taylor Swift, among others.
Gorman noted that while the music industry is still in its infancy, he’s optimistic that it will take off and help usher in a new era of innovation and innovation-driven digital entertainment.
“I think we’re in the early days.
It took us a long time to get here,” he said.
“And I think we’ve been ahead of the curve, but it took us long enough to get the right product.
So I think it’s going to take us a while.
It may take us 10 to 20 years.
But I think there’s a chance that it could be here by the time it’s done.”