Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have finalized a $20 million, equivalent to R$96 million contract they signed with Spotify to produce a streaming project.
According to the Guardian newspaper, the termination of Harry and Megan’s contract with Spotify took place by mutual agreement. “Spotify and Archewell Audio have mutually agreed to part ways and we’re proud of the series we’ve made together,” the statement said.
Also in the statement, the platform and the couple said they were “proud of the series we made together.” The only podcast to be on the air was Archewell, which launched in December 2020. Archewell was one of the first and most significant business ventures the couple signed on to after leaving the UK royal family and moving to the US, in 2020.
Creative project with famous guests. At the time, Harry stated that the podcast will bring new perspectives and voices that people may not have heard before. In the 12 episodes aired, Meghan spoke with guests like Mariah Carey and Serena Williams. Award winning podcast. In December, Archewell won Best Podcast in the People’s Choice Award. (fullbrass)
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