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MediaNet Tops 100 New Customers For Digital Delivery Of Premium Content April 21, 2010

Posted by David W. King in digital distribution, Digital Entertainment, Digital Formats, Digital Music, Digital Music News.
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MediaNet, the industry leading business-to-business provider of premium digital media content, announced that more than 100 new customers have signed on to provide digital music content from the advanced MN Open platform. MediaNet debuted a new set of products including the MN Open API and a suite of Web Components for the delivery of premium digital music content six months ago.

Alan McGlade, CEO of MediaNet, commented: “Adding one hundred new customers in six months clearly demonstrates the interest web publishers and application developers have in integrating premium media into their product offerings for consumers. Recently we added a fully automated sign-up path on our web site and as a result, the rate of new customer sign-ups has accelerated further.”

For a complete list of MediaNet’s new customers, go to: http://www.mndigital.com/about-us/customers.html. MediaNet’s customers range from global brands to niche web publishers and application developers in various sectors including major news providers, social media platforms, casual video games publishers and direct payment companies.

McGlade added: “MediaNet’s rapid success has been based on providing a low barrier to entry and reducing friction so that a website or application of any size and scale can easily provide premium digital content to their users. Our customers can focus on their users while MediaNet handles licensing, reporting and royalty payments, along with content ingestion, management and delivery through the advanced MN Open platform.”

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