APM Music And Indie911 Partner To Offer Music Opportunities
April 24, 2007 at 11:18 AM (PT)
At the ASCAP "I Create Music" Expo last week, APM MUSIC and INDIE911 announced a new partnership to provide television networks, film studios, trailer houses, video-game companies and other producers with direct access to independent music for licensing opportunities. Now, artists on INDIE911 can submit music for consideration to APM, the EMI/BMG co-venture production music library that supplies material to thousands of TV shows, films, commercials and internet-based media every year. Revenue earned by the licensing of music through the APM MUSIC/INDIE911 partnership will be divided between the two entities. INDIE911 will make payment directly to the artists.
"INDIE911 is not simply an online space for artists to display their work," says CEO/Founder JUSTIN GOLDBERG. "We're finding ways to enhance the artist services we provide -- uniting the best independent music resource with the biggest and best music library in the business allows our artists to generate ongoing revenue from their work while retaining ownership of their music in other areas."