Radio & Television

Yangaroo deal takes its digital music service to Brazil

TORONTO - Digital media management company Yangaroo said Wednesday that it has finalized a three year agreement with Brazil-based music industry entrepreneur Goran Andersson for digital delivery of broadcast audio and music video. The agreement will see Yangaroo provide its digital media distribution system (DMDS) to Andersson's company, Universi Brazil, which works with leading major and independent record labels, and has strong ties with the major radio and television broadcasters in the country.  Yangaroo's DMDS music video delivery has become the standard in North America delivering the majority of HD videos to major broadcasters including MTV/VH1, REVOLT, BET, Fuse, Music Choice,...

Our industry and COVID-19

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