Clear Channel And Suburban Noize Partner On Digital And Broadcast Revenue-Sharing
September 10, 2013 at 7:48 AM (PT)
CCM+E and indie music label SUBURBAN NOIZE RECORDS have signed a digital revenue sharing an agreement.
"Throughout my career I have worked to help break up-and-coming underground artists," said SUBURBAN NOIZE CEO KEVIN ZINGER. "I want to do what I can to develop our artists’ careers and to make their music accessible to their fans around the world, and this agreement with CLEAR CHANNEL helps me do that."
"SUBURBAN NOIZE is dedicated to supporting and promoting its wide range of artists," said CLEAR CHANNEL CEO BOB PITTMAN. "We are proud to partner with them to help their musicians reach fans through broadcast and digital radio. This revenue-sharing model is the future of the music industry and will benefit everyone from artists to labels to fans for years to come."