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With the newly developed VIP service offering for just $12.95 per month, we are working to make the VIP services more appealing by offering more music store services starting in the first quarter of 2010. As your digital distribution service provider, here is my question to you:
Q: What are some digital store services that you would like to see your content made available?
Please post your comments and suggestions here. 🙂
RoyaltyShare Pulls Out On Digital Distributon. WaTunes Leads The Way With Revolutionary Music Services
Excerpt from (PaidContent.org)
A little over a year after RoyaltyShare entered the digital-distribution business, the company is exiting the market, paidContent has learned. When it introduced its digital-distribution service last January, RoyaltyShare said it would provide a web-based platform for record labels and niche distributors to interact directly with digital retailers, bypassing the need to go through large digital aggregators such The Orchard (NSDQ: ORCD). The company also said digital distribution would compliment its royalty service, which helps entertainment companies calculate royalties from digital sales.
But spokesman Mike Kelly said the economy had forced the company to de-emphasize the service, which is no longer taking on new customers. Two of RoyaltyShare’s 30 employees have been let go?and other employees are moving to the company’s royalty and sales management operations. While RoyaltyShare provides customers with analytical data on their digital sales, a company like The Orchard also woks with stores to market new music releases. With labels operating with skeleton crews these days, some may see the fuller service option as a better proposition.
Luckily, there is WaTunes! A revolutionary music service that can help RoyaltyShare customers gain access to digital distribution without cost and build a brand with their music.
Exciting times as we’re moving along with WaTunes. Firstly, becoming the world’s first online music distribution service to go entirely free. Then, introducing a new VIP service that caters to artists and labels who wants to expand their music potential and attract more fans. Finally, creating a social music service that caters to the fans where they can instantly follow their favorite artists from the WaTunes catalog and so much more. As always, I love to keep up to date on the latest buzz from the media. I am very excited to see that CNET as written a great article about WaTunes. Special thanks to Matt Rosoff of CNET to provide a well written article about our announcement to balance out the question of ‘Which digital distribution service is the cheapest?’ Today, as you know, we’ve answered that question with huge excitement and creativity.
So, without further delays, please visit the CNET article from the link below and check out what’s new at WaTunes! 🙂