Lolo Digital Launches New Distribution Platform For Artists
December 15, 2014 at 7:54 AM (PT)
LOLO DIGITAL has launched its new digital music distribution service which it claims offers "the lowest rates in the industry," charging $2 per track or ringtone, regardless of the total amount of content that an artist may be uploading at any one time.
"LOLO DIGITAL is redefining the way musicians sell their music by offering the cheapest rates in the industry while avoiding yearly subscriptions," said VP U.S. Sales SANDY SPELLER. "This unique pricing structure will allow artists to reap the full benefits of the pieces that they've worked so hard to create, which will ultimately go a long way towards allowing these creative individuals to thrive in the medium that they love so much."
"Users can sell their content to APPLE's ITUNES MUSIC STORE, AMAZON and more," added Chairman EDDIE JOHNSON. "We take pride in getting a user's content into the hands of digital retailers in days, not weeks."
Other digital retailers in the LOLO DIGITAL network include GRACENOTE, BOINC, DIGITAL TUNES, MIX RADIO, GOOGLE PLAY, RHAPSODY, SHAZAM, SPOTIFY and XBOX MUSIC, among others.
According to the company's press release, users get to keep 100% of the rights to their content and collect all revenues without sharing. For more information, visit www.lolodigital.com.