Music Industry News Network [05-07-2018]
Edge Music Network Announces Partnership Agreement & Launch Of "Artist Pages"
Edge Music Network (EMN), a music video streaming service delivering on-demand video content through a powerful syndication platform, is proud to announce its partnership with the industry renowned digital distribution service MondoTunes—which is the only company in the world that provides major label music distribution for independent labels and artists worldwide, as well as the launch of EMN’s official “Artist Pages” – designed to deliver a compelling new way for artists and musicians to establish connections with fans, venues and labels. With modern architecture, deep navigation capabilities, advanced search tools and user-friendly features built from the ground up – EMN’s latest advances enable users to interact, book a band, watch live performances, follow artists on their official social media channels and connect through the platform’s chat capability.
"We are thrilled to announce the launch of EMN’s ‘Artist Pages’ in tandem with its partnership with MondoTunes– which allows EMN to offer artists a full 360 distribution model for Mp4 as well as Mp3 music videos,” says CEO Elizabeth Vargas, the industry veteran and powerhouse who founded EMN in 2001. “EMN is on a path to revolutionizing one of the world’s most valuable industries with a goal to unleash the universal and transformative power of music.”
The evolution of EMN includes live streaming for artists as well as capabilities for aspiring pop, hip-hop, rock, alternative, country and all other genres of artists to upload their own music content based on genre and via an exclusive page. The platform’s artists are able to extend their reach to a broader audience—building their brand and reaching new fans while offering lucrative monetization opportunities.
“Our partnership with EMN will provide thousands of artists and labels a new platform to upload their music video content as well as utilize MondoTunes to upload unlimited amounts of songs onto more than 600 retailers across 140 countries,” said MondoTunes founder and CEO, Mershad Javan. “I have had the pleasure to watch EMN grow to one of the largest digital music distribution channels out there and I am thrilled to be partnered with such a dynamic platform.”
On a mission to reinvent the way music is heard, viewed and shared, EMN is backed by industry giants such as John Paul DeJoria, VH1 Classic founder Eric Sherman, Aerosmith lead singer Steven Tyler, The Who lead singer Roger Daltrey, Queen drummer Roger Taylor. The EMN app is available through the Apple ITunes Store and Google Play. For more information, visit www.edgemusic.com.
ABOUT EDGE MUSIC NETWORK: Edge Music Network (EMN) is a music video streaming service providing live and on-demand content through a video syndication platform designed to enable a fair compensation structure ensuring artists get the royalties they deserve and fans get uninterrupted access to the music they love—anytime, anywhere. With powerful search tools for discovering and streaming on demand, users can watch the latest music videos, concerts and events of the highest quality. The EMN mobile app unlocks premium content, allowing users to easily create, manage and share custom playlists and enjoy channels with music videos curated by EMN experts. The Edge Music Network dedicates a percentage of profits to charitable causes that feed the hungry, aid victims of natural disasters and support homeless veterans. Supported by an advisory board of renowned musicians and industry professionals, and in partnership with leading content creators, independent artists and marquee music labels like Universal, Capitol Records, Def Jam and Geffen—Edge Music Network is on a mission to reinvent how music is heard, viewed and shared. Edge Music Network delivers an unlimited, unrestricted and unbelievable audio and video experience—and unites people with the transformative power of music. For more information, visit http://www.edgemusic.com.
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