Nashville, TN (PRWEB) April 18, 2007
Barry Landis, founder of Landis Entertainment & Media Partners (http://www.landisentertainment.com), has joined forces with Secure Path of Los Angeles, CA (http://www.secpath.com), to support the Nashville music industry in the implementation of the evolving DDEX (Digital Data Exchange) and Media Metadata Exchange platforms. DDEX is the emerging platform for data exchange related to digital music transactions and was founded by key players such as Apple, AOL, ASCAP, EMI, Microsoft, SONY BMG, Warner Music and other industry giants.
"With the growth of online music sales, it has become essential for the industry to work together to exchange transactional data based on the common DDEX platform. This will guarantee the accuracy and efficiency of billing and remuneration for everyone in the creative and supply chains. As members of DDEX, it is important for us to have a partner like Barry Landis with his significant entertainment industry connections in Nashville," said Josh C. Kline - Founder, CEO and President of Secure Path.
"We want to continue to offer Nashville labels, publishers, managers and artist/writers access to our ever-expanding list of Silicon Valley and Hollywood clients," says Barry Landis, "Monetizing intellectual property rights, especially those that have been synched to video, is becoming an increasingly independent function that can supported by emerging systems like DDEX and Secure Path's Media Metadata Exchange."
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