NEW YORK (AP) - Tidal, the music and video streaming service co-owned by Jay Z, Rihanna, Madonna and other artists, is inviting more performers to join the company.

NEW YORK (AP) Tidal, the music and video streaming service co-owned by Jay Z, Rihanna, Madonna and other artists, is inviting more performers to join the company.

Senior executive Vania Schlogel said Tuesday that Tidal welcomes more acts. The company introduced its new co-owners at a launch event on Monday.

Tidal's all-star lineup could help it compete with other free and paid streaming services, from Spotify to Pandora.

Schlogel says artists who join Tidal will earn more money than through similar services and have such benefits as being shareholders who have a voice in decisions.

Other co-owners include Beyonce, Daft Punk, Kanye West, Jack White, Alicia Keys, members of Arcade Fire and Jason Aldean.

Schlogel declined to say if the artist-owners invested their own money in Tidal.