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Music Group skips the iTunes trend for retail replacement with new groundbreaking digital distribution tool.

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With iTunes, it takes about 4 months for an independent company to get listed, that is if they accept you

While the music world waits for a popular computer company to dictate its future, independent music company The Riot Life Group (RLG) has taken digital distribution a leap forward using tools from a new company named LAMbCast LTD, maker of the LAMbCast Content Delivery System (CDS).

LAMbCast CDS is a patent pending PayPal payment based secure digital container system designed to deliver files and burnable formats to consumers. With its open architecture, CDS offers the ability to sell digital content with no start up costs, with immediate product preparation and payments. With additional features such as an HTML badge creator, and a 5 way split payment system, CDS is positioned to become the top choice for digital delivery. The best way to understand CDS is to think of a ZIP file with an embedded payment processor.

Using this technology, RLG is offering their new album titled Revolutions Reloaded. Instead of paying for expensive CD manufacturing and distribution, the 11 song album is delivered as burnable WAV files in a LAMbCase, which is the name of the container format generated by CDS.

"With iTunes, it takes about 4 months for an independent company to get listed, that is if they accept you" says RLG Director and Product Manager Edward Robles, "With this new technology, our products are online within 10 minutes!"

About The Riot Life Group (RLG):
Established in 1997, The Riot Life Group is a multi media entertainment company with subsidiaries specializing in music, publishing, merchandising and film. With the vast worldwide expansion of the Internet, RLG continues its innovation of delivering top quality entertainment with new and emerging industry leading technologies. RLG's properties have expanded into the fields of the music recording industry, book publishing, clothing, video games and toy merchandising, with an emerging presence in film and animation.

About The LAMbCast Content Delivery System (CDS):
Established in 2007, LAMbCast LTD is a new company offering patent pending technologies through innovative software development. With the Content Delivery System, LAMbCast LTD breaks the dimension between retail and Internet offerings. With its upcoming sponsored powered version of CDS, LAMbCast LTD will introduce a unique way for content owners to capture revenue from the $286 billion dollar advertising industry.


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