The first “Tidal” streaming service was launched on the morning of September 14, 2017.
A few hours later, the company announced that it had sold its first $1 billion Series B round.
It is now known as the Tidal Group.
Tidal has been acquired by Apple in a deal valued at $970 million.
The deal is one of the largest ever made by a single company.
“The launch of Tidal is a huge milestone in our journey,” Tidal CEO Sean Rad said in a statement.
“I’m so excited to be the first to introduce a streaming music service that brings the music experience from the iPhone to the world’s most powerful platform.”
It will now be a major player in the music industry.
Apple will own a 30% stake in the company.
But the streaming service will not be a standalone app, and will instead run on Apple Music.
It will be available in 30 markets and will include a new streaming music player.
The service will also support streaming of premium audio and video content.
“Our new strategy is to deliver a premium experience that’s designed for consumers, and a curated experience tailored for fans,” Rad said.
“Travis is excited to join the team and help drive this ambitious vision of a new era.”
Tidal will be the most successful streaming service in history, according to a new report by Digital Music News.
The report found that Tidal surpassed the $1 trillion mark in revenue.
Tides is a global network of music and media companies, with more than 200 million subscribers.
It has about 100,000 employees.
The company also has $7.5 billion in cash and more than $30 billion in debt.
The majority of the cash came from a Series B investment led by Goldman Sachs.
Tidestar’s $2 billion Series A funding round came just three months after it launched.
The funding round also came with a $1.5 million Series B contribution from the Walt Disney Co. The money comes as Tidal moves closer to a $2-billion funding round led by the Sequoia Capital Group.
This is the first time Tidal plans to fund a Series A since the company raised a Series C in 2015.
The $1-billion Series B will fund its acquisition of Tides, which will be called Tidal Media.
The sale of Tids will help the company scale up its operations and continue to grow its subscriber base.
Tids’ streaming services will include streaming audio, music, and video.