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Music 911.com Launches Music Licensing Service
Posted Jul 13, 2010 Print Version     Page 1of 1

Music 911, Inc. announces the launch of a groundbreaking new service for the music and entertainment industry. Music 911, is a business to business (B2B) service for anyone seeking to find quality licensable music for audio-visual productions, including motion pictures, television programming, commercials, video games, advertising and internet productions. Editors, directors, producers, assistants, supervisors, creative directors and anyone involved in the music arena can find licensable music at pre-determined costs immediately and effortlessly.

Here's how it works: Professionals seeking music for a production or project (aka ‘buyer') posts a music request on Music 911 detailing the creative and business requirements, which includes a pre-determined license fee. The various music companies and representatives (aka "seller") upload MP3s to Music 911 in response to the music requests. The music can then be reviewed by the music seeker. When a musical ‘match' is made the ‘buyer' then contacts the ‘seller' to license the music quickly and directly. The ‘buyer' completes the licensing and payment of fees directly with the ‘seller". Music licensing companies and representatives can become part of the Music 911 service by invitation only. This is done to maintain the efficiency and usefulness of the service to all entertainment professionals looking for quality licensable music.

Music 911 replaces the current, age old methodology of finding appropriate music for creative productions which is extremely time consuming and typically a frustrating experience. The service is efficient, immediate and is quality controlled for finding quality licensable music at pre-determined fees.


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