Telecom firm Smart took a stand in supporting local music artists as part of a broad movement to develop Cambodia’s entertainment industry during a special event on Thursday, July 7. This latest campaign will set the foundation for raising awareness of the importance of protecting the intellectual property rights of music produced by local artists while increasing the motivation of the Cambodian public to produce more Khmer music. The month of July will certainly be a special month for music lovers. Smart Music is available on both the Apple App Store and Google Play Store for free download. The standard subscription fee of 30 cents per week will be waived by Smart throughout the month of July for new consumers who wish to enjoy listening and being part of this campaign. Photo by Chhim Sreyneang
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