Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) September 24, 2009
LP33.tv (http://www.lp33.tv), a company devoted to the discovery, enjoyment and sharing of new music, today announced the launch of two new music channels. The Exclusive channel features the company's exclusive music and video content. The addition of this channel, along with a new Alternative channel, brings LP33.tv's genre selection to ten separate channels for music fans looking for a variety of new music choices.
The Exclusive channel features special, unique content created by and for LP33.tv such as a candid interview with Perry Farrell about the future of Lollapalooza, a day with DataRock in an antique synthesizer store and live, acoustic performances by Band of Skulls. The channel was designed to give fans an opportunity to see live festival footage, interviews, artist featurettes, and acoustic performances filmed in LP33.tv's studio, not available anywhere else.
LP33.tv's new Alternative channel caters to fans seeking the best new alternative music, along with specially created content around new artists. Current content includes new music from Pearl Jam, We Were Promised Jetpacks, Yo La Tengo and The Walkmen. In conjunction with the launch, LP33.tv is running a multi-city ticket giveaway for the White Lies tour with the Kings of Leon. Fans can enter the contest at http://www.lp33.tv/whiteliestickets.
The company's innovative A&R approach brings emerging artists to the forefront, while showcasing the newest music from established artists. LP33.tv is a platform for music seekers to discover them and share their discovery with their friends.
LP33.tv is a company devoted to the discovery and sharing of the best new music, while helping new and emerging artists to promote and develop their careers. Headquartered in Santa Monica, California, LP33.tv runs the largest scout network in the world, which allows them to be among the first to connect music fans with what they want to hear. The company is also the music news service of choice for major and influential festivals like Lollapalooza, SXSW and Outside Lands.
The company's video channels can also be accessed via 3rd party sites via a proprietary embeddable media player, on Facebook through the LP33 application, via IPTV services such as Boxee, and through its syndicated TV programs. LP33.tv investors include Tony Smith, (Manager of Genesis and co-Manager or Pink Floyd), and members of the band Genesis. LP33.tv is the trading name of myAWOL LLC of the US, a wholly owned subsidiary of myAWOL.com Ltd of England.
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