SyncFloor Partners with Captivate to Simplify Music Licensing for Podcast Creators

SyncFloor, the search and discovery site for music licensing and maker of SongsForPodcasters, has teamed up with podcast hosting platform Captivate, to simplify music licensing for growth-oriented podcasters. Continue reading SyncFloor Partners with Captivate to Simplify Music Licensing for Podcast Creators

Music Licensing Platform SyncFloor Attracts $200K Investment from Betaworks Audiocamp

SyncFloor, the commercial music marketplace powered by natural language search, has been accepted as part of Betaworks Audiocamp program. In addition to extensive mentoring and support, SyncFloor will receive $200K in funding to jumpstart its next business initiatives.

“This marks the next step in our push to change how sync deals are made and how production professionals and music supervisors find music,” says Cestjon McFarland, veteran IP attorney and co-founder of SyncFloor. The investment will help SyncFloor implement several key integrations with industry partners. Continue reading Music Licensing Platform SyncFloor Attracts $200K Investment from Betaworks Audiocamp

Songtradr Expands Footprint into UK with Milamber Ventures PLC Partnership

 Songtradr announced today a long-term partnership with Milamber Ventures PLC to establish essential business development and territorial expansion of Songtradr in the UK. This partnership with Milamber Ventures PLC expands Songtradr’s presence to a key market where commercial music licensing is a highly fragmented industry for European based brands, filmmakers and advertising agencies. The focus will be on sales, marketing and content acquisition.

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SoundExchange Acquires Canadian Musical Reproduction Rights Agency

SoundExchange today announced that it has acquired the Canadian Musical Reproduction Rights Agency Ltd. (CMRRA), a music licensing collective representing the vast majority of songs recorded, sold and broadcast in Canada on behalf of music publishers. The move is a dramatic development for the global music industry and represents SoundExchange’s first expansion into the collective management of music publishing rights.

This transaction will allow the expanded organization to service an enormous cross section of Anglo-American sound recordings and music publishing repertoire. The acquisition will provide SoundExchange a unique opportunity to offer a broad and comprehensive range of services to rights holders in both sound recordings and music publishing and music users alike across North America.

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