Wednesday, 30 October 2013

YANGAROO Inks Brazilian Partnership Deal For Video & Music Distribution

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Just a week after announcing its deal with the new American music television network, REVOLT, YANGAROO has announced another deal; this time with Brazilian music entrepreneur Göran Andersson.

Though the specific terms of the agreement have not been disclosed, Mr. Andersson will essentially be working to bring YANGAROO’s Digital Media Distribution System (DMDS) to the Brazilian music industry, where content is currently transferred to radio stations by CD and to television networks by tape.

So, just who is Göran Andersson?

He and his company, Universi Brazil, may not have the same name recognition on this side of the ocean as P. Diddy and REVOLT, but his background is quite impressive.

Mr. Andersson is a global music business entrepreneur with offices around the world, and has developed a successful career spanning over three decades working with major record labels and broadcasters. YANGAROO will be utilizing his extensive knowledge and industry relationships to bring the benefits of its cloud-based DMDS technology to the Brazilian music industry.

According to Mr. Andersson’s LinkedIn profile, he has sat on the Board of Trustees for The ARChive of Contemporary Music for the past 27 years, an organization that, interestingly enough, has David Bowie, Keith Richards and Martin Scorsese on its Board of Advisors.

With Brazil set to host the World Cup in 2014 and the Summer Olympics in 2015, the country will certainly be garnering worldwide attention over the next couple of years. DMDS has an opportunity to potentially provide North American media outlets the ability to distribute audio and video content to the Brazilian market, the world’s fifth largest country with a population of nearly 200 million.

To view the news release, please click here………